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Artpark, Western New York’s premier music and theater destination, sits atop 150 acres of picturesque land overlooking the Niagara River Gorge. Located in Historic Lewiston, the State Park features a 2,400-seat Mainstage Theater and seating lawn...more
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I saw Peter Frampton open for Steve Miller Band - I was amazed by the large space and the range of people attending. Lovely views and the sun setting over the river - great place to see a concert - even if you pass on...More
I attended the Culture Club/B52's/Thompson Twins show and it was an absolute nightmare. Imagine an entire venue that is general admission seating with 1000's of people running and pushing when the gates opened. I am sure it's a great venue for small shows but I...More
The concert we attended was terrific. The performers were outstanding. My critique of ArtPark is specific to the concert venue only. We decided to walk to ArtPark from our hotel, which was a wise decision. Parking is available for a fee, but arrive early to...More
Went to the 80's concert B52's Boy George etc. First time there in 30 years! Very little to no shade so on very hot days it can be tough on people. All staff were exceptionally friendly and courteous. Drink prices are high $3.00 US for...More
Just saw Trombone Shorty's Voodoo Threauxdown at Artpark and i have to say it was one of the best music experiences of my life. I wpuld encourage anyone to give it a try. We will be back. Im already looking forward to it. Good job...More
Artpark brings a variety of theatre/concerts/opera/family experiences to Lewiston each year. The Tuesday night outdoor concerts are especially popular and bring in throngs of people from all around. Our favorite is when the Buffalo Philharmonic plays. Last summer's "Broadway pops" show was absolutely great. A...More
Large contemporary art installations designed & places thoughtfully, many times provocative. Park offers outdoor concerts, indoor as well and walks along Niagara River. Difficult to navigate for visitors with ambulatory problems. Fees for concerts, performances & special events.
We have gone to the Tuesday concert for the last 5-6 years - travelling across the border from Toronto as it was a great time. Saw some good bands in a laid back venue. I purchased tickets this year (2018) in advance -- but Artpark...More
We usually go to 2 or 3 events each summer on Tuesday evenings. We have been to see Steve Tyler, Steve Miller/Peter Frampton and Tedeschi Trucks Band and every one was less than $20 a ticket. Can get quite crowded, bu nonetheless, a great atmosphere....More
Response from Richard N | Reviewed this property |
Yes it is a long walk to Artpark. I usually just parked downtown, had a beer and walked the fifteen minutes or so to the park. Yes a long walk -- and very dark at night (limited lighting). The line-up and security pat... More
Yes it is a long walk to Artpark. I usually just parked downtown, had a beer and walked the fifteen minutes or so to the park. Yes a long walk -- and very dark at night (limited lighting). The line-up and security pat down will take another 15 minutes of your life. No water at the gate! no knives
Response from Richard N | Reviewed this property |
General Admin tickets -- the sound will suck and there will be a lot of people trying to get a bit or real estate to sit down. There are two video monitors but not enough to go around. It used to be a lot easier to relax... More
General Admin tickets -- the sound will suck and there will be a lot of people trying to get a bit or real estate to sit down. There are two video monitors but not enough to go around. It used to be a lot easier to relax but everyone is jammed in now
Should I Rent Car? Visiting Falls, Artpark (4 Replies)
Should I rent a car or take taxis? I'm on a 2 week tour of USA. It's my first time in USA. I have two missions for the 2-day Niagara Falls part of the trip - to visit Niagara Falls and to watch Noel Gallagher in concert at Artpark, Lewiston. This is my planned itinerary. 6 Jul 2016 - Morning flight from NYC. Arrival at Buffalo Airport at 11.40am. - Check in to hotel - Visit US side of Niagara Falls - Get a 'Maid of the Mist' boat ride - Attend Noel Gallagher concert at Artpark,...More
May 20, 2016|
I forgot to mention, I would like to do both 'Cave of the Winds' and 'Maid of the Mist'. If it's too tight, then maybe 'Maid of the Mist on Day 1, and 'Cave of the Winds' on Day 2, right before crossing to Canada.
Artpark In Lewiston-Getting There (5 Replies)
I won 4 tickets to Joan Jett's concert at Artpark in Lewiston. I figure I will just book a night Tuesday in Niagara Falls. I won't be driving so how much would a cab from the Rainbow Bridge on the US side to the park be approx? Also would there be cabs waiting after the event? I've never been to Lewiston so I have no idea. I did look and there is a NFTA Transit Bus that goes there from the Rainbow Bridge area. Just not sure how frequent it is nor if it would be safe. As well no idea on the...More
June 10, 2013|
Bit the bullet and booked a night in Niagara. Walked over to the Visitors Center and got my tickets. Now having lunch at the Hard Rock. Forgot my damn camera at home. But that's ok. I will enjoy the natural beauty of Niagara and already talked to a cab driver about how much it will cost etc. He gave me his card and cab number and said to ask for his cab number and he will pick me up by the State Park entrance and take me for a flat rate of $35. He also suggested to hang out and let the...More
Artpark Parking (2 Replies)
Hello all! Going up to Artpark in a few weeks for a Tuesday in the Park concert. Any advice on parking. I understand it is extremely busy and difficult to park, but if you park farther away and walk it, are there any places you'd recommend? Any place have easy access to getting out and back onto the 190 to head home? Any advice, parking or otherwise, would be appreciated!
June 06, 2013|
*bump* I have the same question. Is it difficult to park on a concert night? If yes, is there alternative parking nearby? I don't mind walking 10-15mins after parking.