Beau Fleuve Music and Arts Festival returns for its third year on Sunday August 25 at Silo City in Buffalo for the “Ultimate Sunday Funday.” The festival was created to celebrate the rich history of Buffalo’s art scene and showcase the resurgence of Buffalo art in all forms. For one day only, festival-goers will experience an immersive multi-cultural experience filled with music, food, and art installations.
The festival features three performance stages with more than 30 performers, culture exhibits, a silent disco, a beer-wine garden, and family fun activities that attendees of all ages can enjoy. Located at the heart of the festival, inside the American silos, is the Maison Des Arts stage, which will showcase a performance stage and art installations highlighting a variety of mediums including a live mural painting, photography, and much more. At the Collective Arts Sound Stage, located near the entrance of the festival, fans will be able to experience their favorite bands, graffiti artists, and skateboard pipe dreams. Music performances will span across a diverse array of genres from country and blues to EDM and trap. Highlighted performances from this year include Curtis Lovell, Universal Phunk, Love the Genius, Miller & the Other Sinners, Freak the Mighty and Heather Russel. All of the performances and artists are listed below.
The silent disco is a festival fan favorite and will be held near the river patio, giving fans a scenic backdrop and unique way of experiencing live performances including DJs, spoken word, poets, and musicians. While there are many returning attractions, there are also some new additions to the festival this year. One of these additions is a Next Generation of the Festival Youth Stage, featuring young musicians, poets, artists, and entrepreneurs all under the age of 18.
For more information and tickets visit the website here.