Our Westchester summer guide tells you what to see, do, taste, and experience around town all summer long.
Hot summer nights are made for music! Treat yourself to the Westchester County Parks Summer Concert Series. Enjoy great bands at Croton Point Park and Kensico Dam Plaza.
- June 29 – Croton Point Park – High Noon Band: Lynyrd Skynyrd/ Southern Rock Tribute Band
- July 1 – Kensico Dam Plaza – Songs in the Attic: Billy Joel Tribute Band
- July 13 – Croton Point Park – Back to the Garden 1969: Woodstock Tribute Band
- July 20 – Kensico Dam Plaza – The Nerds
Katona Museum of Art, Katonah
Through June 27
This Still/Live Exhibit showcases contemporary artists and how they are reimagining the genre. Local artists are invited to join in by taking part in the Still/Live Challenge. A new theme will be announced weekly. Will you be entering? You could win a free membership to KMA.
Glen Island Harbour Club, New Rochelle
Come out and support the local businesses and individuals of Westchester County. This is your chance to experience all of Westchester’s Best of the Best gathered together for one amazing party thrown by Westchester Magazine.
Walled Garden Amphitheater, Yonkers
Saturday, July 24 at 5 PM
Robert Chausom, a vital member of New York’s musical world for over three decades, leads The Westchester Philharmonic in a spellbinding concert. The masterful performances of this string quartet, playing the music by Dvorak and Haydn, will leave you speechless.
Seed Song Farm, Kingston
Come out and enjoy this one day event with six brass band performances, food fresh from the farm, lots of dancing, and more. End the night around the bonfire and make memories to last a lifetime.
Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, Katonah
July 24 1:30 PM
Choose from theater tickets or bring a blanket to sit on the lawn and enjoy the music of various artists. Pack your own picnic or purchase food from one of the vendors on site.
Arts Westchester, 31 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains
Through August 1
The exhibit features over 250 works of art by 224 artists in the Hudson Valley. All the pieces are demonstrations of how individuals turned to creative outlets in order to help cope and process feelings of helplessness during COVID-19. This exhibit can be viewed in person or online through a virtual tour.
White Plains Performing Arts Center, White Plains
August 28 8 PM
Tony and Grammy Award winning ‘Frankie Vallie’ from Broadway’s Jersey Boys, John Lloyd Young will be live at the White Plains Performing Arts Center. The performance will feature classic hits from the 50s and 60s, enthralling the audience to a blast from the past.