Murder Mystery Performances Aboard the Double Decker Bus Every Friday and Saturday Evening this Summer
Hop aboard our double decker of death this summer. Enjoy a killer time on our bus while you figure out "who done it" as we visit three local taverns. All murder mystery tours are 21+. There's a reason why Trip Advisor ranks these performances as the #1 Thing to Do in Buffalo this summer:
Saddle-Up for a Western themed murder mystery. A stranger has shaken up the wild west town of Buffalo Creek. Why not wear your best cowboy duds and find out who shot the stranger. Was it the lady sheriff, the mayor, the town drunk or the cat house madame? You are deputized for an interactive evening of fun.
Performances 6 PM every Friday this season, $35 per person.
New for 2019! Boogie on down for an all new murder mystery we call 'Death at the Disco'. Dust off those dancing shoes, find your best '70's outfit and join us for music, murder and merriment!
Performances 6 PM every Saturday this season, $35 per person.
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Experience improvisational fun with our ensemble of talented actors. No stage, lights or microphone, this is 100% interactive. YOU ask the questions. YOU interact with the suspects. YOU solve the murder.
We visit a total of three drinking establishments during each murder mystery. After starting out at the Flying Bison, we proceed to other bars which are likely to include The Barrel Factory, Lockhouse Distillery, Swannie House, etc. We may choose another bar based upon capacity and crowding.
Performances are murder mystery events and are not pub crawls. The emphasis here is on interacting with others and solving a crime while we tour Buffalo. We discourage groups whose goal is to get sloshed. This is about fun, not getting drunk. Guests who are intoxicated will be asked to leave.
We suggest arriving a minimum of 15 minutes prior to the performance. The Flying Bison Brewery is located 840 Seneca St. Buffalo, NY 14210 in the Larkinville district. Park in the front or rear lot or along the street. Be advised that the brewery hosts numerous functions, so the building and lot may be crowded--that's why we suggest arriving early.