It’s time to shake off the winter blues Buffalo. Caz Tapped is your opportunity to rock & roll, dance, perhaps sample a few beers and check out The Church. This is the first public event hosted in the newly re-opened building formerly known as St. John’s RC Church in the heart of South Buffalo. Read more about the complete renovation of this grand, historic building here.
Admission is a paltry $5 and will treat you to a night of live music beginning at 6:00 p.m.
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Food & Drink
Amy’s Food Truck and House of Munch will be on site serving up a delicious variety of fresh, hot food.
Beer selection includes Ellicottville and Hamburg Brewing Company, along with some of the standard favorites. Wine from Ten Thousand Vines and hard cider from McKenzie’s will also be available. Beer/food tickets will be sold inside the venue.
Parking is free and there is plenty to go around. Shuttle service will be available from Buffalo Street Grill (61 Buffalo Street, Hamburg) to the Church every hour. $15 gets you a round-trip shuttle ticket plus admission.
Caz Tapped and The Church can be found at 2325 Seneca Street, South Buffalo.
For more info check out the Caz Tapped Facebook page.
Theresa Quinn, an innovative pianist, organist and vocalist who has studied at the prestigious Indiana University School of Music and the State University of New York at Buffalo; has been a bagpiper with the Gordon Highlanders, Buffalo’s oldest pipe regiment and has worked as a staff songwriter and demo musician for a publishing company in Nashville. For over ten years, she has proudly served as Music Director and Organist at Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church in the Elmwood Village area of Buffalo. Theresa is an inducted member of the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame.
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