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Artpark, Lewiston

Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
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3.9/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
Artpark, whose official name is “The Earl W. Brydges Artpark,” is a 150-acre New York State Park along the scenic Niagara River Gorge in the Town of Lewiston, New York that was established by the state in 1974. Since its inception, Artpark has been a unique and renowned venue for the visual and performing arts. The park contains an indoor theater, an outdoor amphitheater, venues for artists and artisans to produce and display their works, various areas used for children’s arts activities, numerous hiking trails and other settings for wildlife recreation. It is an entertainment, educational, recreational and inspirational destination for residents and visitors to Western New York.
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  • Went 2X in Summer of 2016. What a venue . So scenic. And to see world class performers for $12. You can't beat it 
  • My wife and I attended the Ben Folds and yMusic concert in July. It was our first visit to Artpark, and it was simply an ideal date night for us. We paid a little extra for reserved seating. In hindsi...  read more »
  • The artpark is the best concert venue I have been to. The cost of concerts is way cheaper than anywhere else in the area. The food and drink are also reasonable. I have seen several bands here lately ...  read more »
  • Interesting venue for a concert. Saw Barenaked Ladies there. The concert was sold out and there was a lot of people there. The general admission was odd. There was the main viewing area, then there was a few alternative viewing areas where you could watch large monitors to see the show, but not actually see the performers. Audio quality was as good as you would expect for an open air venue, and the monitors were bright enough to see during the day time.
  • I am in love with this place. They also have the best prices on their tickets and book great bands! Slightly Stoopid was amazing!
  • I don't get it. Over 80% of the people who show up cannot even see any of the stage. They happily pay $12 to watch small broken tv screens in overcrowded spaces to watch has been performers. For $12 you can watch TV in my backyard that actually works and I will charge you half for the beer.
  • Grew up hiking here. Now attend concerts and events all the time. Great park!
  • The Dolly Parton show just proves they are wasting the income they're now getting. How dare you put so much into the random "decor" but the screens are still glitching out and all the people on the lawn spent half the time looking at half her head. Whoever is in charge of the operations of the screens needs to be fired, And we need to get someone who will have the balls to say HELLO let's use the funding for bigger screens!
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