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My girlfriend and I drove up to Tarrytown from Queens to see Justin Hayward perform there on August 12. The theater is right in town. Parking was a litle challenging but as it was Sunday we were able to park on Broadway within 2 blocks...More
Saw Joe Jackson concert on our first visit to Tarrytown Music Hall. We loved it. Easy in and out. Sound is great. Good sight lines. Leg room was great. Not sure what others complained about. My wife and I both noted how much leg room...More
We happened upon a crafts fair that was taking place in the Tarrytown Music Hall, a prominent structure on the main street of town. Built toward the end of the 19th century in the Queen Anne style of architecture, it soon attracted big names to...More
The Tarrytown Music Hall is a throwback venue, first built in the late 18th century. A relatively recent renovation has brought back a great deal of its charm, (though I would suggest they focus on the rest rooms next as they are my sole negative).In...More
We've been to several theaters as we travel; this one leaves us questioning other reviews. Legroom is extremely tight - anyone over 5'10" will struggle; get an isle seat so your leg can overhang. The acoustics are poor - we were upstairs and had a...More
Attended benefit concert, a lot of credit to volunteer group running the place. Partially felt like going back in time seeing what appeared to be original decoration. Restrooms could use some updates, but was clean and well maintained.
I go to a lot of music venues, most of all in the NYC metro area. No place feels more like home than the Tarrytown Music Hall. Seems like a perfect size for most acts. Great acoustics, great legroom in the orchestra, friendly staff.
While visiting family in Westchester we stumbled across 2 events at the Tarrytown Music Hall.
First was a local holiday market where high quality local artists and venders could showcase their items for sale. BRILLIANT use of space which gave a place for the community...More
As in most venues, the seats close to the stage on the sides aren't so great. It's a medium-sized venue, so all the other seats in the orchestra are good, as is the front of the balcony. If you want really good seats, stay... More
As in most venues, the seats close to the stage on the sides aren't so great. It's a medium-sized venue, so all the other seats in the orchestra are good, as is the front of the balcony. If you want really good seats, stay in the center of the orchestra within the first 15 rows. Hope this helps.