Buffalo’s Pulaski Festival & 84th Pulaski Parade

Festival season is still in high gear. As the summer winds dow, one festival/parade to look forward to is Buffalo’s Pulaski Festival & 84th Pulaski Parade. The multi-cultural event takes place on Saturday, September 10 at Niagara Square.

This year marks the 84th year that the festival/parade that honors the life of General Casimir Pulaski (“The Father of the American Cavalry,” the 7th honorary citizen of the United States, and the man who is credited for savings George Washington’s life).

The first 2500 people at the dessert tent receive a free Buffalo Polish reusable tote bag!

Many people will be familiar with the General Pulaski statue at Main and N. Division in downtown Buffalo, but relatively few people are aware of the annual celebrations that take place honoring the brave freedom fighter (learn more).


The Parade will begin at 11AM from Edward St and Delaware Ave and head south on Delaware Ave towards Niagara Square. Annual Buffalo’s Pulaski Festival with 2 stages and 5 bands performing 4 Time Grammy Nominated Polka Family (Polish), Der Haus Band (German), Penny Whiskey (Irish), Formula Band ( Italian), All Star Band (w/ members of Rick James band) – at Niagara SquareCultural food, WNY’s Largest Dessert Tent, Huge Basket Raffle with $500 Door Prize, Cultural Tent with presentations, lots of activities for kids, Tatra Sheepdogs, and some surprises! – at Niagara Square

Organizers: General Pulaski Association of WNY

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