BATAVIA – Batavia Downs Gaming & Hotel announced today that due to circumstances beyond its control, the July 23 concert will no longer feature Skid Row. Instead, Slaughter will perform that day at the Rockin’ The Downs Summer Concert Series.

A number of summer concerts series are returning for the season. Each week the concerts bring a variety of musicians and entertainers to different places around Livingston County.

(TNS) – After being postponed by more than a year because of the coronavirus pandemic, the “Elton John Farewell Yellow Brick Road: The Final Tour” is being extended with 20 new North American stadium concerts and 11 new European stadium concerts in the summer and fall of next year.

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BATAVIA – The fourth Rockin’ the Downs Concert Series lineup is set as performers, from former Journey front man Steve Augeri to the band Queensryche, return to the outdoor stage each Friday from late June through mid-August.

Tonight will mark the 44th Saturday “Home to Home” concert of the Old Hippies, a Genesee County duo weathering the season from their Florida home.

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BATAVIA — The list of performers isn’t complete yet, but Batavia Downs has a start on summer concerts for 2021, provided concerts can once again take center stage in six months.

Warm up your vocal cords because a virtual community caroling event is coming to the Facebook pages of The Daily News and The Livingston County News.

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BATAVIA — Members of the Genesee Symphony Orchestra will perform small concerts at Holland Land Office Museum, 131 West Main St., during the Wonderland of Trees celebration on Dec. 11 and 18.

BATAVIA – The Genesee Symphony Orchestra and Genesee Chorale will provide a shining light – in what was generally been a dark, uncertain year. Both groups are scheduled to perform during the Encore 2020 fundraiser for the Genesee Community College Foundation.