Niagara Falls Casino Shows
April is here, which means that it’s time for the nice weather to be upon us. April is a month of growth and renewal and doing things that make you happy, like attending some of these incredible Niagara Falls Casino Shows and Niagara performances.
Music is such a big part of our lives. It evokes emotion. It inspires us. Music brings people together. So get together with your favourite person and check out the music scene in Niagara Falls.
We are surrounded with some incredible concerts in Niagara. From the Niagara Falls Casino Shows to getting out your blue suede shoes at Elvis Fest…Niagara certainly is the place to get in touch with your musical side…
From the ringing of the slot machines to the singing at the top of our lungs to our favourite tunes, here’s what is happening at the Fallsview Casino:
Billy Crystal – April 12th – 13th
Paul Shaffer and the World’s Most Dangerous Band – April 20th
Kool and the Gang – April 21st and 22nd
Dance Temptation – April 25th – May 2nd
The Band Perry – May 4th and 5th
Moon River and Me – A Tribute to Andy Williams and his Music Hosted by Jimmy Osmond – May 10th – 13th
Pippin – May 16th – 27th
Songwriters – Featuring Bon Dipiero, Nicolle Galyon and Rodney Clawson
Olivia Newton-John – June 1st – 2nd
A Night of Comedy featuring Sinbad, Jim Breuer and Tom Papa
Dancing Queen – June 8th – 18th
Sammy Hagar and the Circle – June 21st – 22nd
Adam Sandler, David Spade, Nick Swardson, Rob Schneider – June 23rd – 24th
Just a five minute drive from the Courtyard Marriott Niagara Falls is the Scotiabank Convention Centre. On May 20th, it’s Jully Black and Divine Brown. Jully Black is a true Canadian icon, named one of the 25 Greatest Canadian Singers Ever. Divine Brown is also a true talent. She has starred in several musical plays and has received several awards: Certified Gold Album for her debut self-titled project (2005 – Universal Music), a Juno Award for R&B Album of the Year (The Love Chronicles) as well as a SOCAN #1 Award.
It’s the Ultimate Elvis Tribute experience. Canada is the only country outside of the US where Elvis performed on stage. To celebrate Elvis and his connection to Canada, the Niagara Falls Elvis Festival is a three-day festival of Graceland style entertainment and competition.
For the first time in history, Niagara Falls will host an official Elvis event sanctioned by Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc. Graceland. If you love the King of Rock & Roll, then you’ll want to be a part of this ultimate inaugural Elvis tribute experience.
The Performing Arts Centre is located in the heart of downtown, St. Catharines, just a short drive away (10 – 15 minutes) from the Courtyard Marriott Niagara Falls Hotel. It features a 95,000 square foot academic and cultural complex comprised of four state-of-the-art performance venues. There are 600 events hosted annually for those who love the arts.
Here’s what’s happening:
M6/P4 – MESSIAH: TOO HOT TO HANDEL – April 15th – 2:30pm
CAL: Jimi Hendrix-Are You Experienced – April 18th – 7:30pm
Berg, Murphy, Northey & Page – April 19th – 7:30pm
Gerry Dee Live – April 21st – 7:30pm
Boys, Girls, and Other Mythological Creatures – April 22nd – 11:00 and 2:00pm
Frank D’Angelo & His 15 Piece Band – April 22nd – 8:00pm
Immortal Chi – April 25th – 7:30pm
Gnaw – April 28th – 6:00pm
Let’s Try This Standing – April 28th – 8:00pm, April 29th – 3:00pm
And last but not least, don’t forget to stay at one of the most fun-filled Niagara Falls Hotels, the Courtyard Marriott Niagara Falls. Check out this outstanding performance, our Ultimate One Night Romance Package, starting at $119 per night. Plus we have another special offer coming out next week, so check back for that one.