“Tunes in the Tent” Resumes on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus July 7

“Tunes in the Tent” Resumes on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus July 7

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE/July 5, 2016                                                       

For more information, contact: Susan Kirkpatrick, skirkpatrick@bnmc-old.local



“Tunes in the Tent” Resumes on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus July 7

BNMC Presents Free Lunch Time Concert Series Featuring Local Musicians Employed
on the Medical Campus


What: The Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, Inc. will resume  “Tunes in the Tent,” its popular lunchtime concert series, each Thursday at noon in the heart of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.  The 6-week concert series will feature local bands, all of which include at least one Medical Campus employee. The free concert is open to the public and all are encouraged to grab lunch and enjoy these talented employees and other local musicians performing original music and popular favorites every Thursday this summer!

Where: At the corner of Ellicott and Virginia Streets on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, (across from Hauptman Woodward Institute at 700 Ellicott Street)

When: Every Thursday at noon, beginning July 7th and running through August 11th

Who: Medical Campus employees, visitors and any one who lives or works near the Medical Campus is invited to join the fun! All are encouraged to bring lunch or take advantage of local food trucks that will offer lunch options on-site to enjoy with the tunes!

Line Up:        The Larkin Plan/July 7

The Wilde’s/July 14

Rick Jameson/July 21

Ten Cent Howl/July 28

Nelson Rivera & Jazz Conception/August 4

Theresa Quinn Trio/August 11              

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