Cobblestone Live Music & Arts Festival
Date: Saturday, July 28, 2018
Doors: 1:00 pm
Day of Show: $30
Buffalo Iron Works, Lockhouse Distillery & Bar, and Sunbeam Entertainment are pleased to announce the Second Annual Cobblestone Live Music & Arts Festival, to be held on July 27th and 28th in the heart of the Historic Cobblestone district in downtown Buffalo. This year’s festival will include two outdoor main stages located on Illinois and Columbia streets, a stage inside Buffalo Iron Works, an electronic music stage/lounge inside Lockhouse Distillery & Bar, and an acoustic stage on South Park Avenue. Headlining acts include Broken Social Scene, The Sheepdogs, Turkuaz, Aqueous, Chicano Batman, Golf Clap, Andy Frasco & the U.N., Michelangelo Carruba Super Jam, Ratboys, Dynamo, Madaila, & more.
Over the last decade, The Historic Cobblestone district has become a breeding ground for live music and entertainment. Cobblestone Live is a single neighborhood of bars, restaurants, and venues coming together to put on a two-day festival which will continue to grow to a national sized festival in the years to come.
This year’s highlights will include:
Over 30 artists/bands across 5 stages.
Festival games and activities for all ages.
Local food trucks and vendors.
Beer, wine, cider, & beverage tents.
VIP tickets including exclusive VIP areas and additional perks.
Festival drink menu from Lockhouse Distillery & Bar and Buffalo Iron Works.
Promoting The Child Advocacy Center’s regional impact and raising funds for its programs
Festival gates will open at 4pm on Friday, July 27th and at 1pm on Saturday, July 28th. Full festival passes will be $45 presale/$60 walk up, single day pases are $25 presale/$30 walk up. VIP packages will be available for $100. Late night only passes will be announced as the festival approaches. Tickets are available immediately at www.cobblestonelive.com.
A portion of the proceeds of this year’s festival will go to the Child Advocacy Center (CAC), a one-of-a-kind service in Erie County which brings together local law enforcement agencies, mental health services, child protection, medical services, and the District Attorney’s Office under one roof to investigate, treat and support victims of child sexual abuse and severe physical abuse. The Child Advocacy Center ensures that these young victims and their caregivers receive immediate, effective and sensitive support. Nationally, Child Advocacy Centers and their multidisciplinary teams have improved conviction rates for perpetrators of child abuse by up to 94%.
“The Child Advocacy Center is delighted to be part of Cobblestone Live’s exciting, family-friendly music festival,” said Howard K. Hitzel, Psy.D., President/CEO of BestSelf Behavioral Health, which houses the Child Advocacy Center. “We want to spread our message about the need to heal children and stop child abuse.”
“Cobblestone Live Music & Arts Festival is set to be an incredibly special event for Buffalo as we return for our second year,” noted Josh Holtzman, General Manager of Buffalo Iron Works and one of the planners of Cobblestone Live. “With more stages, larger acts and a greater festival experience, Cobblestone Live will certainly leave it’s mark not only on Buffalo but the music industry as a whole. In addition, our entire organization is thrilled to be working with the Child Advocacy Center of WNY as our beneficiary. Child abuse is a real problem in today’s society and we can’t think of a better cause to get behind.”
Cobblestone Live Music & Arts Festival Daily Lineup
Friday July 27th, 2018
Turkuaz, Aqueous, Chicano Batman
Golf Clap, Codes, Dynamo
Madaila, Vin DeRosa, A Girl Named Genny
Tim Mitchum & The Outfit, Dirty Blanket
Spin Wires, Mosswalk, Ponder, Chad Lock, KAGE
Saturday July 28th, 2018
Broken Social Scene, The Sheepdogs, Aqueous
Andy Frasco & The UN, Sage Armstrong
Michelangelo Carubba Super Jam, Ratboys
Workingman’s Dead, Humble Braggers, Space Junk
First Ward, Cold Lazarus, Younger Then,
Ugly Sun, Feverbox, Rufus Gibson, Xotec
Hannah Gardner, The Dale Toliver Band, Sweet Talk Radio
Whitmore, Johnny Hart and the Mess