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This is an elite concert and festival weekend in Buffalo, as it's entirely reasonable to hit four major happenings in the span of three days. For those who acted fast for the sold-out Taste of Country, that accounts for Friday night, with a prospective doubleheader of Juneteenth and Thin Man's Summer Solstice a diverse selection on Saturday. Cap the weekend with Death C…

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Sure, we're in the throes of winter, but looking ahead to warm-weather concerts is a perfectly healthy form of escapism. Tickets for five solid area shows - from country to Swedish death metal - go on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 8, and we're here to pass along the information. Zac Brown Band Who: Grizzly Zac Brown and his band return to Darien - separate from the Country Meg…

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The Buffalo summer concert schedule is quickly becoming overwhelming. With recent and frequent concert announcements by the major venues, and much more to follow down the pipeline, it's easy to lose track of all of the great shows set to be presented this summer season, so we thought a refresher course may be in order. Western New York's go-to summer music hotspot Darie…

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Zac Brown Band's return to the area falls during a major summer holiday weekend. The country artist will perform at 7 p.m. July 3 at Darien Lake Performing Arts Center (9993 Allegheny Road, Darien). Drake White & the Big Fire open. Tickets are $42.50 to $78.50 reserved, $32.50 lawn and $98 for a lawn four-pack and go on sale at 10 a.m. March 4 through LiveNation.com, …

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The Zac Brown Band concert, originally scheduled for Aug. 6 at the Darien Lake Performing Arts Center, has been changed due to a scheduling conflict. The new date is Aug. 16.All tickets for the original date will be honored for the new Aug. 16 show. Refunds are available at point-of-purchase. Tickets are $42.50-$78.50 reserved seating and $38.50 lawn through Ticketmaster a…

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For the Zac Brown Band unenlightened, here’s a hippie-for-hillbilly reference point: Imagine a modern-day Grateful Dead, but trade the tie-dye for cowboy boots. Or liken it to Jimmy Buffett and his partying Parrotheads. In showcasing the abilities of his six-man band, the bearded, top-hatted Brown even has a streak of Bruce Springsteen and E Street. Traces of each of thos…