An evening of music, art, lights and more at Penny Lane Cafe this Saturday night.

NIGHT LIGHTS founder Doug Sitler and artist WonderGhost.

Not all the cool art parties happen in the city!!! Main Street in Clarence has it’s own this Saturday night!

Kaleidoscope Sky will be playing the reggae rock music.

The NIGHT LIGHTS crew will be taking over Penny Lane Cafe (10225 Main Street) this Saturday night – bringing with them music, art, lights and even a drum circle. The art party will go from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., with a $3 admission being charged at the door. For nine years, the NIGHT LIGHTS crew have transformed the Buffalo Botanical Gardens, Griffis Sculpture Park and The Great Blue Heron property with lights, music and art. If you’ve attended the Clarence Creepy Crawler or Rock the Barn this year – you’ve seen some of their work.

The evening will feature two-sets of reggae and rock music from the Kaleidoscope Sky. Video projection artist WonderGhost will be showing some of his video art. A drum circle will take place, with extra drums for people to play. And of course, the inside and exterior of Penny Lane Cafe will be illuminated with colorful and creative lighting.

NIGHT LIGHTS was created in 2009 by Doug and Anna Sitler. For seven years, they illuminated a mile-long trail at The Heron property in

NIGHT LIGHTS at Griffis Sculpture Park

Chautauqua County. For four years, NIGHT LIGHTS took over the Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens and attracted over 26,000 visitors. The past five years, NIGHT LIGHTS has run a very successful show at the eclectic Griffis Sculpture Park. NIGHT LIGHTS shows always feature local music and artistic talent. Their shows have raised over $160,000 for local charities.


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