BUFFALO, N.Y. — The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many changes for events scheduled to happen this year. In result, Beau Fleuve switched to a virtual setting for its 2020 music and arts festival.
Lindsey Taylor, founder of Beau Fleuve Music and Arts Festival was determined to keep the event going.
Beau Fleuve is a festival geared toward celebrating the resurgence of all forms of music, art, media and culture in Western New York. The fourth annual Beau Fleuve Music and Arts Festival celebrated a "mind, body and soul" theme.
This year there was a virtual art gallery allowing guests to walk through and purchase art from Western New York's finest artists.
Local community leaders discussed the current state of our society.
Edreys Wajed did a "Lyrically Live" painting using instruments and lyrics of a song. The night ended with the sounds of Curtis Lovell featuring Naila Ansari.