TRIPLE REUNION - A HOLIDAY CHARITY CONCERT w/ LAST CONSERVATIVE, The CPX, & SON OF THE SUN
The National & Local Favorites will be holding a One-Night-Only Charity Concert at Buffalo's Legendary Venue.
On Christmas Eve's eve, Wednesday December 23rd 2015, Buffalo's own Mohawk Place will be host to a reunion of three of Buffalo's favorite bands to help raise money for local children during the Holidays.
Last Conservative, fronted by T.J. Zindle, started in the Late 90's and found immediate success both locally and nationally. Followed up by major shows and tours across the U.S. And Canada with bands like The Counting Crows, Jimmy Eat World, All-American Rejects, and The Goo Goo Dolls.
Son Of The Sun, described as "melodically detailed rock," was one of the most popular bands in the Western New York area for the better part of 6 years. Started by critically acclaimed Singer/Songwriter Zak Ward, The Buffalo News even named them a "band to watch" in 2009.
The CPX (formerly "The Country-Punk Extravaganza!") tore through the city of Buffalo for over four years with a unique blend of Outlaw Country and Punk Rock before it was cool again. Fronted by Buffalo Music Award winning vocalist/fiddler Katie Panfil Clark and Artvoice Best Male Vocalist nominee Andrew J. Reimers, The CPX is getting back together for one night to help raise money for Variety, The Children's Charity who delivers critical life-saving equipment and services, healthcare and well-being to individual children and children's health organizations.
Pre-Sale Tickets are available at Mohawk Place and at expected to sell out quickly.
Son Of The Sun
Wednesday, December 23, 2015
Buffalo's Mohawk Place
47 E. Mohawk St
Buffalo, NY 14203
7:00 PM doors
Five Dollar minimum, but you can donate more!
A portion of proceeds from the door will be donated to Variety, The Childrens Charity