It's looking like it's going to be another chilly, wet weekend in Western New York.  Why not stop out to one of these places where the only thing cold are the drinks?

If the pandemic taught us anything, it's that we should take advantage of the time we have to be with our friends and family and that we should support the venues that are trying to bring us food and entertainment.  It helps them put food on their tables and it helps us to unwind.

Now that restrictions are being lifted, it's time to get out of your house and go have some fun!

I've always been a fan of the local talent that we have here in Western New York.  They've all got their own fans and a following that is loyal.  And the best part is, if your favorite is off for a particular week, there's always another that you can support.

Go out.  Dance.  Buy drinks and eat food.  Support our local scene and it will only get bigger and better.

This weekend (4/8-4/10) we've got bands all over the place that are ready to entertain you.

*Schedules are subject to change*

West of the Mark:  The Prime Project (Tribute to 90's Country)

The Stage, Williamsville - Saturday at 8p.

Paul Zittel and Pure Country (Square Dance)

Epiphany of our Lord Parish Hall, Langford - Saturday at 7:30p

90 West

Gratwick Hose Fireside Pub - Saturday, 8pm

Zachary Lee Acoustic

First Line Brewing - Friday 7-10pm

JB Aaron

Rockin Buffalo - Friday 9-12

Batch - Saturday 7-10 (The JB Aaron Project)


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