Ari & the Buffalo Kings: Album Release Party

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Ari & the Buffalo Kings: Album Release Party

SAT AUG 28 | 8PM
IN-PERSON $15, $12 members (+$3 Service Fee) VIRTUAL $8, $5 members

Show will be able to stream virtually as well as attend in-person.

Hitting the stage after spiritual benders and years spent in conservatory, Ari and the Buffalo Kings, along with very special guests, celebrate the release of their debut album! Their special brand of well-traveled folk lifts you up into shiny new heart spaces. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you may even open your third eye! Join us in-person, or online!

Ari calls his music “songs from the heart-mind”. Using the very best in heart-centered technology, he paints words and weaves emotions through songs that celebrate, question, and bear witness to the joys and sorrows of our lives. His music grows from the sand and soil of his world travels and inner seeking and being. Through honest, genuine, and occasionally hilarious songwriting, he promotes the fearless experience of our every breath and the cultivation of our innate clear-seeing compassion and equanimity.

Ari and the Buffalo Kings is the singer-songwriter project of Baltimore artist Ari Pluznik, joined by flautist Danielle Williams, guitarist/bassist Gino Hannah, and percussionist Jim Hannah, featuring a variety of special guests. With honest, introspective, and often humorous lyrics, Ari and the Buffalo Kings play original music inspired by Spanish guitar, classical flute, folksy three-part harmonies, and rhythms from around the globe. Ari and the Buffalo Kings have performed throughout Baltimore, most notably as part of Creative Alliance's Sidewalk Serenades series and Highlandtown Arts District Art Walk, as well as for Mobtown Live! Livestream and the CM Ball. Pre-pandemic, Ari and the Buffalo Kings held regular performances at Bertha's Mussels and Zissimo's Bar.

Covid Safety Policy

  • Vaccination Status: 
    • All audience ages 18+  entering the theater space for performances, screenings, workshops or other theater-based gatherings are requested to be vaccinated against Covid-19. We ask that you bring a copy of your vaccination card or a photo of your card as proof of vaccination status.  If you have chosen to avoid vaccination due to religious or health exemption, please have proof of a negative Covid-19 test within 48 hours of entering the premises.
  • Masks: Please wear your mask during your visit unless you are actively consuming a beverage. Masks are required in all areas of the building, including the gallery and theater.
  • Food/Drink: A limited bar will be available for purchase and consumption prior to and during theater-based events. Outside food and drink is prohibited.
  • Spacing: Starting September 1, 2021, we will be at full capacity. We are a small venue and physical distancing will be very limited.  You will likely have fellow audience members sitting directly next to, in front of, and behind you, at a distance of less than 6 feet.


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