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Rockin’ At The Knox featuring Our Lady Peace and Collective Soul with guest Tonic

It’s time to get rockin’ at one of the greatest concert venues in all of Buffalo – the Albright-Knox Art Gallery!

“Rockin’ 2017 features acclaimed alternative rock bands Our Lady Peace and Collective Soul with special guest, Tonic.”

“Two of my favourite songs of the era were Superman’s Dead by Our Lady Peace and One More Astronaut by I Mother Earth. These tracks became embedded in by brain. I cranked the radio every time they came, and I carried the albums containing them with me in my portable CD case anywhere I went.” – Jamie Taylor (ConcertAddicts.com)

“Collective Soul gained a special place in the hearts of music lovers when they burst onto the scene in 1993 with the rock anthem “Shine.” The Atlanta-based band has since been cranking out hits and providing fans with amazingly high-energy live shows for over two decades.” – Bart Pfankuch (Rapid City Journal)

The show is this Thursday, June 29, from 6pm to 11pm, held on the grounds of the Albright-Knox. Considered “WNY’s favorite summer event” due to the fabulous surroundings and the caliber of the acts that are booked. On Thursday, it’s your chance to catch, up close and personal, acclaimed alternative rock bands Our Lady Peace and Collective Soul, with special guest, Tonic.

Tickets are $45 general admission, and $42 for Albright-Knox Members. 

Food and beverage vendors will be onsite throughout the concert. The AK will have t-shirts and swag for sale, and all attendees will receive a souvenir poster.

For further information, click here.

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Parking for general admission ticket holders is available at Buffalo State College in lots R-14 and G-20, adjacent to Grant Street.

Lead image: Our Lady Peace (Photograph by Ashley Osborn) | Collective Soul – Courtesy of the band

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