April 1 2023


Buffalo Iron Works
49 Illinois Street, Buffalo, NY 14203


$12 Advance Purchase
$15 Day of Show


Doors Open:
Show Starts: 7:00 PM

Tsavo Highway teams up with Sways and Deadwolf to bring you a high energy, head bangin, HEADY April Fool’s Day Show! Some of the most talented names in the local Buffalo music community come together to bring you a night you won’t forget…. And did we also hear “Dad Joke Contest”, Zach Tilton shaving off his dreads, as well as live painting!?! Or are we just FOOLIN ya? Guess you’ll have to find out!!
Tsavo Highways
Tsavo Highway is a five-piece Americana rock band from Buffalo,NY. With original music written to complement the group’s sound as a whole, the music is centered around shredding guitar riffs, funky bass lines, groovy drum beats, and a loud, bitchin ‘female vocalist. The group takes influence from Phish, The Grateful Dead, Tedeschi Trucks Band, and Led Zeppelin to name a few. Tsavo Highway puts on exciting and high-energy shows with a high level of musicianship and some pretty heady jams.Each show, set list, and song is different from night to night. The group has played 25 shows in only 1 year, and has shared the stage with bands like Thank You Scientist, Shira Elias, and  J. Wail Live Band; feat. artists; Natalie Cressman (of Trey Anastasio Band), Kito B. (of Particle), and Scott Hannay (of Mihali Band).
SWAYS has been together since February of 2016, based out of Niagara Falls, NY. The group consists of two guitarists, Andrew Bieniek & Zach Tilton, bassist Matthew Catanese and drummer Matthew Melcher. Their influences include Radiohead, Incubus, Explosions in the Sky and Tool. Their style and sound reflect multiple genres. They have one full length album release and multiple singles and their music can be found on all major streaming platforms. Their live show includes a driving rhythm section, ambient guitar work and melodic vocals.


Deadwolf, a band with an abundance of star quality that is easily matched by the talent of the musicians as writers, arrangers, performers and record-makers. Tyler Mendola, Cody Morse, Bryan Williams, Ken Shockley and Andy Pothier have been at it for a minute – Deadfwolf’s debut full-length, “Heavy Heart,” came out in 2017. A three-song EP dropped last year, and underlined the band’s ability to blend psychedelia, garage rock and a swirling post-modernism that fans of Mercury Rev, Tame Impala, the Flaming Lips and certain corners of the vast King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard will find appealing.

Buffalo Iron Works
49 Illinois St Buffalo, NY 14203

Doors: 7:00pm
Show: 8:00pm
Tickets: $12 ADV/$15 DOS
Ages: 18+