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4 Shows That Should Be on Your Radar in January

Tokyo Police Club

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The post-holiday season in Buffalo normally consists of a prolonged hibernation until the city thaws out and spring finally arrives. Sadly, that can take some time in this area, so while you are hiding from the snow and cold, make sure to at least get out of the house once in a while to take in some live music. Here are 4 upcoming shows that should be on your radar for the month of January.

 

 

Tokyo Police Club

DATE: January 19th

LOCATION: Waiting Room

COST: $18-$23

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The popular Ontario alt-rockers band will bring their buzzing post-punk sounds back to Buffalo for an early year highlight.


Dance Yrself Clean presents World War III

DATE: January 21st

LOCATION: Milkie’s on Elmwood

COST: $5

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The young dance party series will return for its sophomore installment with sets of music from indie acts spread over five different countries including Japan, the United Kingdom, and Canada.

 

Riff Raff

DATE: January 22nd

LOCATION: Waiting Room

COST: $20-$25

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The eccentric Houston rapper invades the Delaware music venue in what should be one of 2017’s most talked about shows.

Tyler Wescott

DATE: January 23rd

LOCATION: Sportsmens Tavern

COST: $5

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The Observers/Folkfaces member will kick off a short tour in support of his upcoming debut solo album. Joining him at the legendary live music destination will be Rochester folkie Jackson Cavalier.

 

+Don’t Forget:

Buffalo Musicians Happy Hour @ Milkie’s on Elmwood 1/12, Malarchuk @ the Tralf Music Hall 1/14, Jacob Peter Band @ Nietzsche’s 1/21, LP @ Waiting Room 1/21, Alexander @ Dreamland 1/23, Isaiah Rashad @ Waiting Room 1/24, Alexander

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