In accordance with the changes in guidance from New York state and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, proof of coronavirus vaccination or negative test is no longer required to attend events at Artpark. Masks are also not required.
Venue staffers noted, “Artpark’s 2022 season will offer an incredible range and diversity of experiences for all ages, including rock, pop, jazz, flamenco, classical, and new music concerts; street theater performances and spectacles; Strawberry Moon Festival and more Indigenous arts programs; Fairy House Festival; modern dance; films; visual arts camps; ‘Free Family Saturdays’ and more. The slate of multidisciplinary artists – musicians, dancers, puppeteers, acrobats, designers, Indigenous storytellers and artisans – will stir the imagination, move the body, and lift the spirit. Their diverse voices place us actively in the global community.”
A current schedule is available at www.artpark.net. Artpark’s full season will be announced soon.
Venue admission policies may evolve if conditions change and will follow recommendations from the CDC and New York state. Any event-specific protocols as a result of any changes or due to artist or promoter requests will be posted on the Artpark website and communicated to patrons. For Artpark venue guide or other frequently asked questions, click here.