Joe Nichols is coming to do an exclusive, intimate concert in Buffalo! WYRK and Three Chord Bourban is bringing Joe Nichols to East Aurora, New York for a very intimate, exclusive event only for WYRK listeners!

Mister's Bar and Lanes will host Joe Nichols on Friday, March 11, 2022, starting at 7 pm. Here is the best part of the whole thing? The show is absolutely FREE for you to come. No tickets are needed. It is first, come serve. Joining Joe Nichols will be special guests Dan Manogue & Brendan Bartoo to start the show…plus Christian Kramer and the Backwoods Revival to round out the night!

Joe Nichols

Mister's Bar and Lanes

206 Main St, East Aurora, NY 14052

FREE

Friday, March 11, 2022

Joe Nichols has a brand new song that is out now called "Good Day for Living". It's off his brand new album that came out on February 11, 2022, with the same name as the new single. In the 11-track album, he also has a big duet with Blake Shelton called “I Got Friends That Do”.

Joe Nichols has a list of hits you will hear including:

  • I'll Wait For You
  • Yeah
  • Brokenheartsville
  • Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off
  • Sunny and 75
  • Gimmie That Girl
  • The Impossible
  • She Only Smokes When She Drinks

Concerts are coming back in full force in 2022 through Western New York, with mask mandates getting looser.

The hottest ticket of the year is the big Morgan Wallen show. Morgan Wallen tickets for his June 25 concert at Darien Lake sold out in days, and the cheapest ticket that you can find from Live Nation is a re-sell ticket for $230.00. A lot of people think that those are the prices that Morgan Wallen has set for his show, but that is not the case.

Here are the big country concerts coming to Western New York!

Buffalo Country Music Concerts in 2022

Concerts in Buffalo, NY? Here is a list of the shows coming to the Buffalo and Rochester area, such as Morgan Wallen, Keith Urban, Thomas Rhett and Luke Bryan.

Buffalo Country Music Concerts in 2022

Concerts in Buffalo, NY? Here is a list of the shows coming to the Buffalo and Rochester area, such as Morgan Wallen, Keith Urban, Thomas Rhett and Luke Bryan.