Jon Langston Concert In Buffalo Will Help Benefit Emmanuel Sanders Foundation
Just because summer is over, doesn't mean that there aren't amazing country shows on the schedule this fall in Western New York.
Cole Swindell is coming to Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino on November 27th, and another big concert is coming to the City of Buffalo.
Nashville recording artist Jon Langston will be performing in Buffalo once again; this time at the Showplace Theater on December 10th. It's presented by Back II Back Entertainment and the Emmanuel Sanders Foundation.
Langston's hits include "Right Girl Wrong Time," "She's So Georgia,", "Now You Know" and his latest release, "When You're Lonely."
Dylan Marlowe and Buffalo's own Christian Kramer and the Backwoods Revival will also be performing that night, and this show will help benefit an amazing cause.
Proceeds from the concert will help benefit the Emmanuel Sanders Foundation, which was started by Bills wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders back in 2017. The mission is to provide children from disadvantaged families with resources to reach his or her full potential.
Sanders relaunched the foundation this year, and a few weeks after relaunching it, Sanders virtually visited with deserving patients at Oishei Children's Hospital in Buffalo.
Sanders and some of his Bills teammates will take thee stage before Langston performs, where Sanders will talk about the foundation and its mission in the community.
Tickets for this show are $17 advance and available at Ticket Web. Doors open at 7 pm on December 10th and this is an 18 or older event.
Showplace Theater is located on Grant Street in the City of Buffalo.
It's going to be a fun night. Langston puts on an amazing live show, and it's beyond cool that it will help the Emmanuel Sanders foundation, who has been nothing but a blessing for the Western New York community since arriving in Buffalo this past spring.