The winter ends and the construction begins in Buffalo. There really are just two seasons here in the 716. The calendar may say there are four but winter and construction season seem to be the main two.

Starting on your ride in to work and for the next 8 months, there will be some delays and construction headaches to watch out for. The State Department of Transportation says the Buffalo Sewer Authority will start doing utility work on Broadway between Elk Street and Oak Street. Motorists can get the latest information on this project by downloading the 511NY mobile app or visiting 511NY.org.

There is a big summer of entertainment ahead for Western New York. The Buffalo Bisons opening day is scheduled for this Tuesday and there are a slew of concerts and festivals coming to the area.

It was just announced this past week that world famous cellist, Yo-Yo Ma will be in Buffalo this fall as well. Ma was last in Buffalo back in 2013 and tickets for the concert will go on sale to the general public this Summer. But, seats are available right now for 2022-2023 orchestra season subscribers.

The summer and fall of 2022 in Buffalo will possibly be the best we have seen. With shows every week, from every genre from now until the Holidays, Buffalo could be considered the new live music capital of the Northeast!

Be prepared for the delays and construction and keep an eye out for the crews working. A reminder to slow down in the work zones this spring and summer!

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