The Tralf Music Hall In Buffalo Shutting Down This Month
An iconic music hall in Buffalo will be shutting its doors later this month.
The Tralf Music Hall which is located at 622 Main street in Buffalo announced on its Twitter page that May 28th would be the last day the venue would be open.
According to the post, the owners of the building where the Tralf is located plan on turning the building into residential spaces, and the lease for the Tralf was not renewed.
The Tralf has been in Buffalo for over 40 years and first opened in the basement of a building on the corner of Main and Fillmore before moving to the current location in the heart of Buffalo's Theatre District.
If you have tickets for any of the shows after May 28th, refunds for those shows will be available at the place where you bought your ticket.
But there is some good news to the story. According to WGRZ, the owners of the Tralf are planning to reopen at a new location later this year.
But the Traf will open as an anchor tenant in Legacy Development’s series of buildings on Oak, Genesee, and Ellicott streets.
remember as a teen in the 90s heading over to the Tralf to watch a bunch of different shows. It was always a good time and there are so many talented local bands and musicians here in Western New York that got a chance to hit that stage.
The Tralf was ranked one of the best theatres and concert halls in Buffalo on Trip Advisor.
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