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Every Time I Die celebrate official day by embracing Buffalo pride

December 16, 2019
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This past weekend, hardcore heroes Every Time I Die crushed their hometown of Buffalo, NY at their annual ‘Tid The Season holiday shows and after the city has recognized their devotion to it last year, the band are ringing in their second annual “Every Time I Die Day” or “ETIDD.”

The city of Buffalo officially made December 15, 2018 “Every Time I Die Day” and during this weekend’s holiday shows the band celebrated their second annual day by encouraging fans to go out and support the Buffalo Bills.

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In case you’ve forgotten, the band were recognized with the achievement last December 15th and were given an official document from city council to mark the occasion.

The band’s holiday shows took place on December 13 and 14 but the band made it clear the celebrations weren’t over once the shows were done.

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As massive fans of the NFL’s Buffalo Bills, Every Time I Die were hyped to see whether or not the team made the playoffs and it looks like they got their wish. We’re not saying their win had anything to do with Every Time I Die Day, but we’re also not saying the two things aren’t related.

What do you think of the Buffalo Bills making it to the playoffs on Every Time I Die Day? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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Written by Joe Smith-Engelhardt