Roots are Showing at Schickalay’s on the Bay

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Wednesday, July 20th, 2016 at 2:15 PM
Roots are Showing at Schickalay’s on the Bay by Ryan Smith
Donna the Buffalo

Sunday, July 31

Where else in Erie can you can find real-deal Greek gyros and tasty live tunes with an authentic summer festival vibe?

Where else in Erie can you can find real-deal Greek gyros and tasty live tunes with an authentic summer festival vibe?

Schickalay’s has presented a well-received concert series for the past couple of years, and is keeping it hot with this season’s summer sounds.

And soon, they’re serving up an American roots-music jamboree with long-revered jam masters Donna the Buffalo and Eric Brewer & Friends – presenting a tribute to festie gods Phish, no less – in what’s sure to be one happy-footed get-down.

If you’ve been there before, you’ll probably be marking this one down on your calendar. And if you haven’t, you probably should be.

Take your friends and family. Get barefoot in the grass. Dance the day away. Seems to me like one hell of a fine way to say bye to July. – Ryan Smith

4 to 8 p.m. // 2860 W. 6th St. // facebook.com/SchickalaysOnTheBay

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