Ellicottville Times readers know that there’s no better place to have fun than Ellicottville. There’s always something going on and this weekend is no exception. As summer draws to a close, why not squeeze in one last hoorah of the season at the annual Rock N’ Roll weekend?

The village streets and hot spots in EVL will come alive with a non-stop lineup of live music, beginning Friday evening and going right through the weekend until late Sunday afternoon. Although the weekend is named for “rock n’ roll,” you’ll hear that genre and a whole lot more – from all styles of rock to blues, Americana, jazz and reggae.

It’s all happening at your fave Ellicottville hangouts, including the Gin Mill, Armor Inn, Balloons, EBC, Madigan’s, as well as at the Ellicottville Winery Main Stage on Monroe Street, the Village Gazebo and St. John’s Church. Literally, everywhere you go you’ll be treated to amazing local music.

And what’s more rock n’ roll than awesome cars to go with the awesome music?

On Sunday, check out the 16th annual Classic Car Show, where the hottest cars, trucks, rods and more will line the streets for your viewing pleasure. Cars will be judged by a panel of experienced car enthusiasts with awards given in a variety of categories. Choose your favorites and see how your picks compare to the pros!

Close summer out with a bang at Rock N’ Roll Weekend, sure to get you fired up for fall.

For a complete weekend schedule, see below.

For more information, visit www.ellicottvilleny.com.



Madigan’s, 5-9 p.m. •  Party Squad

Balloons, 7-10 p.m. •  Ron Spencer Band

EBC, 8 p.m.• Luster Kings

Gin Mill, 9 p.m. • Live & Kickin’



Winery Main Stage, 1-4 p.m. • Rumourz

Madigan’s, 2-5 p.m. •  Michael DiSanto

Madigan’s, 5-9 p.m. •  Hoagy and the Blues Bombers

Balloons, 6-9:30 p.m. • Andy Poxon Band

St. John’s Church, 6 p.m. • Will Lowry Band

Silver Fox, 7 p.m. • LTM Trio

EBC, 8 p.m. • Luster Kings

Gin Mill, 9 p.m. •  West




Gin Mill, 2 p.m. •  The Hick Ups

Balloons, 2 p.m. •  Andy Poxon Band

Village Gazebo, 2-4:30 p.m. • Terry Buchwald