Queen Victoria Park, Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls New Year’s Eve

Celebrate a memorable New Year’s Eve in Niagara Falls with one of Canada’s longest-running New Year’s Eve celebrations in Queen Victoria Park!
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Dec 31, 2019 · 8:30pm to 12:30am

Ring in the new year with the Canadian Horseshoe Falls as your spectacular backdrop at Niagara Parks’ New Year’s Eve celebration hosted in partnership with the City of Niagara Falls.

With special performances by notable Canadian talent, this free outdoor event features two brilliant fireworks displays, a licensed area and delicious dining options offered by Niagara Parks Culinary. Join us for this highly anticipated celebration in Queen Victoria Park!

Featuring Top Canadian Artists

Bryan Adams

Bryan Adams is a Canadian singer, songwriter, record producer, photographer, philanthropist and activist. Adams continues to tour the globe playing his big ballads and iconic rock and roll hits which have become mainstays on rock radio.

Walk Off the Earth

Walk Off the Earth is a Juno Award winning, multi-platinum musical phenomenon currently taking the world by storm. Based just outside Toronto in Burlington, Ontario, their brilliant 5-people-playing-one-guitar interpretation of Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" exploded on YouTube, garnering over 180 million views.

Feast On Certified Taste of Ontario
Bringing ingredients from Ontario's backyard to your table

Niagara Parks recognizes that supporting our local economy and Ontario’s farmers is key to putting dollars back into our communities and limiting environmental impact—that’s why all five of our full-service restaurants are proudly Feast On certified.

Since 2014, our Feast On certification has distinguished Niagara Parks’ restaurants as champions of Ontario food and drink. We are pleased to offer guests refined dining experiences exclusive to the Niagara Region while contributing to the growth and success of local growers, producers, brewers and distillers.


A New Year’s Eve celebration is incomplete without fireworks–that’s why we have two stunning shows! Enjoy fireworks over Niagara Falls at 9:15 p.m. followed by a grand finale display at midnight with fireworks released from both the gorge and Skylon Tower.


WEGO is the hop-on, hop-off visitor transportation system that connects all Niagara Parks locations to hotels and other key destinations in Niagara Falls. Three WEGO lines all connect at Table Rock Centre, located at the brink of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls.

We encourage all guests to stay safe and warm. Look for “warm-up WEGO buses” in front of Queen Victoria Place if you’re looking for a place to spend a few minutes away from the elements. For tips to enjoy your New Year’s Eve event comfortably and safely read our Winter Concert Tips blog!

Explore everything Niagara Parks has to offer and leave the driving to us! Purchase a WEGO Day Pass to get unlimited 24-hour access to our hop-on, hop-off transportation system.


Please note that the Niagara Parkway will be closed for this event, preventing vehicular access to the concert stage from Murray Street or Clifton Hill. All cars should access parking from the south, via Portage Road/Upper Rapids Boulevard.


Parking is available at Falls Parking, across from Table Rock Centre and the Canadian Horseshoe Falls. Entry for $20 includes in and out access all day. Paid parking is also available at the Floral Showhouse.


The Niagara Parks Incline Railway provides a fast and convenient link between the Fallsview tourist area and Table Rock Centre. Experience this unique vantage point while descending along the inclined track. Purchase a Day Pass to ride unlimited for 24 hours.


Please note that road closures are in place for the concert. Once you’ve arrived at Queen Victoria Park, the Falls Parking Lot will be accessible via Upper Rapids Boulevard.