Nerds Gone Wild, 7 p.m. Nov. 24 at Buffalo RiverWorks (359 Ganson St.).
The timing for a Thanksgiving eve celebration works out completely for Buffalo RiverWorks, which is once more internet hosting the 11 Day Power Play, an around-the-clock charity hockey recreation that raises cash to combat most cancers and goals to set a brand new Guinness World Document. If all goes as deliberate on the 11-day hockey match, the brand new world document for longest hockey recreation shall be established shortly after 6 p.m. Nov. 24.
To have fun the anticipated achievement, RiverWorks’ assistant basic supervisor Marc Vitagliano and his group saved the ultimate Labatt Live performance Sequence gig – 4 of the 5 have been in the summertime – for Thanksgiving eve.
“We wished to construct that last-day occasion into an enormous celebration,” Vitagliano mentioned.
Nerds Gone Wild, an eccentric and colourful ’80s cowl band – through which musicians embody nerdy fictional characters with suspenders, thick-rimmed glasses, garish colours and bow ties – has been in growing demand the final 5 years or so due to its wacky antics, energetic music and relentless power.
The five-member group of Ed Wyner, John Gibbon, Eddy Tabone, Brian Beaudry and Eric Rovner has a refined party-friendly act.