Buffalo’s Most Diverse Music Festival Takes Over The Historical Central Terminal
Every year for the past five years I have had the pleasure to assist and host the amazing Beau Fleuve Music & Arts Festival and every year it is amazing! If you don't know what the festival is let me introduce you to it.
The Beau Fleuve Music & Arts Celebration is an annual internationally recognized one day music and arts celebration in the City of Buffalo that celebrates all genres of music, arts and culture. Beau Fleuve is unique and trendsetting in it's industry with bridging the gap between generations, communities and cultures.
Beau Fleuve Music and Arts Festival was created to celebrate and illuminate the resurgence of all forms of music , art , media and culture that resonates in and from Buffalo and Western New York .
Beau Fleuve is apart of the new Buffalo . The generation of artist , athletes , contributors, DJ's, fashion designers, industry executives and musicians are cultivating their industries globally.
The meaning behind the name Beau Fleuve
It is believed that when the French explored Western New York, the area was termed “Beau Fleuve” meaning “beautiful river” describing its magnificent rivers, creeks and waterways.
One of Beau Fleuve goals is to highlight and embrace Buffalo’s natural beauty and rich history to it’s residents and visitors. The event this year was held at the historic landmark of the Buffalo Central Terminal live in-person Sunday August 29th, 2021.
This year the sky was clear and the weather was perfect. The grounds of the event was drenched with culture, arts and music every way you walked. The food trucks lined up serving smoothies, chicken wings and kabobs.
As I walked down vender row you can see all the talented merchants and art dealers with amazing product like Whats Pop'In Pop Corn and Paint The Down just to name a few.
The artist line up was just as amazing with headliner and Drumwork Music's own Jae Skeese who brought out 7xveTheGenius and Lucky Seven. Other artist that hit the Beau Fleuve stage was Brother Tom Sos, Mom Said No, Billie Essco and Danielle Ponder just to name a few.
The silent disco was hit with a variety of DJs keeping people moving and the Fahrenheit Crew brought the vibes. Over all the Beau Fleuve Music & Art Festival was a amazing. I had. a great time hosting and helping to set the vibes and if you missed it you missed a great time. Don't miss it next year, see the photos below and see for yourself!
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