Comedy legend Bill Murray is coming to Buffalo this fall and his show won't quite be what we are used to seeing from the multifaceted comedian and actor.
Murray is coming to Kleinhans Music Hall October 11th at 8pm, and he'll be part of a collaboration showing a different side to the star of Ghostbusters, Groundhog Day and Saturday Night Live.
The show is called "New Worlds" and it features international cellist Jan Vogler along with violinist Mira Wang and pianist Vanessa Perez. The musicians will play chamber music in the background as Murray does literary readings to communicate America's core values. It's described as a collaboration of two different artistic worlds.
The show has already opened in Germany and it begins it's run in the United States in late July in California.
Tickets for the Buffalo, one night only show, go on sale at 10am this Friday at the Kleinhans box office and range from $60 to $100 with a VIP package costing $250.