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Five things to do in Buffalo: April 30

Breakfast Club #6: '80s Brunch. 11 a.m. Thin Man Brewery, 492 Elmwood Ave. 923-4100.

Munch on brunch while listening to hits from the '80s. Food and music co-mingle in a combination of nostalgia and amazing taste.

International Jazz Day Celebration. 1:30 p.m. PAUSA Art House, 19 Wadsworth St. 697-9075. Free.

Organized by UNESCO, this event brings together jazz musicians and the spirit of jazz from all over the world. Come pay tribute to this great genre right in Buffalo featuring some wonderful local groups.

Rookie of the Year. 6 p.m. Waiting Room, 334 Delaware Ave. 853-5483. $10-$13.

This acoustic indie-rock outfit from North Carolina returns to Buffalo. Fans of pop-punk music will definitely not want to miss this show.

"Me and My Girl.7 p.m. Shaw Festival Theatre, 10 Queen's Parade, Niagara on the Lake Ontario. 511-7429. Tickets start at $28.25.

A musical comedy revolving around Bill Snibson, a Cockney who discovers his royal heritage but may have to shed his old life and love to claim it.

Vesperteen. 7 p.m. Buffalo Iron Works, 49 Illinois St. 200-1893. $10.

Quickly gaining an independent following through streaming services, Colin Rigsby (Vesperteen) brings the punch pop-rock sound of Bleachers and the 1975 to an intimate setting. Be among the first to witness the infectious music of this young artist.

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