Welcome to the Vail-Leavitt Music Hall!
This is the website home of downstate New York’s oldest theater: The Vail-Leavitt Music Hall in historic downtown Riverhead. Built in 1881, “The Vail” now hosts a wide variety of performances and presentations year-round. 2016 marked the 100th anniversary of the presentation of Thomas Edison’s kinetophone system of talking motion pictures at our theater!! Check back on this site regularly and be sure to follow us on facebook.
March 5th during
Sunday Matinee Movies
Presented by Vail-Leavitt Music Hall
Our friends asked for old time movie matinees – and the Vail delivers for Winterfest!! The Vail-Leavitt Music Hall begins it’s Sunday matinee series during Winterfest on Sunday, March 5th at 2 pm. The 6-part series each includes a classic feature along with an assortment of vintage cartoons, short subjects and even vintage advertisements – fun for any age. Experience entertainment as it was “back in the day”!!
Recommended donation at the door (to support the maintenance and operation of the Music Hall) is just $5. Refreshements and snacks will be available.
Our first feature film is “The Most Dangerous Game” (1932) starring Joel McRea & Fay Wray in a great jungle adventure thriller!!
with Laurel & Hardy
Our 2nd Sunday Matinee feature on Sunday March 12th at 2 pm
Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy join the Foreign Legion to escape Ollie’s love woes.
Come join us for a great afternoon movie experience at the Vail…presenting unique entertainment you won’t find ANYWHERE ELSE!
DEAD OF WINTER IX
With Dawg Star, Reckoning & The Electrix