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Making a splash in Cheektowaga this summer!

Looking for some fun things to do this summer in the Cheektowaga area? Look no further! Here's your ultimate guide for getting the most out of your summer in the Cheektowaga area and beyond. By checking out the events below you will be supporting members of the Cheektowaga Chamber of Commerce!

Live Music

The Creekside Concert Series will all occur at the Casimir Pulaski Cultural Center in Cheektowaga Town Park. In the event of rain, the concerts will take place at the Lions Pavilion located next to the Cultural Center. Parking is available at the Recreation Center Arena. Lawn seating is available. The Town of Cheektowaga is a proud member through Town Supervisor Diane Benczkowski.

July 3rd: “America My Home Town”  Featuring country artist Ricky Lee

July 6th: Cheektowaga Community Symphony Orchestra

July 8th: 5’s Are Wild 5’s Are Wild

July 15th: Beatlemagic

July 25th: Cheektowaga Family Night Featuring, The Leftovers, The Rince Na, Tiarna Irish Dance Group, and In Jest. *Children’s activities begin at 6:00 and include crafts, face-painting, and games. Concessions available.

July 29th: Soul Providers

August 5th: The Diva Show

August 12th: Alex Rene Big Swing Band

August 12th: Terry Buchwald


The Senior Concert Series are all held under the gazebo at the Cheektowaga Senior Center, 3349 Broadway (next to Town Hall) and begin at 6 pm and end at approximately 8 pm. Bring your lawn chairs and come out for some wonderful evenings of free music.  In case of inclement weather, concerts will be moved inside the Cheektowaga Senior Center. The Senior Center is a Proud Member of the Cheektowaga Chamber of Commerce.

June 26th: NY Rockin’ Revue

July 10th: Concertina All

July 24th: Craig Wilkins & The Western New Yorkers

July 31st: Music Krew

August 14th: The Nitetones

August 28th: National Trust


9th Annual EXPOSURE Concert by Love Shouldn't Hurt. Organizer, Suzanne Suchan, is a proud member of the Cheektowaga Chamber of Commerce.

June 22nd-24th: A three-day music festival to help victims of domestic violence get their lives back.

Outdoor-Dining and Sweet Treats

The following restaurants are all proud members of the Cheektowaga Chamber of Commerce.






Festivals


40th Annual American-Polish Arts Festival:

The festival will run from July 20th-22nd. It includes free live music, traditional polish vendors, food vendors, cash beer tent, and other activities happening all weekend long.

With a great Band Line-Up, Cheektowaga Town Park will be rocking and polka-ing all weekend long!  Follow the event on Facebook for reminders!

If you're interested in helping out and getting involved, we're looking for people to join us in serving in the beer tent! If interested, contact chamber@cheektowaga.org. Must be 21 years of age or older to assist.


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