The Niagara Falls Comic Con is a three-day event typically held at the Scotia Bank Convention Centre – its 150,000 square feet of comic book and television attractions. 10,000 square feet of that allocation is dedicated solely to its ‘Horror Fest’ – a celebration of old and new horror entertainment.
Niagara Falls Upcoming Events
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 through our contact form here.
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Ladies, it’s time to put on your running shoes and participate in the Niagara Falls Women's Half Marathon on June 5, 2016 in Ontario, Canada. The route for the marathon is a scenic one and goes past the gorgeous Niagara Falls, the rapids above the falls, the Niagara River and several other landmarks. You can either run or walk through the 21.1 km course with each participant’s name written in big letters on a bib. You will have crowds cheering for you as you run and music will keep you entertained along the way.
What makes the Niagara New Vintage Wine Festival one of, it not THE best wine event of the season in the Niagara Region?
The great thing about this question is-- there isn't one answer. The multitude of variety, pairings and events, as seen below, make up this amazing festival.
And what’s a trip to the Niagara region without a visit to the picturesque wineries located here and savouring the local award-winning wines?
Ask anyone who sees their favourite musicians in concert, and they will agree that it is an amazing experience not worth passing up. So, when it comes to Smokey Robinson who is widely considered the greatest living American songwriter, how can you deny yourself the opportunity to see this Motown giant in the flesh? From a number of incredible hits to some amazing influences, Smokey Robinson is truly one of a kind.
Born on February 4th, 1977, Gavin DeGraw has made a name for himself thanks to the soaring success of the single, “I Don’t Want to Be” from his first album “Chariot” which went on to be the theme song for “One Tree Hill”. That early success launched him into fame which he has followed through with subsequent albums and chart successes. Gavin will be coming to the Fallsview Casino in Niagara Falls for two concerts this June.