If you’ve checked out Cobblestone Live in either of its first two installments, you know the organizers have a good thing cooking downtown with this modest-sized music festival. On Wednesday, they released their initial artist lineup featuring Langhorne Slim and the Lost at Last Ban, Aqueous, Joywave, Billy Strings, and Sloan.
Also on the bill are a mix of local and national acts including TAUK, Thunderpussy, Black Caviar, Tropidelic, the Sadies, Kat Wright, Soul Patch, HOT POT, Funktional Flow, Mikey Palermo B2B B-Rad, Workingman’s Dead, PA Line, Rufus Gibson, Tim Britt Band, the Tins, Nate Howell B2B Dave Sif, Witty Tarbox, Mom Said No., EERIE, Blaise Mercedes, Alex McArthur, Ellen Degenerate, Brian Lech, and Buffalo’s Women of Country.
New this year is a host of non-musical programming including alpacas, a dunk tank, and a spaghetti parm eating competition presented by Chef’s, among many other attractions, as the festival continues to grow and stay true to its roots. Tickets start at only $20.
This year’s festival will take place a month later than previous years, on August 2 and 3.