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Buffalo Waterfront & Funtime Presents announce Outer Harbor shows with Chappell Roan, moe., Sad Summer Festival, Primus & Coheed and Cambria


Thu, Mar 7th 2024 08:10 pm

Press Release

Buffalo Waterfront and promoters Funtime Presents and MassConcerts, owners and operators of the Town Ballroom, recently announced four new summer concerts coming to Terminal B at the Outer Harbor as part of the “Seneca Casinos Outer Harbor Live Concert Series.”

√ Rising pop star Chappell Roan brings her “Midwest Princess Tour” to Terminal B on Friday, May 24, marking the first outdoor concert of the season at the new venue.

√ Buffalo’s own jam rock band moe. takes the stage Wednesday, July 17, with Daniel Donato’s Cosmic Country.

√ Sad Summer Festival 2024 ushers in its five-year anniversary tour on Tuesday, Aug. 6, featuring Mayday Parade, The Maine, plus nine other bands.

√ Primus & Coheed and Cambria will co-headline a show on Friday, Aug. 9, with special guest Fishbone.

Tickets are now available for Chappell Roan, moe. and Primus & Coheed and Cambria at www.OuterHarborLive.com. Sad Summer Festival tickets go on sale to the public on Friday, March 8. Buffalo Waterfront encourages all ticketbuyers to purchase directly from SeeTickets to ensure valid tickets.

Previously announced shows at Terminal B include country duo Brothers Osborne on Friday, June 14; and Lake Street Dive on Tuesday, Sept. 17. Additional shows for the “Outer Harbor Live” concert series will be announced in coming weeks.

Terminal B at the Outer Harbor is located at 901 Fuhrmann Blvd. The parking lots adjacent to the venue are free to event ticketholders and will be managed on a first-come, first-served basis. Additional parking is available along Fuhrmann. The venue strongly encourages ride-sharing and alternate modes of transportation when possible.

For more information, visit www.buffalowaterfront.com.

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