By: Katy Siwirski

The weather may be cooling down here in Buffalo, but the concert line-ups are still coming in hot. Fans from a variety on genres can be entertained this fall by various artist visiting our lovely city. Read about some of the upcoming events below to find the right show for you!Get ready, Buffalo! Post Malone will be livening up the party in Buffalo at the Keybank Center on Sunday, October 6.

Phil Collins

Rapper, singer, and songwriter Austin Richard Post originates from Syracuse, New York, and has blown up the music scene over the past several years. Post began his early career in smaller, lesser known metal bands, and would slowly transition from there. For me, this is where a lot of my respect for this artist comes from. He developed himself from a less mainstream standpoint and moved his way up in the music world. He was also voted “Most Likely to Become Famous” in high school. His upcoming show here should be a pretty exciting time, to say the least. Unfortunately, this party comes with a hefty price tag. Tickets for this show start at $49, and can range up to $399. This does not include any addition

al fees. Do you and your wallet have what it takes to enjoy this show? Let us know!

Carrie Underwood

Get your cowboy hat and boots, Buffalo! Carrie Underwood will be at the Keybank Center on Sunday, October 13. The country star is making a stop here for The Cry Pretty Tour 360, in eager anticipation of her new album that dropped on September 14. As most of us know, Carrie Underwood won the fourth season of American Idol, making her breakthrough well-known. She was the first country artist to debut at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. She has also sold 70 million records worldwide, and is the highest-certified country album artists to debut in the 21st century. Tickets for her tour begin at $41.50, and can range up to $91.50 for seats. For this special set-up, tickets for the floor can range from $120-$500, depending on where you would like to be. This country artist’s astounding success should make this show worth it. Let us know if it was for you!

Get ready to celebrate the 20 year anniversary of the alternative rock band Taking Back Sunday during a two-night special on Halloween at Buffalo Riverworks. This is a throwback in time for today’s “emo” generation. The band has done break-thru singles throughout the years, “MakeDamnSure” being the most commonly known one. Their album, “Louder Now,” sold over 900,000 copies, and peaked at number 2 on the Billboard 200, surpassing the band’s previous peak for their album “Where You Want to Be.” This spectacular two-night event begins at $35 per night, and does not include any additional service fees. VIP options are also available for $160, and include lots of fun goodies from the band. Does your inner emo kid have what it takes to enjoy this show on the spookiest of weekends? Give us a response, and let us know.

Remember, just because summer has come to an end, does not mean that the concerts have to, as well! If these bigger shows are too much for your wallet, be sure to contact Greg Burt at FTMP Events for some local shows with some well-known names. I know a few that I will be attending! Remember, bands always start off local, and it is crucial to support them now, so that they remember their long-time supporters once they are big and famous! Find some of these events on FTMP Event’s Facebook page, as well as on their website. Be sure to check out some of the other ones listed to the left of this article, too. As always, have fun and be safe during the most ghoulish of months!

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