ArtsWestchester Announces Fall 2024 Programs

This fall, ArtsWestchester will hold its annual JazzFest from Sept. 11- 15, a night market on Sept. 21, and an art exhibition on Oct. 13.

ArtsWestchester JazzFest White Plains

Throughout the coming fall, the public will have the opportunity to experience the exciting events ArtsWestchester will have to offer. The variety of events will offer something appealing to everyone interested in attending.

ArtsWestchester begins the fall season with the big bang of our annual JazzFest that presents nationally prominent musicians. We will quickly pivot to a string of events that include our returning night market and a new art exhibition.

Kathleen Reckling, incoming CEO of ArtsWestchester

To kick the season of events off is White Plains’ annual Jazzfest taking place from Sept. 11- 15. The festival will include 18 live shows ranging from free musical experiences to performances from Grammy-winning artists. Friday, Sept. 13, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Nicole Zuraitis will play. The following night the Vijay Iyer Trio feat. Tyshawn Sorey and Linda May Han Oh will take the stage. Other shows, including noon and Sunday performances, will be free to the public.

On Sunday, Sept. 15, the festival will end with the addition of the White Plains Jazz & Food Festival from 12:30-7:30 PM on Mamaroneck Ave in White Plains.

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Nicole Zuraitis

On Sept. 21 from 4 to 8 PM, ArtsWestchester will celebrate the harvest moon by turning their gallery into the Mooncake Night Market. The event will be full of music, crafts, food, and workshops. Attendees can have hands-on experiences in Chinese calligraphy and lantern-making. Admission to the market is $15.

Beginning on Oct. 13 through Jan. 12, ArtsWestchester will present the Futures Art Exhibition. Attendees can explore an immersive look into visions of Hudson Valley’s future as well as themes of historic land ownership, inclusive communities, creative placemaking, and sustainable development interpreted into art installations.

For more information about ArtsWestchester and the events, visit

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