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Buffalo's Tailor Made Music Festival postponed until November

Time for patience, Buffalo rap lovers.

Fanbassador concert Tailor Made Music Festival, featuring rising hip-hop star Juice Wrld and scheduled for RiverWorks Oct. 13, has been pushed back to Nov. 21 due to "unfortunate circumstances," organizers announced. The venue, at 359 Ganson St., will remain the same for the rescheduled date.

All tickets purchased for Saturday's show will be honored for Nov. 21, a Wednesday, while refunds will be granted at the point of purchase. Tickets for the November show, which are $55 general admission via, are available now.

The premise of the Fanbassador concert series is for fans to vote for the performers they'd like to see on the bill in addition to the pre-chosen headliner. Selected for the 2018 show were Ski Mask the Slump God, Hefe Bossup, Eric Cerminara and Hitch Burney.

Look back at Smiles from last year's Fanbassador show here.

For other things to do in Buffalo this weekend, see The 10.


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