You might have headed out to Chippewa St. this weekend for the return of Buffalo Bills’ block parties, but this might have been the best place to watch the Bills clinch their first away win of the season -- if not the best place, then it was a close second. 

Borderland, a two day music festival, returned to Knox Farm State Park over the weekend, featuring artists like Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, The Revivalists, and Hiss Golden Messenger. And while people were excited about the festival, Bills Mafia showed up on Day 2 of the festival on football Sunday to represent their squad as they went against the Miami Dolphins. 

“SQUISH THE FISH” chants could be heard as a soft undertone to the music festival, but as you followed the chants, it quickly turned into a loud roar echoing around a big screen surrounded by members of the mafia. 

The final score was 35-0, and with every touchdown scored, a small (but mighty) marching band would strut to the folks around the big screen and hype up the crowd. 

Watch a clip of the marching band hyping up the members of the Bills Mafia at the Borderland music festival. 

Even if you were not able to make it to Borderland, you can’t help but feel excited for the Buffalo Bills this season. 

Although it was not captured on video, the Bills Shout Song also made an appearance (but that is to be expected, right?).

The Bills will be at home on Sunday, Sept. 26 against the Washington Football Team, and if you are unable to snag tickets, you can watch it on FOX.

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