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      Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
      Jan -4.7 110 23.5 43.3
      Feb -4.5 99 23.9 39
      Mar 1.4 102 34.5 40.2
      Apr 8.5 90 47.3 35.4
      May 15.5 89 59.9 35
      Jun 20.4 98 68.7 38.6
      Jul 23 103 73.4 40.6
      Aug 21.8 84 71.2 33.1
      Sep 17.7 91 63.9 35.8
      Oct 11.6 86 52.9 33.9
      Nov 4.6 91 40.3 35.8
      Dec -2.3 112 27.9 44.1

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        • Spent several nights at SPAC watching shows and concerts. It's a beautiful area and I am in love with the greenery. It's an open atmosphere and it has a lot of natural beauty. I gave it 4/5 stars because it really depends on what kind of show you're seeing. I've gone to concerts where I had lawn tickets and people around us were so messy and unorganized; spilling drinks on us and making the grass wet and muddy. But I've also gone to shows that were beautiful, and we had no problem being out on the lawn. So it really depends- it may be worth a few extra dollars to get inside if you're seeing a band that has- less respectful- crowds.
        • Great amphitheater! Lots of history here, Have been coming here for Phish for the last couple years and the acoustics are great even on the the lawn
        • your experience will depend on what is playing. It was designed as a fine-arts center for orchestra and ballet, but has become more of a pop/rock venue. Great for the former, but the latter suffers when you get a lawn "seat" (you stand up) if the crowd exceeds about 17K. Food is overpriced. Go really early.
        • Great place to see a show and enjoy the great outdoors! There is inside seating but i find the lawn so much more fun.
        • Wide variety of entertainment here. One of the best outdoor venues in the country. Great place to walk and bike around.
        • Great facility needs someone to think about what to do in case of torrential rain. Was just at Friehoffer Jazz festival on Saturday. Luckily we were able to upgrade our lawn tickets to indoor seats, thanks for that. Having been to many of these festivals in the early 80s to 1990 and a couple since, I was wondering if this festival was as good as before. Maybe, I think it could be. This is just a thought. In years past the music on the main stage started at 12pm. Now the main stage he has a DJ that plays recorded music until 3 p.m. Meanwhile at the smaller stage they have small groups that play I Believe from 11 until the end of the show. My idea is, maybe when management knows it's going to be a soggy weekend, they can switch the acts. I was watching a great band from New Orleans brushing rain from their clothes. Meanwhile their we're thousands of people getting soaked. Why not switch venues and allow anyone into the shell till the main Acts start? Simply make everyone exit the shell even if they have indoor seats. Then once emptied let those with seats back in?? Living in Rochester, where we have a great jazz festival, it will take an amazing lineup for me and my friends to journey 300mi and spend 2 nights in a hotel to come back. And that is a shame, because it's a great place on a Beautiful city that I visit often.
        • One of the best venues in upstate NY!! Absolutely beautiful! Lots of gorgeous woods, waterfalls, streams, etc to explore... Playground for the children... Grills to cook out on before an event... Not too much security to take all the fun out, but not too little to have to worry about safety.. The event venue itself is huge too.. The refreshments are a little pricey, but you'll have that at any venue, and you can always cook out ahead of time or catch a less expensive vendor in the parking lot. If you have a choice between this or another venue for a event or a show: CHOOSE THIS ONE!
        • Great location for a concert or show. Most seats have a very good view of the stage. The building has good acoustics. Only thing to note if visiting this venue for a show, they are very strict on their no cameras policy. I learned the hard way by taking a long walk to bring mine back to the car.
        • Concert venue is OK, get there early! Very restrictive security, they really go overboard and want you to buy their food & drink. Tanglewood is much better. Music was great, acoustics are pretty good. Could use better/bigger screens. Would be nice if they let you in more than an hour before, made for a big crowd at 6:00.
        • I absolutely love SPAC! My very first concert was Whitney Houston at SPAC when u was a little girl. I've been coming here literally my whole life. It is such a beautiful place to enjoy a show. Take nice walks, and enjoy a good time. It is set in such a beautiful place. Saratoga is just a gorgeous place to be! The only complaint I have is the prices on the drinks and food. It is very, very expansive. It is hard to have a good time, unless you're ready to hand out at least $100, more if it is more than a couple.


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          Us locals refer to the Saratoga Performing Arts Center as SPAC, so if you are in my neck of the woods and here that name, you will know what we are all referring to. It is just much shorter and easier to say. My husband and I have seen a few people perform at SPAC over the last few years and we love it there.

          We mainly go to see country music performers, but SPAC also has a Jazz Festival, Orchestra, and Ballet during the summer months. And those last two words in that sentence are key. SPAC is only open during the summer months! The reason for this is that it is an open amphitheater. People can sit inside to watch a performance, but the sides and the back are open to all of the elements. Those who do not have tickets for the inside need to sit out on the lawn.

          We mainly sit out on the lawn, because tickets are cheaper, but have on occasion sprung for the seats inside. Especially during the early part of the season or the last part of the season, when the temperatures can be quite a bit cooler.

          We have sat outside in blistering heat, the freezing cold, and the pouring rain with thousands of other people. It never used to bother me, but this past year I told my husband that from now on, we might have to purchase inside tickets. It seems like lately, the people who attend the concerts are getting ruder and ruder. This past year, we were at the Luke Bryan concert and some woman kept accusing us of moving her chair when she left. We tried to stay far away from her and ignore her, but when people start drinking, they just get worse and well, she was drinking and kept moving her chair closer.

          I highly recommend finding a spot on the lawn in the family section, where the people are a little more low key or higher up on the lawn, since they now have large screens on top of the building. Those screens make it easy to see the smallest details on the stage.

          We always take an unopened bottle of water with us to the concerts, so that we do not have to pay for water once we are inside. Hopefully they don’t change that rule any time soon. You are also allowed to take food in, but we usually eat prior to entering. They have a larger variety of foods inside than they used to, but the prices are high, which is normal for concerts.

          I am hoping that I can convince my husband to go to the ballet with me this summer, but that is probably going to take some work on my part. I might end up going to the stock car races in exchange for his time at the ballet. We will see, we still have some time.
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