Sunset at the Stables Festival in East Aurora Announces Lineup

Sunset at the Stables will return this summer to Knox Farms State Park in East Aurora, 20 miles southeast of Buffalo.

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Sunset at the Stables will be host bands on July 1, 8, 15, and 22 and will feature some of the region’s most talented musicians, with Knox Farms as a backdrop. As well, there will local food and beverages from 42 North Brewing Company. Event producer and 42 North Brewery Founder, John Cimperman, spoke about how excited he is for the festival.

We were thrilled with the response to the music series last summer. It proved to be the ideal venue for a night of music and relaxation. The Stables at Knox Park provides the ideal backdrop to highlight some of the great musical talent from our region.

John Cimperman, Founder, 42 North Brewery

Sunset at the Stables Lineup

July 1 at 6 P.M.- Folkfaces

Folkfaces is a Buffalo-based quartet who are known for their fusion of genres like Americana, folk, blues, and jazz. The band consists of Tyler Westcott (guitar, vocals), Ellen Pieroni (saxophones), Patrick Jackson (upright bass), and Dan Schwach (drums, washboard).


July 8 at 6 P.M- Miller and The Other Sinners

Miller and The Other Sinners is a nationally touring Southern Soul band from Buffalo, NY. Since August of 2015, they have performed over 700 shows across 21 states and Canada from house parties to festivals. They are known for their unforgettable shows and their blend of memphis soul, gospel spirit, and funky rhythm and blues.

Miller and The Other Sinners.

July 15 at 6 P.M- Leroy Townes Band

Leroy Townes Band is an original Buffalo Americana band performing vinyl-era inspired folk-rock with a shot of country.

Juy 22 at 6 P.M- Farrow

Farrow is a funk and soul Buffalo-based band led by producer/bass player André Pilette and singer/lyricist Michael Farrow, with Tim Webb on drums, Cory Clancy on guitar, and Michael Ruopoli on percussion. The band features a group of diverse musicians with an old school sound.

Tickets are onsale now for $20, and some may be at the door for $25 as well, and they can be bought here.

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