Get ready for Rick Ross to hit the stage in Buffalo this summer. The show was originally scheduled to happen in July 2020, but the coronavirus pandemic prevented it from taking place. It was then rescheduled to today, Saturday, August 7, 2021, at Canalside, but now the location has been moved. It will now be happening at the Lakeside Event Complex, located at 825 Fuhrmann Blvd. in Buffalo, instead of Canalside. Gates open at 5 pm. If you bought tickets for the previous show date or location, those tickets will be honored, so you don't have to worry about doing anything. People under the age of 16 years old are allowed to attend, but only with a parent or adult guardian. The promoter recommends carpooling, public transportation or ride-sharing, as parking options are limited at the Outer Harbor. There will be parking available at 325 Fuhrmann Blvd. if you don't mind walking.

Multi-platinum recording artist and grammy nominee Rick Ross is taking over the stage at the Buffalo Waterfront for Summer Jam! ~ Concert promoter via Eventbrite

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The following will not be permitted at the show:

-Smoking
-Outside food and beverage
-Weapons
-Umbrellas
-Bicycles
-Chairs

According to a press release from the promoter of the show, currently, about half of the tickets have been sold, so you can still purchase one. They are available online via Eventbrite.

I'm so glad that live music is back. That is definitely one of the things we really enjoy in Buffalo, especially outside, when the weather is nice. I've seen Rick Ross a couple of times, so the show should be great.

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