From the Niagara Falls Review:
Adam Sandler has a date with Niagara Falls.
The Saturday Night Live icon is returning to stand-up comedy in 2017, with two shows in Niagara Falls June 23 and 24. Once one of the biggest comedy stars in Hollywood, Sandler’s long list of hits include The Wedding Singer, Happy Gilmore and Billy Madison. He signed a four-movie deal with Netflix in 2014. Read More…
The search for the next rising star is on. Hard Rock Cafe, Niagara Falls USA, invites emerging musicians in the market to take the stage for its annual Hard Rock Rising “Battle of the Bands.” The competition offers one lucky winner a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to perform during halftime at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. Read More…
Last week I posted that Yuk Yuk’s comedy club has closed. I have regularly been getting email newsletters from them, and shortly afterwards I received the latest newsletter, which is asking if anyone knows of a location where they could move to.
Last week I received the latest Clifton Hill Update email newsletter.
To get your own copy of the newsletter, fill out the Clifton Hill Newsletter form at the bottom of every page of the Clifton Hill web site.
From Niagara Falls Review:
The laughs have come to an end at Yuk Yuk’s inside Casino Niagara.
The casino has confirmed it ended its tenure with the venerable comedy club chain last month. The last show was on Jan. 7.
Jennifer Ferguson, Director of Marketing for Niagara Casinos, says the club was closed to make room for “new development ideas” at the 20-year-old facility.
“A total of $7 million is being invested into Casino Niagara to implement new gaming technology, new dining experiences and to ensure that we continue to offer a world-class experience to our guests.”
Earlier this week I received this email newsletter from Niagara Falls Tourism: