Summer will officially be here in Western New York on June 21st and soon after that will be the official lawn fete season across the 716.

Lawn Fetes are a staple of summer in Western New York and no matter if you live in the Northtowns, Southtowns, or somewhere in the middle (we are looking at you West Seneca) there will be a lawn Fete near you this summer.

So get ready for games, rides, food, beer tents, and more.


Queen Of Heaven Carnival
Thursday, July 6th through Sunday, July 9th
Seneca Street at Mill Street, West Seneca, NY

Saint John Paul II Parish
Friday, July 7th through Sunday, July 9th
052 Lakeview Road Lake View, NY

St. John the Baptist Church
Friday, July 14th and Saturday, July 15th
2021 Sandridge Rd, Alden, NY

14 Holy Helpers

Thursday August 3rd through August 6th
1345 Indian Church Rd, West Seneca, NY

Holy Family Parish
August 13th
106 S. Main St in Albion, NY

Good Shepard Parish
July 30th
5441 Tonawanda Creek Rd, North Tonawanda, NY

Of course, there are other major festivals that happen every summer as well.

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One of the biggest ones is coming up on July 8th and 9th. It is the Taste of Buffalo.

This year, Taste of Buffalo is celebrating its 40th anniversary as the largest two-day food festival in the entire United States.

Admission to the Taste of Buffalo is free and you can get food tickets at several different booths around the festival. You can also get discounted food tickets before the event at area Tops Friendly Markets.

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