The final day of the 2012 Buffalo Infringement Festival, sadly, is upon us. If you still have any fuel left in your tank after yesterday's onslaught of Infringey activities, here are my five final picks for some Infringement activities to cap off the festival:
• Keith Michaud, seen below performing his song "The Ghost of New Orleans" a cover of John Prine's "Bruised Orange (Chain of Sorrow)" outside Rust Belt Books on Friday afternoon, plays today at 2 p.m. outside Cafe Taza.
• Aside from Babushka!, the comedy duo that's been performing at Infringement for the past few years, there isn't an overwhelming amount of comedy at the fest. But today, you can catch members of Stand Up Buffalo performing at El Museo at 8 p.m.
• The only place to be tonight is, of course, the Infringement Festival Closing Ceremonies. That gets started at 8 p.m. in Nietzsche's and features plenty of musical performances along with the festival's annual Iffy Awards.
It's been a great festival, and I've had a blast covering it. Hope everyone else had at least as much fun as I did. Till next year, Infringe on,
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