From a Niagara Parks Commission press release seen at Niagara at Large:
Niagara Parks is set to mark Canada’s 150th birthday with a full lineup of events over the July 1st weekend.
Celebrate this momentous occasion at one of the country’s most iconic destinations with two days of entertainment featuring a free performance by Hollerado on Saturday, July 1; the launch of a brand-new Niagara Parks experience: Night Lights: Journey Behind the Falls After Dark; complimentary admission to Old Fort Erie and Laura Secord Homestead on Saturday, July 1; and bonus extended Falls Fireworks displays on Saturday, July 1 and Sunday, July 2.
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From a PRWeb press release:
Niagara Falls is the place to be on New Year’s Eve. Experience the world-class entertainment, incredible outdoor atmosphere, live concert, fireworks shows, and lively attractions that make it the ideal holiday getaway destination for New Year’s Eve.
ET Canada’s New Year’s Eve free concert is taking place on Dec. 31, 2014 in Queen Victoria Park, directly across the street from the Niagara Falls. It will feature performances by Grammy award-winning artist Keith Urban, Nick Jonas, Lights, and Shawn Mendes, and is Canada’s largest televised New Year’s Eve celebration.
I’ve never been to one of these. I’m usually at home with my family watching it on TV. I suspect this year will be the same
From Canada Newswire:
Entertainment Tonight Canada announced tonight the exclusive line-up for its 3rd annual ‘New Year’s Eve at Niagara Falls,’ the country’s largest televised live New Year’s Eve party. The two-hour coast-to-coast countdown, hosted by Cheryl Hickey (@cherylhickeyetc) and Rick Campanelli (@rcampanellietc), begins at 10pm ET/PT on Global.
Accented by a custom designed stage with state of the art lighting and video displays opposite the world famous falls, ET Canada’s year-end celebration will feature performances by some of the country’s biggest names in music. The evening kicks off in fine style with JUNO award-winner Keshia Chanté followed by a performance by The Sheepdogs, Saskatoon’s international rock phenomenon. Alt-rock legends, Our Lady Peace, keep the momentum going as the clock ticks down to midnight with pop/punk group, Simple Plan, one of Canada’s most prolific bands, taking to the stage for a rousing finish. The evening will also include a special performance by a surprise guest, to be announced during the broadcast.