Niagara’s landmarks and status as a top tourist destination have made the town the main stopover for top national and international touring acts. For anyone wanting to catch a show in Niagara Falls, there’s a range of concert halls and public venues designed to make to most of the these performances.
For Big Acts, you have to check out the big venues. Keep these names in mind when coming to Niagara and wondering where to go for live entertainment.
Niagara Falls Concert Venues
The Fallsview Casino, the 1500-seat Avalon Ballroom Theatre is usually the Niagara stop for major international performers. Performances at the Avalon in late 2016 include Seal, The Doobie Brothers, Le Grand Cirque, and Foreigner.
This casino on Falls Avenue specializes in local acts and Canadian comedy. A large portion of the live concerts, featuring local, is held on weekends inside the Casino free of charge. Especially if you’re 55 or older, the Silver Aces promotional package gives exclusive entry to living entertainment such as tribute acts to Elvis, Shania Twain, Michael Bublé and so on.
As the main casino on the American side of Niagara Falls, Seneca has made sure it can accommodate headline acts for its patrons. The Seneca Niagara Events Center is a 2500-seat hall for concerts, comedic performances, and lavish events. Some 2016 acts include 1990s ensemble concerts from vintage hip hop artists, John Mellencamp, Andrew Dice Clay and US comedian Lewis Black.
The Scotiabank Centre is Niagara’s largest conventions and meetings facility, tailor-made for exhibits, conventions and live performances. The centre’s Niagara Theatre is a 1000-seat venue designed for theatrical productions and presentations. The theatre is open for local function needs as well, but currently confirmed in the 2016 calendar include a concert series of live band performances, and panels and presentations.
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