Tonight's concert (Jun 21st at 6:30 PM) has been moved indoors to the Eisenhower Hall Ballroom due to inclement weather.
The West Point Band has presented concerts on the banks of the Hudson River since 1817. Come continue the tradition and soak in the history and majesty of West Point as you take in a concert while overlooking the waters that George Washington called "the key to the continent." Come hold a link of the great chain that stretched across the waters of the Hudson River and enjoy music ranging from John Philip Sousa to Bruno Mars. Bring your family, a picnic, and blanket and come enjoy the music of the Army's oldest band, the West Point Band.
All West Point Band Trophy Point concerts are FREE and open to the public. Tickets are NOT REQUIRED for admission.
Over age 16? You'll need to present a valid government-issued ID to enter post.
Those using driver's licenses from IL, MN, MO, NM, or WA, will to need to present a second from of approved ID.
Please note that while at West Point, your car and belongings are subject to search by the Military Police.
For our most heavily attended concerts - Independence Day and Labor Day - you might want to arrive early to stake out a seating area for your party.
No items may be placed before 12:00 PM.
Don't accidentally donate your lawn chair! Anything left on Trophy Point grounds before 12:00 PM on concert day will be removed by Military Police.
Stay with your space at all times.
A reserved space with no one present will be considered abandoned.
Feel free to park in any of the below lots, which are recommended for Trophy Point events.
Park in any other lot in the area, as long as they are not marked restricted or reserved.
Handicapped parking is available in the lot of Cullum Road next to Daly Field. For directions, see the map above.
Use the intersection of Howard Road and Ruger Road to quickly unload audience members and items. See map above.
Yes! If you're over 21, feel free to crack open a cold one. Just Make sure no open containers leave the Trophy Point grounds.
Yes! Bring ol' Rover on down. As long as they are on a leash, we hope all pets enjoy the music as much as their humans.
Bring your own chairs and blankets, this year we have expanded our dancing and picnic area by removing the benches that were near the stage. Please note that there is no seating provided this year.