Tickets for the Flaming Lips at Artpark will go on sale Friday at 10 a.m.
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2014 Niagara County Fair sticks with tried-and-true attractions
The 2014 Niagara County Fair will be held Wednesday through Sunday at the county fairgrounds, Lake Avenue.
- Former Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony talks Sammy Hagar and fast cars Claudio Zampolli is the person that can be credited with making Tuesday's show at Artpark possible. Billed as "A Journey Through the History of Rock, " the show features what some rock fans may call the better half of Van Halen, or at least the better half of what has been dubbed as "Van Hagar," the temporary marriage of two rock giants of the 1980s that resulted in some amazing music.
- Trio of acts make their triumphant returns They say all good things come in threes so we will be looking at three shows coming to the region this weekend, including a supergroup trio, a band out of Denver and a guy that has Carolina on his mind.
- Temptations set to play Riviera Theatre Even those who are young enough to not have grown up in the Temptations' heyday are still likely to be able to identify one of their hits. Even if they can't say that it was the Temptations who wrote the song, most people know at least some of the words to "My Girl."
- Early tickets for Buffalo Philharmonic concerts now available The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra is offering a chance to lock in your favorite seats to six of the season's highlights.
CALLERI: Two new films highlight the merits of movie stars
In the truly great classic "Sunset Boulevard," the character of Norma Desmond, a faded silent film star, says in reference to her former fame: "I am big, it's the pictures that got small."
- 3 Doors Down close out Wednesday series at Artpark Wednesday Night's 3 Doors Down concert is the final in the 2014 Coors Light Wednesday series, the younger counterpart to the popular Tuesday night series that continues through August.
- Megadeth brings the metal to fans at Artpark It was mega-loud and mega-fast at Artpark Tuesday night as soon as thrash metal pioneers Megadeth hit the stage for a 90-minute set. Dave Mustaine and crew performed to an enthusiastic albeit smaller than usual crowd mostly clad in black clothing.
SLIDESHOW: Sara Bareilles takes the Artpark stage
Pop diva Sara Bareilles was so good that even an hour long rainstorm couldn't drive her fans away.
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