*CANCELED* KERFUFFLE 20-20 ANNOUNCE PARTY: New Politics, Michigander & Marquee Grand

From 107.7 Alternative Buffalo: The safety and well-being of our listeners and community is our top priority. Due to ongoing health concerns around Coronavirus, we have decided to cancel the Kerfuffle Announce Party. We apologize for any inconvenience. Refunds for online purchases will be processed shortly and all in-person purchasers should return to point of purchase. We appreciate your patience as we handle this ongoing issue.

 

Thursday, March 26

107.7 Alternative Buffalo presents: THE KERFUFFLE 20-20 ANNOUNCE PARTY

FEATURING Performances from: New Politics, Michigander & Marquee Grand

6pm Doors, 6:45pm Show

Tickets: Public on sale 2/21 @ 10am – available on Eventbrite.com, and the Babeville Box Office (M-F 11a-5p)

• $20 General Admission Standing:
– Includes admission to show and first look at Kerfuffle 2020 date and lineup!

• $40 VIP Package includes:
– Early entry at 5PM
– pre-party downstairs in the 9th Ward including: Photo meet and greet with New Politics, Michigander & Marquee Grand
– pizza
– private access to cash bar
– private acoustic performance from #DiscoverAndDownload artist Mallrat

About this Event
Join the #AltFamily for the Official Kerfuffle 2020 Announce Party on Thursday, March 26th at Babeville, featuring live performances from Kerfuffle alumni, New Politics, newcomer, Michigander, and Buffalo locals, Marquee Grand! We invite you to be the first to hear all the details for Buffalo’s biggest summer concert event – Kerfuffle 2020!

Tickets are just $20, or upgrade to VIP for $40 to get early entry and bar access, meet and greets with all the bands, complimentary pizza, and more. Don’t miss the biggest announcement of the year!

New Politics

World renowned alternative rock band New Politics celebrates their 10th anniversary with rediscovery and reinvention. Formed in 2009 and consisting today of Danish-born members David Boyd, Søren Hansen, and NY native Louis Vecchio, New Politics strikes again their highly anticipated fifth album, “An Invitation to an Alternate Reality.”

New Politics obliterated the alternative rock scene with smash hit “Harlem” in 2013. An ear worm of a song, the track presently boasts nearly 45 million streams on Spotify alone and peaked at number 5 on Alternative Radio. The band’s discography consists of four studio albums to date including hit singles “Everywhere I Go” and “Tonight You’re Perfect.”

The group is not only accomplished in recorded music but also widely embraced in the synch space and known for their critically acclaimed live shows. The sounds of New Politics can be heard in multiple trailers for Frozen, placements on ESPN and commercial spots for major brands such as Bud Light, Microsoft, Doritos, and more.

Having cut their teeth live supporting the likes of P!nk, Panic! at the Disco, Twenty One Pilots, 30 Seconds to Mars, Fall Out Boy, and 311, their live performance chops are refined, resulting in an epic live experience. An event for the ages, New Politics recently announced their 23-city co-headlining tour with fellow altrock powerhouses The Mowglis and Plain White Tees, running through November and December 2019

Michigander

Even if you’re not from the Midwest, it might remind you of home. The lakes, the plains, and the woods welcome visitors with a palpable warmth proudly shared by the locals. The area maintains its reputation as the “Heartland” for a reason—it holds the beating heart of America.

Michigander emanates this spirit, delivering uplifting anthems lifted even higher by six-string fireworks, empowering lyrics, and understated arena ambition. Garnering 3 million-plus streams and the acclaim of NPR, Paste, NME, Metro Times and more by 2019, the sonic alter ego of Michigan native, singer, producer, and guitarist Jason Singer bottles the feeling of the region on the 2019 EP, Where Do We Go From Here [C3 Records].

Marquee Grand

Since the release of their debut single in 2018, Marquee Grand has brought a refreshingly modern style to Buffalo’s music scene. With alt rock influences spanning the past few decades, these Buffalo natives stand out above the rest.


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Date/Time
Date(s) - 03/26/2020
6:45 pm

Address
341 Delaware Avenue
Buffalo
New York
14202
United States