Our hallmark event since 2009. A multi-week, multi-disciplinary cornucopia of arts performances, exhibitions, classes, camps, conversations and parties. Spend a day, a weekend, or the entire festival exploring the best of the contemporary arts with us each summer.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the 15th annual Green Box Arts Festival!
Whether you joined us for one event or many we'd love your feedback.
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What to expect
Want to catch every performance we have on tap, or only want to take a class? Whatever your interest and for however long you want to engage with us during the festival, check out the whole schedule and plan a day, weekend, or a whole week. Dozens of unique events are available for you to participate in each summer. We thrive on offering intimate opportunities, so be sure to sign up for your favorite events early…before they sell out!
Our venues are dotted throughout the town of Green Mountain Falls. If you aren’t familiar with the town, this handy-dandy map is an excellent tool to stick in your back pocket.
For the most up-to-date and full schedule of all Festival events and activities, print off one of our schedules via the download button below.
intimate encounters equal limited availability
Green Box prides itself on offering experiences where you can get up close and personal with artists. To ensure you are able to get a seat at your favorite events, don’t delay in getting tickets.
Volunteer at the festival
Want to help first time visitors find their way around the festival? Interested in assisting us in making sure each event is ready to go? Want to usher at a performance? We are thankful for the many volunteers who help Green Box during the festival. Share your interest with us and we’ll be in touch soon.
Since 2009, the annual Green Box Arts Festival has been an integral part of summer and our community. Relive moments from festivals past by perusing some of our favorite photos from some of our favorite photographers, including Tom Kimmell, Buffalo Media Group, Jeff Kearney, and Irby Pace.