Concert season is almost here, and we couldn’t be more excited. It’s been a looong time since many of us packed up the car with our friends and our coolers to see one of our favorite bands. 

In addition to Taste Of Country, plus Kenny Chesney at CMAC, Morgan Wallen, Dierks Bentley, and Thomas Rhett all coming to Darien Lake this summer and Garth Brooks (!!!) at Highmark Stadium (!!!), we’ve got one more sweet show to look forward to for this summer…

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Country music superstars Little Big Town are coming to OUR town.

(Sorry... I couldn't help myself.)

Little Big Town, the foursome behind jams like “Boondocks” and “Girl Crush”, are back on tour and making a much-hyped appearance right here in Western New York. 

The band’s “The Bandwagon” tour will stop at Seneca Allegany Resort and Casino’s outdoor venue on Friday, August 5th at 8pm. Tickets will go on sale this Friday, May 27th at noon, or if you’re a member of Little Big Town’s Social Club, you’ll be able to snag your tickets starting on Wednesday (May 25th).  Keep in mind that this show is rain or shine, so be sure to throw an umbrella in your bag (but come on, would a little rain stop us from seeing LBT? Nah).

Together since 1998, Little Big Town has amassed nine CMA Awards, eight ACM Awards, four Grammys, dozens of hits on the charts, and millions of fans around the globe. Now, their Western New York devotees will get to see them live and in person.

Little Big Town is just one of many events coming to Seneca Allegany and Seneca Niagara this summer. They also recently announced that Sammy Hagar & The Circle will be playing the very next night at Seneca Allegany on August 6th, and Lionel Richie and Lynyrd Skynrd will be taking the stage at Seneca Niagara on August 26th and 27th, respectively.

Get pumped up to see Little Big Town live by checking out their latest bop, “Hell Yeah”...

Here are some more Buffalo-area concerts to look forward to in 2022...

Buffalo Country Music Concerts in 2022

Concerts in Buffalo, NY? Here is a list of the shows coming to the Buffalo and Rochester area, such as Morgan Wallen, Keith Urban, Thomas Rhett and Luke Bryan.