If anyone says that there is nothing to do in Buffalo, New York they are wrong.

There is so much to do in Buffalo on any given day. Especially, with the pandemic winding down, it seems like everyone in Western New York is saying 'yes' to doing things.

This upcoming weekend could possibly be the busiest weekend that Buffalo has had in years. There are 4 huge traditions that are happening in different parts of Western New York:

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  1. Old Home Days at Island Park in Williamsville kicks off on Tuesday and runs through Friday night. Expect games, rides, and the beer tent with music from Hit N Run and Flipside.
  2. The Galbani Italian Heritage Festival comes back to Hertel this weekend. The festival is going to run from Friday through Sunday. Expect a LOT of food, vendors, some grape squishing, and entertainment. Special guest Frankie Scinta will be performing on Friday night.
  3. Burgerfest is returning to Hamburg on Saturday. You can expect the beer tent, burgers, and live music both Saturday and Sunday
  4. Cobblestone Live Music & Arts Festival 2022 is happening at Iron Works this weekend. There will be over 16 bands on 3 different stages in the Cobblestone District--2 outdoor stages and 1 at Iron Works.

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July 12 - 15: Old Home Days, Island Park in Williamsville

July 15 - 17: St. John Paul's Lawn Fete in Lakeview

July 15 - 17: St. John the Baptist Lawn Fete in Alden

July 24: St. Mary's Lawn Fete Swormsville

July 29 - 31: St. John Vianney Church Summer Fest, Orchard Park

August 10 - 21: Erie County Fair

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