We're two and a half weeks away from the start of September and just over a month left of summer. We're not trying to rush anything but let's be honest, fall is an elite season that many (and I do mean many) look forward to right around the month of August.

There's a festival you may not have known was taking place that is right around the official start of the fall season in Buffalo.

It's called the Buffalo Hard Cider & Doughnut Festival and it sounds like a dream come true for those who love sampling hard cider and the love the taste of fried doughnuts.

Hard cider, hard seltzer and get this -- over 1,000 doughnut creations will be sampled.

Just some of the doughnuts you can sample include:

  • Maple Bacon
  • Apple Fritter
  • Peanut Butter
  • Fruity Pebbles (no, really)
  • Snickers Supreme
  • Red Velvet

Tickets go on sale on August 25th at noon and the event will take place the weekend of September 18th from 2-8 pm. All those attending must check in at Falley Allen on Allen Street in Buffalo from 2-4 pm.

Hard cider and doughnuts is definitely the best kind of fall festival for adults and it's hard to believe we're just one month away, really, from the fall season.

If you're looking for summer events to do right now, the Erie County Fair is taking place right now and until August 22nd.

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