One of the biggest concerts to ever come to Western New York is almost here, and Buffalonians far and wide are beyond excited to have see a show that's potentially bigger than the Super Bowl.

The 6god himself, Drake, is coming to Buffalo, and he's bringing J.Cole with him for two back-to-back shows at the KeyBank Center in downtown Buffalo. Everyone in attendance will have an amazing time at the Buffalo stop of the It's All a Blur Tour – Big as the What?

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These two shows are sure to leave a huge positive impact on the 716, but before you go, we want to make sure you have the details and everything else you need to know to have a fun and safe time.

Richie Santana
Richie Santana

So, keep these things in mind as you head down to KeyBank Center to see Drake and J. Cole.

Essential Tips To Remember When Going To KeyBank Center For It's All a Blur Tour – Big as the What?

There Are Shows On Back-To-Back Days

The It's All a Blur Tour – Big as the What? is scheduled for two separate shows, on Tuesday, February 27, 2024, and Wednesday, February 28, 2024.

Arrive at the Arena Early

There are always many things to do at the arena before the concert, so getting there early means you won't be rushed and will truly have a chance to enjoy the entire experience. Doors to KeyBank Center are set to open at 6:30 pm on both days, with the show scheduled to start promptly at 8 pm.

Remember The Bag Policy

Like other entertainment venues, KeyBank Center has rules about the size and type of bags you can bring. Please make sure you check that policy ahead of time so you're not caught by surprise.

Remember To Give Yourself Time To Park

There is plenty of parking at KeyBank Center, Harbor Center, and all around the arena. Just remember that 18,000 of your friends might also be coming to the concert, so give yourself plenty of time to find parking.

Take The Subway

If you don't want to deal with driving and parking, consider using the Park-and-ride and hopping on the MetroRail; it's only $5 roundtrip.

Make Sure You Dress Warm

Because it's primarily a hockey arena, it can get a little chilly inside the KeyBank Center. Plus, it's still winter in Buffalo, so even though you'll be indoors most of the time, dress in layers and consider bringing a sweater, jacket, or coat.

The KeyBank Center is Cashless

Whether you want to grab a drink, get something to eat, or grab some merchandise from one of the vendors, don't forget that the arena is cashless, so you need a credit card or other form of payment.

Remember To Have Fun

This is one of the biggest concerts of the year, so make sure you enjoy yourself and have lots of fun.

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Live Nation / OVO

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