One of the most iconic music venues in Buffalo is closing its doors by the end of the month.

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WKBW-TV is reporting on an announcement made by the management of the Tralf Music Hall that they are ending their operations on May 28, 2021.

The announcement, which was made via the Tralf's Facebook page, said they were closing because their lease had ended and would not be renewed due to the fact that the owner of the building the music hall is located in is repurposing the space. That announcement continued to say that 622 Main Street in Buffalo, where the hall is located, will be converted to residential living space.

The Tralf Music Hall's management team has announced that all pending shows have subsequently been canceled. If you have a ticket to a show that was upcoming, you can obtain a refund from the point of purchase. The Tralf box office is open on Monday and Friday only, from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Thought of by many as the best sounding music room in Buffalo, the Tralf Music Hall started its historic run as the Tralfamadore Café in 1975. The music venue started in a basement near the corner of Main Street and Fillmore Avenue in Buffalo's Central Park Neighborhood.

From concerts to parties and comedy shows, some of the best events have been held at The Tralf. I can truly say I had some of the best times of my life in The Tralf and I will truly miss walking up those stairs to get inside the place.

At the end of May 2021 the legendary Tralf Music Hall stage will fall silent. After fifteen years, our stewardship of...

Posted by Tralf Music Hall on Tuesday, May 11, 2021

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