Q. Can the general public take advantage of this opportunity to subscribe and save on the cost of individual tickets?
A. YES and you can save up to 30% off the price of an individual ticket...depending upon chosen seating zone.
Q. Is the Eisenhower Hall Theatre close by?
A. YES, close to Orange, Rockland, Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess counties and Northern New Jersey. It's only one hour north of the George Washington Bridge.
Q. Is there Free Parking?
A. YES! Come early because traffic can become congested prior to show time. We suggest you come at least one hour early.
Q. Is it difficult to get in at West Point?
A. NO! Just allow yourself adequate time, follow the directions of the guard at the gate, and remember to bring a vaild government ID (A listing of the current state-by-state compliance is available here) for anyone 16 years of age and older who is a passenger in your car. On the day of the show, a visitor pass is not required to attend Ike Hall shows.
Q. Do really famous people come to the Eisenhower Hall Theatre? Who?
A. YES, too many to list; but how about Toby Keith, Elton John, Bruce Springsteen, Trace Adkins, Bob Hope, George Burns, Gabriel Iglesias, Johnny Cash, Frankie Valli, Dave Matthews and Luciano Pavarotti?
A. For the most part, we want you to be yourself and enjoy the experience. Business casual to casual wear is suggested.
Q. Are there fun things to do before the show?
A. YES! You can walk the grounds, take in the river views on the ballroom veranda, visit Crest Hall (3rd Floor), or enjoy refreshment in Mamie's Buffet or Ike's Riverside Cafe before the performance.