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The Cinematics present Tarantino Night at Revolution Gallery

We’re always on the lookout for fun themed events, especially this time of year with Halloween season upon us. One event that we recently came across, which sounds pretty cool, is Tarantino Night at Revolution Gallery.

On Thursday, October 18, The Cinematics will take the stage, performing hit songs from Quentin Tarantino films. Members of the audience are invited to dress up as their favorite Tarantino character (30 years of movie making to consider), as projections are displayed, and dialogue is rehashed. 

The Cinematics is a band made up of experienced Buffalo musicians and flashy newcomers that play movie soundtracks to visual backgrounds.

If you’ve never been to one of Revolution Gallery’s live music dance events, then this is your chance. The gallery has the perfect space for dancing, and there’s even a bar! It’s part gallery, part bar, and part dance club. There’s really nothing else like it in Buffalo, especially when you add the sounds of The Cinematics, as they play your favorite songs from classic Tarantino film soundtracks.

The Cinematics present Tarantino Night at Revolution Gallery

Thursday, October 18, 2018

Revolution Gallery | 1419 Hertel Avenue | Buffalo, NY 14216-2826

7pm to 11pm

Doors @7pm | $5 cover | 2 sets of Tarantio Movie Soundtrack Classics

See Facebook event page for further details

For more inspiration, check out this YouTube video (lead image)

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