Live Entertainment

At Niagara Parks, we believe in celebrating and supporting prized Canadian musicians, emerging artists, and local talent. Visiting us this summer? Make time for these free, live concerts, shows, and programs at Niagara Parks.

The Niagara Stage is a free weekly summer music series hosted by Niagara Parks with support from renowned Polaris Music Prize.

Niagara Parks believes in celebrating our country’s rich heritage, cultural diversity and talented people. The series showcases prominent and emerging Canadian talent previously recognized by the Polaris Music Prize, a not-for-profit organization established in 2006 that honours and rewards artists who produce Canadian music albums of distinction.

Past performers on The Niagara Stage include Basia Bulat, Fiver, Tanika Charles and Weaves. Performances take place every Saturday evening at 8PM at Niagara Parks’ Queen Victoria Place.

Grab your lawn chair or a blanket, you won’t want to miss Niagara Parks Summer Music Series! This annual event comes to life with some of Ontario’s most diverse and talented musicians, free at Queen Victoria Place.

Sponsored by Coca-Cola, the series is a unique opportunity for millions of visitors and residents to come together to enjoy the nightlife in Niagara Parks.

You’ll hear a collection of sounds as we showcase musicians from genres ranging from classic rock to country.

Queenston Heights Concert Series Sundays, June 16 – Sept 1

Spend a Sunday afternoon with your family in beautiful Queenston Heights Park and enjoy this series of concerts that feature the sounds of big band, Dixie, blues and more!

Concerts take place at the Queenston Bandshell from 2PM – 4PM.

Traveling from Toronto?

Getting to the brink of the falls from Toronto just got a whole lot easier. The GO Niagara Seasonal Train service runs weekends throughout the summer months and includes a round-trip GO Train ticket and two-day access to WEGO. New this year, enjoy extended access into Niagara-on-the-Lake during your stay.

Toronto to Niagara Falls

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