Live music returns to Niagara Falls, Ontario in a big way

The Niagara Falls Music Live event schedule showcases an extraordinary array of music genres.The Niagara Falls Music Live event schedule showcases an extraordinary array of music genres.
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A new live music celebration is set to take place in Niagara Falls, Canada’s premiere entertainment destination, from Dec. 27, 2021 to Jan. 1, 2022. The first Niagara Falls Music Live event brings a talented and diverse lineup of local, Ontario and Canadian talent to the city with an exciting mix of intimate performances and concerts across Niagara Falls each night, including an indoor concert for New Year’s Eve featuring iconic Canadian artists Blue Rodeo and Serena Ryder and the Juno Awards 2021 Breakthrough Group of the Year, Crown Lands.

The Niagara Falls Music Live event schedule showcases an extraordinary array of music genres from jazz to rock hosted in theatres, convention centers, restaurants and bars with both ticketed and non-ticketed events. Music lovers planning their winter getaway can experience multiple live shows during their visit to Niagara Falls this holiday season.

“We are thrilled to introduce another signature event to the lineup of unforgettable experiences that make Niagara Falls Canada’s entertainment capital and a perfect winter getaway,” said Janice Thomson, President and CEO of Niagara Falls Tourism.

Five concerts, including New Year’s Eve with Blue Rodeo, will bring live music back to stages across Niagara Falls with Canadian rock-favorites, The Trews, headlining at the Scotiabank Convention Centre on Dec. 28 (tickets for both concerts on sale Nov. 3). Live entertainment at the Marriott on the Falls, Old Stone Inn Boutique Hotel, Hilton Fallsview Hotel & Suites and Sheraton Fallsview Hotel will be announced later this week. Niagara Falls Music Live also features exclusive events, including a new Brasa After Dark Cocktail Lounge and live music at one of Canada’s top fine dining restaurants, AG Inspired Cuisine.

“Music lovers have waited a long time to get back to live entertainment and to celebrate with friends and family. This new live music event gives visitors another reason to head to Niagara Falls this holiday season to reconnect and make new memories,” said Joel Noden, Chair of Niagara Falls Tourism.

“Visitors to the Niagara Falls Music Live event can enjoy a variety of exciting performances and also experience the year-round attractions and culinary scene in the city,” said Anthony Annunziata, President of the Tourism Partnership of Niagara.

Now that restrictions and capacity limits for venues have been eased, live entertainment is coming back to the city in a big way! Following the success of Niagara Falls Tourism’s “Alessia Cara Live from Niagara Falls” virtual production this past summer, as featured on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the destination is thrilled to welcome guests back for in-person live music events showcasing all-Canadian talent.

Niagara Falls Music Live is presented by Niagara Falls Tourism in partnership with the Tourism Partnership of Niagara and funding provided by the Government of Ontario. All event details can be found at MusicLive.ca.

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