These are local events listings, including events not hosted or operated by the Niagara Falls Marriott. We hope that these current events will help to make the most of your stay in Niagara Falls, Niagara on the Lake or the Greater Niagara Area. We are constantly adding new events and invite you to contribute an event from your group or organization.
One of George Bernard Shaw’s earliest plays, You Never Can Tell was originally published in a compilation of his plays titled Plays Pleasant. It’s all about the battle of the sexes, marital equations and independence.
Come see legendary Rock and Roll Hall of Famers ZZ Top perform their unique brand of rock at the Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort this August. The band will hit the stage and perform beloved hits, such as 'La Grange,' 'Gimme All Your Lovin',' 'Sharp Dressed Man,' 'Tush' and 'Legs.'
American rock band ZZ Top first formed in Houston, Texas in 1969. Later incarnations of the band would eventually form the lineup that they still maintain to this day, featuring guitarist/lead vocalist Billy Gibbons, drummer Frank Beard and bassist/vocalist Dusty Hill.
Best selling Canadian singer-songwriter Andy Kim comes to the Fallsview Casino Resort this August. Kim will bring his unique brand of pop rock to the Fallsview stage for two nights, performing his latest and greatest hits, including 'Baby, I Love You,' 'Sugar, Sugar,' 'Rock Me Gently' and 'How'd We Ever Get This Way.'
Niagara is well known for its variety of free public shows and spectacles. From regular fireworks displays to music concerts showcasing local acts, the city has always emphasised public entertainment and family-friendly spectacles.
Coming soon to the Fallsview Casino Resort is platinum-selling singer-songwriter Paul Rodgers, best known for his stints as lead of Free, Bad Company and Queen + Paul Rodgers.
Paul Rodgers at Niagara Fallsview Casino
Paul Rodgers, an English rock singer-songwriter, is best known for his role as vocalist for Free and Bad Company. He is considered one of the most prolific rock singers of all time, having had successfully sung for various outfits, including the supergroup collaboration Queen + Paul Rodgers.
Harry Connick Jr. will be performing at the Fallsview Casino in Niagara Falls for two concerts this September. He is a superbly talented musical artist with charm and appeal that captivates audiences of all ages, showing casing a unique mixture of talent with ranging musical skills that cross different genres including pop, jazz and light rock ballads.