The newly opened Lewis Center for the Arts is designed to put the creative and performing arts at the heart of the Princeton experience. This mission is based on the conviction that exposure to the arts, particularly to the experience of producing art, helps each of us to make sense of our lives and the lives of our neighbors.
The Burnt Sugar Arkestra applauds Princeton University’s commitment to the performing arts and their wisdom in providing their student base access to the wonder that is the mind of the Burnt Sugar Arkestra’s founder … Gregory Stephen Tate.
The Burnt Sugar Arkestra performance on January 16th will be located in The Forum which can be found below the plaza level of the Lewis Arts complex.
On-campus parking | TigerTransit shuttle routes | Downtown Princeton parking
Limited free parking is available adjacent to 185 Nassau Street in Lot 10 (after 4:30 p.m. on weekdays and from 6 a.m. to 2 a.m. on weekends) or in Lots 21 and 23 on the Princeton campus.
Metered parking on Princeton streets is limited to one or two hours in most cases and operates from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m., Monday through Saturday. There are some streets with longer-term parking meters that are within easy walking distance of 185 Nassau Street, the Lewis Arts complex, the Berlind Theatre, and New South. Parking regulations are strictly enforced. Three municipal parking garages that charge a fee are located on Chambers, Hulfish and Spring streets in downtown Princeton.
A train known locally as “The Dinky” connects campus (Princeton Station at Alexander Street) to Princeton Junction.
Northbound NJ TRANSIT trains passing through Princeton Junction provide direct service to New York City and Newark Liberty International Airport. A southbound transfer to the SEPTA regional rail Trenton Line train at Trenton provides service to Philadelphia. Amtrak trains connect Princeton Junction to Washington, D.C., Boston and the broader region.