Oh my, we're in for a treat. A stellar line up, featuring: 8} Space Cubs - https://www.facebook.com/SpaceCubs?fref=ts Currently working on her first album, Space Cubs uses a plethora of electronic rhythms, hooks, and loops to lay an ambient, tribal foundation for her thoughtful lyrics & melodies. 9} Colors In The Air - https://www.facebook.com/colorsintheair These guys have been around for awhile, and whenever they play, they create a massive atmosphere of sound that is danceable as well as just a pleasure to witness. 10} Joywave - https://www.facebook.com/joywave?ref=ts&fref=ts Based in Rochester, Joywave is paving their way all across the region. With the recent release of their album, "Koda Vista," Joywave frequents the WNY region as well as NYC. They're ready to win your heart. Check them out! 11} Mosaics - https://www.facebook.com/mosaicsbuffalo?fref=ts One of the newest additions to the Buffalo music scene, and they are putting a dent in it! Taking the best elements from all members' past projects creates a wall of passion that you will most definitely enjoy. Doors open at 7. Tickets are $8 presale and can be bought from any band members or just email firstname.lastname@example.org (we will deliver!) $10 at the door. There is a fee by the venue at the door of $2 for anyone that is under 21. --------------------------------- Brought to you by Tiny Blue Entertainment: https://www.facebook.com/TinyBlueEntertainment?fref=ts
CITA will be performing at 8 pm.
CITA will be performing from 1pm- 3pm
COLORS IN THE AIR opening for the TREWS. Doors at 7 pm
Sounds Like: Coldplay, One Republic, Our Lady Peace, The Fray, Incubus
Bio: With the direction to play for the masses and the pride of maintaining their sound, Colors In The Air is constantly evolving as the year’s progress. From the start, CITA has had the intentions of steering clear of a “one month famous pop act” and becoming a band true to themselves and to their f...See Full Bio
"Rounding out the opening trio was Lockport’s own Colors in the Air, which took the stage to heavy applause, even though the ever-increasing crowd was itching to see De-Young. Colors in the Air clearly had a hometown following. The band has a smooth, radio-friendly sound a la Coldplay, and began the set with a nostalgic anthem, “Seeing Stars,” later playing crowd favorites “Going Home” and “No Photographs.”"