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Clarion Hotel Marina & Conference Center

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30 Lake Shore Drive East, Dunkirk, NY, US, 14048

  • Phone: (716) 366-8350
  • Fax: (716) 366-8899
3.8 out of 5 (205 reviews)
70% of guests recommend this hotel


Ryan Stang's 12th Annual Xmas Bash!
Waiting RoomDecember 26, 2014 9:00 PM
334 Delaware Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14202
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I'm So Bored With The Usa: 13th Annual Tribute To Joe Strummer & The Clash
Town BallroomDecember 26, 2014 7:00 PM
681 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14203
When the seminal English punk rock band The Clash tentatively formed in 1976, the mainstream zeitgeist had yet to truly sink its teeth into the punk phenomena. After playing a number of shows in London and building a name for itself as one of the preeminent bands of the scene, the quartet managed to land a recording contract in 1977 with CBS Records, an imprint that was eager to capitalize off the public's infatuation with the riotous punk subculture. The Clash's eponymously-titled first album was quickly released and the band's characteristic style of music that blended politically-charged lyrics with fervent instrumental accompaniments, resonated well with listeners in England. Though the group would continue to be a major staple throughout Europe, The Clash didn't achieve noted fame in the United States until it released its third album, the widely-regarded masterpiece London Calling, in 1979. Dubbed by many to be "the only band that matters," the group would go on to become viewed as one of the greatest acts of its generation, and although lead guitarist and founding member Joe Strummer left the lineup after feuds with vocalist Mick Jones came to a breaking point, The Clash managed to soldier on, until the remaining members decided to dissolve the band in 1986.
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Blues Traveler
Seneca Allegany Casino & HotelDecember 26, 2014 7:00 PM
777 Seneca Allegany Boulevard
Salamanca, NY 14779
Apart from producing two widely successful hit singles ("Runaround" and "Hook") in the 90s, not many people know much about the New Jersey-based band Blues Traveler. Well, a good amount of folk probably know that lead singer and harmonica player John Popper was severely overweight and after suffering a heart attack in 1999 received gastric bypass surgery, but few people know about the band or the music it has made over the years. The group was formed in 1987 when a few friends at a New Jersey high school decided to form a band that could highlight Popper's inherent harmonica adeptness. After establishing a unique sound for itself that pulled heavily from blues, jam rock and mainstream alternative rock, the band moved to New York and started playing shows on a regular basis. Soon, David Graham, son of the legendary concert promoter Bill Graham, saw the potential of the band and added them to the list of bands Graham represented. Even though the band toured extensively, it still didn't have a recording contract. This all changed when an A&M talent scout saw one of the group's performances and signed them to a major record label. While the band's first few albums weren't that commercially successful, the band did eventually attain a fair amount of success with its fourth album, aptly titled Four. After this release, the band was a mainstream success and the rest is history.
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Adopted Friends Night 01: The Dirty Nil
Detour Music Hall December 26, 2014 7:00 PM
88 St. Paul Street
St. Catharines, ON L2R 3M2
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Buffalo Sabres vs. New York Islanders
First Niagara CenterDecember 27, 2014 7:00 PM
1 Seymour H. Knox III Plaza
Buffalo, NY 14203
The Buffalo Sabres are a National Hockey League team that play in the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference. The Sabres entered the league in 1970 as an expansion team.
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New York Islanders At Buffalo Sabres Tickets
First Niagara CenterDecember 27, 2014 7:00 PM
1 Seymour H. Knox III Plaza
Buffalo, NY 14203
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