Spiritual Medium Drew Cali to host An Afternoon of Messages at UPH this Saturday Feb. 18th at 4PM.Read More
Happenings at UPH
The Rochmon Record Club – the cyber-age moniker of...Chuck Vosganian - landed at Universal Preservation Hall Tuesday night, and he brought Led Zeppelin’s classic 1973 album “Houses of the Holy” with him.Read More
Saratoga Springs, New York is nationally recognized as one of America’s great destination locations, with attractions including naturally carbonated mineral spas, thoroughbred & harness racing, polo, challenging & picturesque golf courses, a vibrant & walkable downtown with an amazing variety of restaurants, shops & galleries and beautiful regional & national museums. The Spa City boasts a large and eclectic list of upscale hotels, inns, and bed & breakfasts that offer superior wedding venues in a dynamic Victorian City setting.Read More
On, Dec. 7 at 7:30PM, Capital District Jazz and Universal Preservation Hall invite you to enjoy an evening of jazz guitar wizardry with two renowned jazz guitarists to celebrate the release of their new CD “Cross Country Lines”. John Stowell and Mark Kleinhaut combine their unique styles to produce music of remarkable beauty.
The Capital Region Chamber announced last week that Sonny Bonacio, chair of UPH's Capital Campaign, was awarded the ChangeMarker Award for 2016. Sonny Bonacio, President of Bonacio Construction, was honored as this year's ChangeMaker for his contributions in transforming the Capital Region through his vision, investment and leadership.
Universal Preservation Hall in Saratoga Springs presents ‘Here Comes The Sun: An Evening of Beatles Music and Dancing’ featuring tribute band ‘Across The Pond’ on Saturday March 12 at 7:30pm. Tickets are $20 and are available at the door and online at herecomesthesun.brownpapertickets.com. The event is 21 and over with a cash bar. Chris Cronin of Let’s Be Leonard opens the show. Proceeds will benefit the UPH restoration effort.Read More
UPH is happy to announce the acceptance of a challenge grant from the New York Landmarks Conservancy. This grant was made possible by the Sacred Sites Program managed by the Landmarks Conservancy, which works to fund restoration projects throughout NYS of historic religious properties.
For more information, please contact Mary Beth McGarrahan, Operations Manager, at (518) 584-2627 or email@example.com.
It's our pure pleasure to inform you that our beloved Universal Preservation Hall in downtown Saratoga Springs was awarded $849,500 in Economic Development funds this week! It was the highest award in Saratoga County.Read More
A New Identity for Universal Preservation Hall
Universal Preservation Hall (UPH) is excited to announce the unveiling of its new brand identity. The new logomark is symbolic of the recent developments taking place at UPH. “There’s been so much change going on at UPH,” remarked Teddy Foster, UPH Board President, “and we felt it was time to acknowledge and celebrate that change and to give the public a sense of just how much things are moving forward here.” The new logo is a complement to the new UPH website, which was launched in May and celebrates the building's history while pointing the way forward with a full calendar of events and includes a photo gallery and more.Read More