Beau Fleuve Music & Arts Festival, a locally produced, multi-cultural and arts festival is set to launch a Monthly Concert & Arts Series entitled “ARTS & BEATS” for 2019 at Imagine Event Center.
It’ll be held on FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1st, 2019 7:00pm to 10:00pm at Imagine Event Center, 71 Military Rd Buffalo, NY
Beau Fleuve Music & Arts Festival is approaching its 3rd Annual festival this summer 2019, Entitled “The Ultimate Sunday Funday”. Beau Fleuve Music and Arts Festival was created to celebrate the rich history of Buffalo’s arts scene and illuminate the resurgence of all forms of music , art , media and culture that resonates in and from Buffalo & WNY for one day only under one roof. Festival goers will have a true multi-cultural experience
“ARTS & BEATS” First Friday’s Concert & Art Series set for 2019. Beau Fleuve Music & Arts is set to launch its monthly first Friday’s concert and art series at the new Imagine Events Center in Buffalo, New York. Arts & Beats will feature emerging local acts and national recording artist each month along with featured art installations, poetry-spoken word, food trucks and beverage tastings.
As Beau Fleuve is known for its wide selection of musical genres from R&B to Blue Grass to Latin to Hip Hop to Country and more. This same formula as its annual festival will be displayed each month during the series.
FEBRUARY 1st LINEUP will include music by CURTIS LOVELL (Neo Soul) , 90z NEPTUNE (R&B Band) , TARYN ( R&B Singer) & MARCHON HAMILITION II (R&B). Spoken Word performed TEN THOUSAND (Nationally renowned Poet). Art Installation & Live Painting by JALEN LAW (National Exhibit Artist). Local Food Truck MAD SAUCES will be on hand to deliver the eats as guest can enjoy an evening of music , arts, culture and great vibes.
Showtime 7pm-10pm. Limited Advance $10 Tickets are available online only at artsxbeats.eventbrite.com. $15 at the Door. More info at @BeauFleuveMusicArts or Beau Fleuve Music Arts (Facebook).
Behind the meaning – BEAU FLEUVE (Buffalo’s Origin Name) It is believed that when the French explored the Buffalo rivers and streams, the area was termed “Beau Fleuve” meaning “beautiful river” describing its magnificent rivers, creeks and waterways. One of our goals is to highlight and embrace Buffalo’s natural beauty and rich history to its residents and visitors.