The Beat Music Festival

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Event Date(s): Fri, 08/15/2014 - 7:00pm - Sat, 08/16/2014 - 11:59pm
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Beat Fest

Live music at a beautiful outdoor venue in the rolling hills of Cattaraugus's amish country August 15th and 16th.  Bands start at 7pm and include The Beat Music Festival began in 2004 as a place where people could gather for great music and build a community that cares for each other and the earth. Awareness and funds have been raised over the years for a variety of issues facing the people of Buffalo while enjoying our natural bounty in western New York.

Today the event survives as a great annual party with nice people and excellent music. If you've ever been to the Beat Fest, please consider coming back for a reunion and newcomers please come and have a great time with us! Proceeds benefit our good friends at Go Bike Buffalo.  Prices are reasonable and camping is available also. 

Friday:
Blood Thirsty Vegans
The Observers

Saturday:
Rod Horning Project - 2 pm
The Heavenly Chillbillies | Blues from Buffalo, NY 5:30
Jony James Band - 8 pm

Tickets are $30 and available at the door. No Flying Bison this year but we're working on a replacement.

BEAT stands for “Buffalo Environmental Action Team.” We began in the spring of 2004 as a dedicated group of people working towards healing our environment and celebrating music, nature, and community in the rolling hills of the southern tier.

* Please be advised there will not be food available so please come prepared.

Breezy Hill Land Rules

1. No pets or fireworks, no exceptions
2. Leave no trace
3. No bottles or glass containers
4. Under 18 you must be accompanied by an adult
5. No driving after drinking alcohol or after dark

For more information on this event please visit http://facebook.com/beatfest

This event will be held at:

Breezy Hill
10458 Chautauqua Road
New Albion, NY 14719
United States
42° 17' 22.2216" N, 78° 53' 22.128" W
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