BRFP Independence Eve Concert Featuring “Disco Duck”

  • BRFP Independence Eve Concert Featuring

Event Category: Live Music and Music & Nightlife

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  • On Tuesday, July 3rd Buffalo River Fest Park will be host their annual Independence Eve Concert at the park, located at 249 Ohio Street, Buffalo, New York. The event will run from 7pm to 11pm and will feature the local band Disco Duck.

    A night with Disco Duck will let you relive the sights and sounds of the ’70’s with Buffalo’s premier retro band! Their set list includes songs by KC & the Sunshine Band, Earth Wind & Fire, Rick James, Kool and the Gang, The Commodores, Abba, Diana Ross, and more retro favorites!! They also sing songs by other artists such as Eric Clapton, Van Morrison, James Brown, Elvis, The Beatles, Frank Sinatra, Joan Jett, and Neil Diamond. For more information visit the band’s website www.thediscoduckband.com.

    In addition, Buffalo River Fest Park is the perfect place to check out the local fireworks displays with its great views of downtown and the waterfront!

    Admission is free and food and refreshments will be sold at the concert, with all proceeds supporting Buffalo River Fest Park maintenance and other riverfront development. No coolers will be allowed and spectators are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs and blankets. Parking is free and is available on surrounding side streets.

    For more riverfront live music throughout the summer, check out Buffalo River Fest Park’s Wednesday Night Concert Series which features some of the best local bands playing against the backdrop of the historic Buffalo River and grain elevators. For a full schedule of concerts and events visit www.thevalleycenter.com. Keep up with park events on social media as well by “liking” Buffalo River Fest Park on Facebook, following on Twitter @BfloRFPark, and following on Instagram @buffaloriverfestpark.


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