The Cohoes Music Hall has been a center for culture, comedy, arts, and entertainment in Cohoes since 1874. Visitors can expect excellent acoustics and a welcoming, personable feel to the four-story historic venue.
An Intimate Performance Venue With a Rich History
"Every seat is a great seat." "The acoustics are always spot on." "Something about the size of this music hall almost makes it like your own personal concert." These are the types of reviews the Cohoes Music Hall gets after guests see a live music show, stand-up comedy routine, play, musical, or any of the other varied types of performances this renowned venue offers up to the Capital Region.
The Hall has hosted a wide array of performers from bison hunter and showman Buffalo Bill Cody to Lillian Russel, one of the most famous actresses and singers of the late 1800s and early 1900s. The Cohoes Music Hall is the fourth-oldest music hall operating in the country, and its long history of top acts and impressive productions carries into today.
As of August 1, 2020 The Hall is managed by the Playhouse Stage Company, a leader in the enhancement of the cultural landscape of the Capital Region.