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Concerts in Niagara Falls: Music in the Park


During the Summer virtually every tourist is aware of all the concerts in Niagara Falls down at Queen Victoria Park, with free Coca-Cola sponsored concerts at 8:00 pm on fireworks days — which is every Friday, Sunday and Holiday evening at 10:00 pm until September 1, 2013. Queen Victoria Park’s big draw is of course the backdrop of Niagara Falls, which generates an estimated 12 million tourists a year to this spot. However, Niagara Falls is also home to a unique, quaint downtown core just a few minutes drive from the brink of the Falls. Queen Street, is home to authentic stores and restaurants and its revitalized look of new sidewalks and parks has garnered attention from local artists, springing up some new galleries which just adds to its renovated look. Just look for the newly added “Gold Q” arch that hangs above the street! This street, which has been around since the early 1900′s, is also holding concerts in Niagara Falls.

concerts in Niagara Falls

Right now, every Friday night from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm until August 16th, 2013 at Centennial Square in front of City Hall, Queen Street will be home to a fantastic Summer Lineup of artists that will be putting on some outdoor concerts in Niagara Falls. Sit out the patio at your favourite cafe or restaurant that aligns the street and have a cold one and enjoy some early evening entertainment! This Friday, July 19th, enjoy the sounds of “Blue Radio“, a tribute band to Blue Rodeo. Here is a list of the other upcoming bands:

July 26th: “Summer of 69″, a Salute to Bryan Adams

August 2nd: “Desire”, a Salute to U2

August 9th: “Groove Fever”, a Salute to Diva Fever

August 16th: “The Tone Dogs”, Old Rock and Blues band

Here is a general map of the Niagara Falls downtown core, including where to park. Please note that Queen Street concerts in Niagara Falls are located at Centennial Square in front of City Hall at 4310 Queen Street (bewteen Ontario Av. and Erie Av.):

concerts in Niagara Falls

With these Queen Street concerts in Niagara Falls ending at 9:00 pm, the night is still young! Head on over to Clifton Hill and catch some more free live entertainment every Summer evening at Kelsey’s. With many drink specials including a bucket of Coors Light for $16.99 and an extensive menu featuring international dishes, burgers, steaks and salads, there is something for everyone to enjoy on your night out! Just steps away is Boston Pizza Clifton Hill , the best place to watch your favorite team on one of the many big screen tvs! You will always know what games are playing on any particular evening by its updated online gaming schedule! This massive facility is also home to the Great Canadian Midway arcade, in which you can eat, drink and play games on your Friday night out. Even if the concerts are over, Strike Rock N Bowl, also located inside Boston Pizza pumps out top current and classic hits while you enjoy a competitive game of 10 pin bowling!

concerts in Niagara Falls

Check out some of the attractions offered in the Clifton Hill Fun Pass and have some fun at half the cost on the Niagara Skywheel, Movieland Wax Museum, Dinosaur Adventure Golf or Galaxy Golf, Ghostblasters Dark Ride and the XD Ride Theatre plus additional tokens to play in the Great Canadian Midway!

The fun doesn’t stop there! Rumours Nightclub keeps the party going in Niagara Falls once the sun goes down! With its massive dance floor, techno music and a constantly-pulsing laser show, at Rumours there’s never a shortage of hot ladies, booming music, and cool beverages.

concerts in Niagara Falls

There is no shortage of concerts in Niagara Falls this Summer. Not only does Queen Street offer their Friday night concerts and the Queen Victoria Park concerts every Friday, Sunday and Holidays, but Safari Niagara has an amazing line up of Canadian artists on the way! Friday, July 26th “Colin James” takes the stage with “Steve Strongman and David Go Go”. On Friday, August 9th, “the Sheepdogs” perform with special guests “54-40″ and on Saturday, August 24th the “Great Big Sea” hits the stage for their 20th Anniversary Tour! For ticket information please click here.

Here is a clip of “the Sheepdogs” performing their hit “Feeling Good”:

There is no shortage of entertainment in Niagara Falls this Summer. For more information on upcoming events in 2013 stay connected to me via our blog and social media channels listed below.

Christine on concerts in Niagara Falls

Christine

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