Aug 2, 2019 | 5:00 PM | Friday

Fri Aug 2, 5:00 PM - Fri Aug 2, 10:00 PM
44 Prime St, Buffalo, NY 14202

Community: West Chippewa Street



Join us on Friday, August 2nd as we welcome the Arkells with special guests The Dirty Nil to the Canalside Live Stage!

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$40.00 VIP and $10.00 General Admission tickets are officially ON SALE NOW online at Tickets purchased from third party vendors will NOT be honored. The ONLY valid tickets that will be honored on concert day should be purchased HERE:
VIP tickets are available for $40.00 and include access to the VIP Honda Pavilion with limited seating seating, (2) beer/wine/sodas, exclusive front of stage viewing area and private restrooms.
***NEW THIS YEAR: GA ticket holders will not have front of stage access. Front of stage access is exclusive to VIP***
Visit your local Consumer's Beverages to purchase your $10 General Admission ticket which will include (1) FREE beverage voucher!
General Admission is all ages. VIP is 21+ ONLY. Gates open at 5:00pm and close at 9:30pm.
Seating is extremely limited and first come, first serve. Feel free to bring your own chair!
Arkells first came together in 2006, with a moniker adopted from Hamilton’s Arkell Street and an impassioned, adventurous, and distinctly modern approach towards their music. Debuting with 2008’s JACKSON SQUARE, the band instantly proved creatively ambitious and intensely hard working, touring hard and driving their music further every step of the way. That ethos has never changed. Not ones to stop or slow down, RALLY CRY was recorded as Arkells toured behind 2016’s MORNING REPORT and its 2017 follow-up single, “Knocking At The Door,” a standalone blockbuster which spent 14 weeks at #1 on the Canadian Alternative chart on its way to multiple JUNO Award nominations including “Single of the Year.” Indeed, “Knocking At The Door” proved far more than just a rock radio favorite – it became an ever-present staple of television sports coverage all over North America, including the Super Bowl, World Series, and U.S. Open.

“What happens to a song after you’re done recording it isn’t up to you,” Kerman says. “Convergence needs to happen – time and place and luck. Where the song lands in the culture, you don’t have anything to do with that. All you can do is your best, then put it out and keep working.”

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