Labyrinth To Host The Tins In Two Friday Night Sets
Labyrinth Press Co. is branching out in its live entertainment format with the presentation of “Dinner and Live Music” this Friday.
The 14 E. Fourth St. establishment will present Buffalo-based trio The Tins in an unprecedented two-set, acoustic-oriented concert throughout the course of the evening, which will run from 7-11 p.m. and also feature local opening act Three Philosophers.
The Tins, originally from Binghamton, now hail from Buffalo and have a great blend of experimental indie-folk and psychedelic pop music. They have toured the northeast, were Spotify staff’s No. 2 Pick of the Year, and USA Today refers to their music as “brilliant pop exuberance.”
The group previously performed at the Lab many years ago, and looks forward to doing so once again.
“We’re excited to return to one of the first places we ever played together,” said Adam Putzer, guitarist and vocalist. “Also, we have a chance to experiment a bit, since we don’t often get to play acoustic stuff live. It gives us a chance to mess around and have fun.”
Three Philosophers is a Jamestown-based jazz-pop trio comprised of Mike Brunacini on piano and vocals, Daniel Davis on bass and vocals, and Robert Hewitt on drums and vocals.
The evening will kick off with the first set, which has already sold out as only 24 tickets were made available to the public. Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m., with dinner starting at 7 p.m. A ticket gets patrons into the show, a reserved seat, dinner and coffee or tea. Guests will also be able to get beer or wine from Brazil Craft Beer & Wine Lounge before, during and after the concert and bring them downstairs to enjoy with the show.
The second show will see the chairs and tables cleared from the performance area to provide a standing-room-only experience as both bands return for another set. There are 40 tickets available in all at $5 each. It is recommended that people reserve their tickets early by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or sending Labyrinth Press Co. a Facebook message.
For more information, call Labyrinth Press Co. at 708-2471, send a Facebook message or find “An Evening with The Tins” on Facebook.