- Falls Fireworks Illuminations and CocaCola ConcertMay 1 - August 31
- Annual Hydrangea DisplayMay 7 - June 10
- Summer EntertainmentMay 20 - October 10
Niagara Parks Events Calendar
Experience exciting Niagara Parks events year-round. Check out these upcoming featured events or explore the entire calendar. Using the menus on the left, choose a date range or specific date to narrow down events. Or check off event categories to filter what you see.
Full Niagara Parks Events Calendar
May01– to –Oct31
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
For over 20 Years, Niagara Parks hosts Canada's longest running fireworks series over Niagara Falls! This year's extended Fireworks Season will start on May 1 with Fireworks every Wednesday, Friday, Sunday and Holiday until October 31. On May 20, start off the night with a free concert featuring classic rock favorites. There will be concerts every Friday, Sunday, and Holiday from Victoria Day to Labour Day (May 20 - September 5). Visit us online at niagaraparks.com/fireworks for additional details.
May20– to –Oct10
Enjoy live entertainment in the exciting Grand View Marketplace with a panoramic view of the American Falls
May01– to –Aug31
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Guided hiking tours will depart from the Niagara Glen Nature Centre, taking visitors on a search for rare and unique spring blooms, birds and other wildlife found within the magnificent Niagara Glen. Tours require proper footwear suitable for rugged terrain.
May07– to –Jun10
9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Enjoy gigantic spheres of spring colour in a spectacular display of blues, pinks and white.
Learn the gory, gruesome details on Old Fort Erie’s popular ghost tours. Visitors will tour the hollowed grounds of the fort and hear eerie tales at Canada’s bloodiest battlefield. Tour starts at 9 p.m.
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Starting at Mather Arch, Fort Erie. Traveling north along the Niagara River recreational Trail to McFarland Park/Pavilion. Finish Line BBQ to be held at McFarland Park.
8:00 PM - 12:00 PM
Jun11– to –Jun12
Come and witness the 150th anniversary of the Fenian attempt to take Canada, one of the defining moments on Canada’s road to confederation. Many of the Fenian troops were experienced soldiers, having served in the Federal or Confederate armies in the recent American Civil War. Armed with surplus U.S. Army weapons, these men proved to be fierce fighters, giving the Canadian provinces a terrible shock. On June 2, 1866, Fenian troops defeated Canadian forces at the Battle of Ridgeway. Fear generated by the Fenian raids helped lead to the Confederation of Canada in 1867. Battle re-enactments take place on Saturday and Sunday at 1:30 p.m. with a ceremony preceding the Saturday battle. All battles are free to watch. Military demonstrations, living history displays and more throughout the weekend. Site open 10-5, regular admission applies. For more information, please call Old Fort Erie at 905-871-0540.