The Mansion of Saratoga presents summer events

The Mansion of Saratoga presents summer events

ROCK CITY FALLS, N.Y. — Summer is underway at The Mansion of Saratoga, where music-lovers are invited to enjoy big performers in an intimate venue for the 801 Concert Series, along with other weekly features such as Sunday brunch and Restaurant Mondays throughout the season.

The dinner concert series, which kicked off on Thursday with a performance by R&B recording artist Morgan James, has a packed lineup of top talent set to appear in the coming weeks and months.

The Mansion of Saratoga’s 801 Concert Series is intimately arranged at tables, cabaret-style on the great tented rear deck of the historic George West Victorian mansion, overlooking the rose gardens. The name of the series is derived from the mansion’s address, 801 Route 29 in Rock City Falls, outside of Saratoga Springs.

Nine other stars will follow James this summer completing what owner Jeff Wodicka says is the biggest and most exciting season yet at what has become known as the Saratoga region’s most unique and intimate venue.

Wodicka is quick to note that the 801 Concert Series, which seats up to 130 guests, is similar in size and spirit to Feinstein’s / 54 Below on W 54th St, New York City.

Tony Nominee Sharon McNight will become Sophie Tucker on July 21 as she brings her award-winning stage show to the 801. Finishing the month are the Tony Award-nominated Callaway Sisters, Liz and Ann Hampton Callaway, for two nights, July 29 and 30, with “Broadway the Calla-way.”

August and September bring the music of nightclub and cabaret star Nicolas King, Broadway’s Matthew Scott and the comedy of stage and TV star Judy Gold. Nicole Henry, who electrified The Mansion’s 801 crowd in 2021 with her Whitney Houston tribute, returns to present a concert based on her new jazz album “Time to Love Again.” The baritone voice of Broadway’s Nathaniel Stampley (“The Color Purple,” “Lion King,” “Porgy & Bess,” “Ragtime”) promises to leave audiences in awe, and three-time Tony Nominee and Tony Winner for “Drowsy Chaperone,” Beth Leavel closes out the season.

Tickets to 801 Concert Series events range from $60 to $75. The mansion doors open at 5:30 p.m. with executive chef Rick Bieber providing a bistro menu for those interested in dinner or snacking prior to or during the 8 p.m. performances. A full bar serves drink specials as well as beer and wine by the bottle or glass.

In addition to this concert series, the popular weekly Sunday brunch returns to The Mansion of Saratoga starting July 10, from 9 a.m .to 2 p.m., and will continue throughout racing season.

Restaurant Mondays, with seating alfresco in the gardens or on the great tented deck, will also continue from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. every Monday night, which restaurant and hospitality industry workers can receive a 10% discount.

More information and online ticket purchasing for upcoming 801 Concert Series performances are available online at

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