The 2015 Buffalove Music Festival is set to take place in less than a week, June 18-20, at North Fork Music Park in Warsaw, NY. The Festival, which is in its third year is seeming to really be the talk of this side of the state. The lineup is stacked and the projected amount of people RSVP’ing to the event is closing in on two-thousand people who would double last years attendance. Cody Conway, the man behind the event and Buffalive Productions. He and his team have certainly taken what was something much smaller, and starting to make the festival a real contender in the state of New York.
The lineup consists of some heavy hitters with Aqueous, Dopapod, Kung Fu, Particle and Pink Talking Fish to name a few. What also is being looked forward to is the AquaPod set, it will feature a special set with members of both Aqueous and Dopapod. As big as the top bands are the remaining bands are also no joking matter with names like Funktional Flow, Formula 5 and Mister F who have been past members of the Buffalove family and draw a lot back to the festival. There is even more great bands from around the region throughout the three days so be prepared for some great talent all three days. With any music festival its much about the scene as it is about the music and this year with the event being at an all new venue with the North Fork Music Park. It is a bigger space than last year and is able to have a much broader amount of activities with swimming, disc golf, yoga, jam stages, vendors and craft workshops.
What’s also great about this festival is the unbelievable value you get with the ticket price. For a limited time you can still get tickets for $65, which will gain you access for all three days, includes camping as well as parking for the event that boasts over 30 bands. You will not want to miss this event.
Tickets can be purchased through these following outlets for $65 advance or $85 Day of show
Here is the full schedule of times, with three stages all in close proximity and everything set to go you won’t miss much, it all jives well together unlike larger festivals.