If you’re having trouble to “Keep Your Head Up,” don’t worry because there’s a solution. Cobblestone Live Music & Arts Festival announced the lineup for its fifth year, and the headliner is…Andy Grammer! Boasting an extensive list of hits including “Good To Be Alive” and “Honey, I’m Good,” “Fresh Eyes,” Grammer will spread his good vibes to the Buffalo community.

The multi-platinum singer-songwriter has had quite the career so far. Since he signed with a record label in 2010, he’s released four studio albums and five EPs. He also landed on the Billboard Hot 100 list with five of his songs, with “Honey, I’m Good” finding a spot in the Top 10.

He also recently announced a new release for March 31, “I Need A New Money,” a poem that he performs at each of his shows. It’s a lesson he wants to share with his audience – the lesson that money doesn’t bring happiness.

“I hope it touches you or makes you feel something,” Grammer said about its release. “I’m really excited about everybody hearing it.”

Aside from Grammer, the lineup of over 20 musical acts also boasts Twiddle, Andy Frasco & The UN, Jukebox The Ghost and Eric Hutchinson. Aside from music, guests attending the festival will also be able to enjoy shopping from 50 local vendors, chicken wings by WIngnutz and craft beers. For those who want to get extra groovy, there will also be a Silent Disco for those who enjoy dancing with their friends to different music stations.

Cobblestone Live will take place in the Cobblestone District on Illinois St., where there will be three outdoor stages of music, and one inside of Buffalo Iron Works. This year the festival will be split between July 14 and 15.

Full lineup and all ticket information can be found here.


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