From the Buffalo News: If you’re looking for your latest Instagram post or selfie opportunity, you might want to look across the border. Niagara Parks is unveiling its new Illumination LED light display Thursday evening – promising new, brighter, more energy-efficient Xenon lights with 1,800 color combinations on the Canadian side of the falls.
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From the Niagara Falls Review: The Niagara Falls Illumination Board will officially unveil its enhanced falls illumination project at a lighting ceremony, Dec. 1. The $4-million revitalization project uses the latest technology to light the Horseshoe and American Falls. The new system will provide twice the current lighting levels and allow for a full palette […]
From the Niagara Falls Review: Canadian rockers Serena Ryder and The Sam Roberts Band will headline this year’s free New Year’s Eve concert at Queen Victoria Park. And if it seems like deja vu, that’s because both performers played the show just three years ago. That concert, headlined by U.S. pop star Demi Lovato, was […]
From Niagara Falls Review: There’ll be a prehistoric addition to this year’s Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights. Among the new additions to the 34th edition of the festival will be a 10-foot-tall 3D woolly mammoth as part of the Canadian wildlife displays at Dufferin Islands… The expanded eight-kilometre illumination route runs along the […]
From Niagara This Week: Despite interest from a pair of broadcast outlets to televise the annual New Year’s Eve celebration, no cameras will be rolling when a variety of musical acts hit the stage at Queen Victoria Park on Dec. 31. “There was interest from two broadcasters,” Mayor Jim Diodati said. “The discussions were going […]
Last holiday season I saw a laser light show along Victoria Ave near Clifton Hill. I see from the Nightmares Fear Factory web site that this year there will be another light show.
I hadn’t even heard about this until I read this article… From the Niagara Falls Review: It was William Kircher’s second visit to Canada. The New Zealand actor, best known for his role as the dwarf Bifur in the The Hobbit trilogy, was one of the celebrity guests at the inaugural Fan World event held […]