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Back-to-back days of celebration can be a lot to handle. Easter typically brings baskets of chocolate bunnies (with odd expressions) and jelly beans, family meals with heaps of ham, and the awkward cutting of a cute butter lamb. Dyngus Day immediately follows with awkward squirt gun and pussywillow flirting, a longer parade route and a chance to revel with Polish bee…

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Marc Rebillet, 8 p.m. April 19, Buffalo Iron Works (49 Illinois St.), $15. Viral electro musician and producer Marc Rebillet will ride his recent buzz into a gig at Buffalo Iron Works. The Dallas-born loop artist, better known as Loop Daddy to his growing legion of fans, has been spending the better part of the last three years gaining a cult following through sharin…

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Fleet Foxes, 6:30 p.m. July 27, Artpark Amphitheater (450 S. Fourth St., Lewiston), $41-$46. Seattle's lush and harmony-rich indie-folk act Fleet Foxes will make its much-anticipated return to the area with an engagement at Artpark, the band's first area performance since 2008. Following the release of its triumphant second album, the 2012 Grammy nominated "Helplessn…

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OHMME, 7 p.m. May 4, Mohawk Place (47 E. Mohawk St.), $8. Experimental indie duo OHMME is set to make its Buffalo debut Friday at Mohawk Place. A mainstay of the Chicago music scene boasting working credits with the likes of Chance the Rapper, Vic Mensa and Whitney already on its resume, the pair just finished touring with Wilco frontman and fellow Illinois musician …

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In The Valley Below, 7 p.m. July 14, Waiting Room (334 Delaware Ave.), $15-$18. Sultry electro-pop duo In The Valley Below, which has made Buffalo a regular spot while on tour, will be back in town for its latest local gig. The Echo Park, Calif., band has been getting some major mileage out of its breakout single "Peaches," the lead-off track to its debut 2013 releas…

With the current Every Time I Die tour leaving Buffalo’s alt-rock cover kings Soul Patch on hiatus, the city’s other premier '90s cover band, Kurt & the Loders, will step up to the plate Friday in Dinosaur Bar-B-Que (301 Franklin St.). Known for covering full albums by alternative heavyweights Pearl Jam, Foo Fighters, Radiohead and Weezer, the band will present an unp…

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It’s fairly safe to state that Canalside now stands as Buffalo’s front lawn for summer activities, live music or otherwise. Shaggy and Sam Roberts concerts have split time over the last three months with Zumba classes, kayak runs and snapshots with Shark Girl. From 5 to 8 p.m. today, the waterfront promenade will stake its claim on fall, too, when 97 Rock hosts Buffalo’s …