Thursday at the Square is a free week by week show arrangement held every year from May through August in Buffalo, New York in Downtown Buffalo in Lafayette Square. The primary year of the arrangement was held in downtown Buffalo at the edge of Main and Chippewa. The arrangement has been held in Buffalo's Lafayette Square since 1986. It was initially called Thursday in the Park until the point when its name was changed in 1994. It has developed from an easygoing grandstand of nearby ability to an expert show of both neighborhood and national music acts.
Bison Place supports the show arrangement that runs each mid year from May until September. Each Thursday Lafayette Square is changed, bringing natives from close-by rural areas into the city. A few close-by business and bars have profited by Thursday at the Square, exploiting the expanded pedestrian activity. Since its commencement, the sum total of what shows have been allowed to the general population. Coolers, and beverages are not permitted to be brought onto the premises, as the concessions are what keep the shows free.
Buffalo Place additionally yearly advances two other free end of the week shows. "Wild ox Place Rocks the Harbor" has highlighted Saturday and Sunday shows amid one end of the week every year since 1998 and is held in Buffalo's Erie Basin Marina. "Wild ox Bike Blast" included Saturday and Sunday shows amid one end of the week every year from 2003 to 2005, and was held at Buffalo's Niagara Square. That show arrangement was put on impermanent break in 2006.