2022 is really turning into the year of amazing events, concerts, and shows, and now there is another great show to add to your summer 2022 to-do list.

Fresh off of rocking that Summer Jam Main Stage, Benny The Butcher is coming back to Buffalo for his first performance in the City since 2019.

In addition to Summer Jam, The Butcher has rocked Coachella and also had a nationwide 10-city US Tour that had the crew crisis crossing the nation.

Benny, and the entire Griselda / Drumworks / B$F crew have taken hip hop by storm over the last few years and have really breathed a breath of fresh air into the rap game. The Butcher's latest release, Tana Talk 4, firmly planted its feet as one of the top 20 albums in the country, with production by Daringer, The Alchemist, Beat Butcha, and featured verses by J.Cole, Diddy, Conway, Westside Gunn, and 38 Spesh.

The Buffalo show is scheduled for Thursday, July 21, 2022, at the Showplace Theater located at 1065 Grant Street in Buffalo's Black Rock neighborhood. Tickets are available and on sale now starting at $50. There are different levels of tickets available, from general admission to VIP with a table, bottle service, and private restrooms. Meet and Greet tickets are also available.

You can find tickets online via TicketWeb or the Showplace Theater website. You can also grab physical tickets from Doris Records on East Ferry and at King City.

As a huge fan and supporter of Buffalo hip hop, I am really looking forward to this show. It's just another date to add to my to-do list. You can keep up with this, and other tours, on the WBLK Ultimate Guide to every Rap and R&B show in Western York in 2022.

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