BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Plans are back on for summer concerts on Buffalo's outer harbor.
Last week, we told you the NFTA rejected the idea, but Wednesday we learned the wheels are back in motion.
The NFTA has reached a licensing agreement with concert promoter "Funtime After Dark." The plan calls for up to four concerts this summer along the waterfront. If all goes as planned, the events will bring in a variety of musical acts. Tickets will range from $30 to $100.
The NFTA will receive 20 percent of parking revenue as well as a $20,000 licensing fee.
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