Arts at the Palace is your source for performing and visual arts in Hamilton, N.Y. Our calendar of performances, workshops, exhibitions, and community promises to entertain, educate, and entrance audiences of all ages — from across Central New York and beyond.

The People’s Palace

In 2015, just in time for the building’s 101st birthday, a group of devoted Hamiltonians formed a new entity, Arts at the Palace (AATP), to take over Palace Theater management from the Hamilton Initiative. This 501(c)(3) is a new twist on a proven idea: art is best presented by the people, for the people.

In the Community

Great art makes for good neighbors. That’s why Arts at the Palace takes an active role in Hamilton’s creative community even as we foster the imaginative spirit that flourishes across Central New York. Through performances, exhibitions,… read more

Rent the Palace

Space is never an issue when you have a palace! If you’re hosting a dance, wedding reception, company party, family reunion, or any other large-scale event, we’ll roll out the red carpet for you and your… read more


Latest News

Jazz at Noon

LISTEN, LOUNGE, & LUNCH with us on Saturday, November 12th, from 12pm – 2pm as ‘JAZZ at NOON’ gives thanks for November. Come join us for a nod to November in the cozy, relaxed atmosphere of... read more...

October 28, 2016

Winter at the Palace

Please join us on December 10th at 7pm for a Gatsby-inspired evening of fine food, spirits, and entertainment as we celebrate Arts at the Palace. Cocktail attire. Tickets are $45 at the door. Ticket price includes hors... October 28, 2016

Phoenix Project Dance

Join us on November 19th at 7:30pm for Phoenix Project Dance’s 6th performance at the Palace. This year, they will be performing original music composed by Dave Painchaud and Justin Ward Weber. These works were composed... October 25, 2016

International Play Reading–The Coleman’s Family Omission

Experience Argentine playwright Claudio Tolcachir’s award winning eccentric and sardonic comedy about an Argentine family living on the edge (literally and figuratively) in Buenos Aires. Translated by Jean Graham-Jones, The Coleman’s Family Omission was smash hit... October 11, 2016