Live musical entertainment coming to the West Seneca Farmers’ Market

Entertainment will be offered from approximately 5 to 6:30 p.m. during the Thursday markets.Entertainment will be offered from approximately 5 to 6:30 p.m. during the Thursday markets.
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Local singers and musicians will bring their talents to the West Seneca Farmers’ Market throughout July and August, weather permitting. Entertainment will be offered from approximately 5 to 6:30 p.m. during the Thursday markets which run from 4 to 7:30 p.m. on the grassy hill at Union Road and Main Street, adjacent to Town Hall. The market is sponsored by Western New York Federal Credit Union.

Entertainers scheduled to perform at the farmers’ market include the following:

July 1: Grace Greenan

July 8: Nick Osman

July 15: Raymond Lloyd Ball

July 22: Davey O

July 29: West Seneca Lions Celebrate Summer Show

Aug. 5: Connie & Jerry Wendling (Acoustified)

Aug. 12: WS Youth Theatre

Aug. 19: TBA

Aug. 26: Ralph & Tamala Fonda (Porcelain Train)

Additionally, the West Seneca Lions Club recently announced their 2021 music schedule at the Lions Bandshell behind the West Seneca Community Center, just steps away from the farmers’ market. Scheduled to perform at the Summer Concert Series, which begins at 7 p.m. Thursday evenings (unless noted otherwise), are the following:

July 1: Dean Bell Band

July 8: Doug Yeomans

July 15: Terrie George and The Shadows

July 22: The Reminders

July 29: Celebrate Summer Show: Dean Bell (5 p.m.), Terry Buchwald’s Elvis Show

Aug. 5: Barnstorm

Aug. 12: Formula Band

Aug. 19: Crash Cadillac

In the event of rain, the Lions Summer Concert Series will be moved to the West Seneca Senior Center at 4620 Seneca St.

The West Seneca Farmers’ Market is brought to you through a partnership between the Town of West Seneca and the West Seneca Chamber of Commerce. Please follow the West Seneca Farmers’ Market on Facebook for frequent updates.

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