Buffalo is blessed with a whole lot of hometown talent. One of the best ways to celebrate the live music scene here in Buffalo is by attending music festivals. Are we right?
We’re excited to see so many music festivals back at it this year in Buffalo and Western New York.
Lucky for music and festival-loving Buffalonians, Western New York is home to one of the most legit music + arts festivals in the area— and it’s making a comeback this September.
The Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy is dedicated to promoting, preserving, restoring, enhancing, and maintaining 850 acres of beautifully designed parks, parkways, and circles in the Greater Buffalo area.
Mark your calendars because the Niagara County Fair is back and happening from August 4 to August 8.
The European Lounge is home to three connected spaces. When you walk inside, you’ll find Chrusciki Bakery, Simply Pierogi, and Sto Lat Bar.
You need to check out Thursday & Main: Downtown Buffalo’s free and open-to-the-public Thursday night happy hour.
Locally, it’s hard to overstate how much our community has benefitted from The Colored Musicians Club of Buffalo.
Your weekly guide to exciting live music experiences happening *in person* throughout Buffalo and Western New York.
If you want to scratch that live performance itch and support local artists at the same time, Band Together Buffalo has been bringing in live, professional concert experiences into homes across WNY.
The Cave is the latest live music venue to pop up in Black Rock as part of the Amherst St. revitalization.
March means possibly warmer weather. Ready to finally get out of the house? Here’s some local bands to check out this month!
Getting out of the house for some good vibes and loud music is a great way to make it through the work week. Check out these March shows.
We’ve got a new resolution for you that you’ll actually want to stick with: seeing more live music and supporting more local bands and musicians in 2020!
Getting out of the house for some good vibes and loud music is a great way to jar loose some endorphins. Check out these February concerts.
Holiday concert season is upon us and it’s no surprise that most of this month’s essential shows are suitable for ages 9 to 99.
If this month has anything, it’s variety.
24 bands will performing and a range of genres will be represented, including blues, funk, folk, rock, country, and soul.
Fortunately, there are more than a few musical icons coming to the area that are sure to make your summer memorable.
All a good summer night in WNY needs is some live music. And what’s better than live music? FREE live music.
This summer you’ll find live music in Larkinville every.single.week on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturday in and around Larkin Square.