Sales and Seating

All sales are final. Tickets are nonrefundable. Programming and personnel may be subject to change without notice. Tickets are available only online via or via phone at at 800-595-4849.  All tickets must be purchased in advance, there will be no Box Office selling tickets on the day of the performance.  Indoor seating will all be assigned seating and outdoor will be general admission.  Please bring your ticket to the Hall to gain entry.

Ticket books from previous years should be saved for next year.

Only fully vaccinated ticket holders with Proof of ID will be admitted to the grounds and all staff, volunteers and performers will also be fully vaccinated, which is defined as two weeks after the second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines or two weeks after the one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine.  Proof of vaccination requires providing at time of entry either the New York State Excelsior Pass or the COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card that you received at the time of your vaccination.  Unfortunately, we will not be able to admit any ticketholder that cannot provide proof of vaccination and ID.

Wearing of masks will be optional on the grounds and inside the Hall.

Late Arrivals and Re-Entry

We recommend arriving at least 45 minutes prior to scheduled start times in order to park and find your seat before the event begins. In consideration of our performers and patrons, late seating will take place during the first appropriate pause in the program. If you leave the hall for any reason, please try and wait until a pause in the program for both exit and re-entry.


The Young Mavericks Festival is appropriate for youth of all ages. All other events are not recommended for children under 6 years old.

Photographs and Recording

The Maverick concert hall is a small intimate space. Due to contract restrictions stipulated by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers as well as the American Federation of Musicians, the use of recording equipment or the taking of photographs is strictly prohibited at all performances. This includes, but is not limited to: cameras, cell phones with cameras, video cameras and audio recording devices. Maverick Concerts reserves the right to confiscate any and all devices not in compliance with this policy.

Food and Beverage Policy

To preserve Maverick Concerts as a National Historic Treasure, food and beverages are not allowed inside of the concert hall. Patio seating is available within listening reach of concerts.

Concert Etiquette

Due to the intimate nature of Maverick Concerts, noises of any kind may be distracting for patrons or musicians. We respectfully request that all electronic devices (cell phones, pagers, etc.) be turned off and any lozenges be opened before the start of performances. Please keep conversations at a minimum during performances. Ushers will ask patrons who are noisy or causing distractions to move outside of the Concert Hall. If there are repeated disruptions, we reserve the right to revoke admission.


We regret that pets are not permitted at the concerts.

Service Animals

Service dogs  are welcome, along with their handlers, at Maverick Concerts. Service dogs are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability, including physical or sensory. Service dogs must be harnessed or leashed and housebroken. If a service dog behaves in an unacceptable manner and the person with a disability does not control the animal, Maverick Concerts reserves the right to deny access to performances. Uncontrolled barking, jumping on other patrons, or running away from handlers, are examples of unacceptable behaviors for a service dog at Maverick Concerts.


Patrons are encouraged to sign up for our email list. Performance cancellations due to inclement weather or other circumstances are rare. If a performance must be cancelled, we will make every attempt to contact patrons in advance.

For more information about accessibility, hall amenities, and concert hall policies, please call 845.241.7721.

photos by Angela P. Schapiro