The group Weezer is set to perform at the Central Wharf along the Erie Canal Harbor on Friday, July 13.
The group has been performing since forming in Los Angeles in 1992.
The Buffalo Place news release says "Weezer has gone from nerdy alt-rock heroes to cult figures to arena-filling superstars. Their string of hits stretching from 1994 to today are instantly recognizable and include mega hits like 'Undone -- the Sweater Song,' 'Buddy Holly,' 'Beverly Hills,' and 'Pork and Beans.' Critics categorize the band as alt rock, power pop, pop punk, and even indie rock, but music lovers everywhere simply refer to them as their favorite band."
Tickets for the show go on sale Friday morning at 10am. They'll cost $35 in advance and $40 the day of the show. Tickets will be available at Buffalo Place, Inc at 671 Main St. in downtown Buffalo. Tickets are also available at www.tickets.com, and to charge by phone, call 1-888-223-6000.
No coolers or alcoholic beverages are allowed on the concert grounds. Food, beer, wine coolers, and soft drinks will be available for purchase.
The concert is part of the "Buffalo Place Rocks the Harbor" concert series, which also includes the Sam Roberts Band and Grace Potter & the Nocturnals on Friday, June 29th, Feist on Sunday, July 15th, The J Geils Band on Friday, August 31st, and LL Cool J featuring DJ Z-Trip on Saturday, September 1st.
The concert series also includes the Sam Roberts Band and Grace Potter and the Nocturnals on Friday, June 29.