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AV Hit List: Top Event Picks for This Week

Thu 2/25 Randle and the Late Night Scandals

Tudor Lounge 8pm, free

Come experience lead singer Amanda lead her band on a rollicking trip through funk, R&B and whatever else they’re in the mood for. The Tudor Lounge is Buffalo’s perfect dive bar. If you can’t feel comfortable at the Tudor you’re in need of chiropractor or something to loosen you up.

Sat 2/27 Electric Watermelon

Mr. Goodbar 9pm $5

Electric Watermelon does the jam band thing better than most. Definitely worth spending a few beers time with these guys.

FRI 2/26 Heart of Darkness

Milkies, 8pm, $10

A celebration of techno, guest DJ’s include Nebula, Diskomaster, Der Tiefenmesser, Nekrotique, Armageddon Party, Daha Greene, and Dharma Doctor. Limited capacity, so show up early stay late.

Sat 2/27 Winter Orchid Show

Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens, 10am-5pm, $5/$9

Along with their fantastic collection of cymbidiums, they will showcase a gorgeous collection of orchids in bloom. The Niagara Frontier Orchid Society will attend to answer questions and give advice. Orchids and supplies will be for sale from various vendors.

SAT 2/27 A Symphonic Tribute to John Denver

Kleinhans Music Hall, 8pm, $34.50+

The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra salutes music legend John Denver. John Morris Russel will conduct the orchestra. Jim Curry, the featured voice in CBS movie Take Me Home: The John Denver Story, will perform the vocals.

SUN 2/28 Carnival Kids Steel Drum Orchestra

Hamburg United Methodist Church, 3pm-5pm, $10

Led by Director Ken Kowalski, the Lancaster High School Carnival Kids Steel Drum Orchestra will perform in concert. If you’ve ever seen these kids perfom at the M&T Plaza Series you know they really rock.

SUN 2/28 szelest fest 2

Sportsmans Tavern 3pm

Americana Music Foundation celebrates the life of the fabulous Stan Szelest. Great players and far too many to mention. Here’s a few: Doug Yeomans, Ronnie Davis, Jim Beishline, Doug Morgano, Willie Shoellkopf, and more.