Applications for musical entertainment are being accepted now and up to Saturday, March 4
A News Release from Ontario’s Niagara Parks Commission
Posted February 10th, 2020 on Niagara At Large
Niagara Falls, Ontario – Niagara Parks is looking for bands to perform during its annual summer evening concert series held in Queen Victoria Park overlooking both the American and the Canadian Horseshoe Falls.
The free outdoor concert series sponsored by Coca Cola provides an excellent opportunity for visitors and Niagara residents alike to experience live, family-friendly entertainment by the Falls throughout the summer months.
Band submissions should reflect the cultural and artistic landscape of Ontario, as well as Niagara Parks’ role as a renowned gathering place for visitors of all ages from around the world.
Bands should have a repertoire of classic hits ranging from the 1950s to today, along with some original works (if available). Niagara Parks is open to all genres of music, which complement the family-friendly atmosphere and casual dining experience of Queen Victoria Place.
Interested bands that are based in Ontario may apply online beginning on February 18 at niagaraparks.com/band-application .
Given the popularity of this opportunity, applications will only be accepted until March 4, 2020.
About Niagara Parks – Since its establishment in 1885, Niagara Parks has remained a self-financed agency of the Ontario Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism & Culture Industries, entrusted to preserve and protect the land surrounding Niagara Falls and the Niagara River. Today, Niagara Parks boasts gardens, a horticulture school, recreation, golf courses, restaurants, heritage and historic sites, gift shops and, of course, Niagara Falls. In short, natural landscapes, history, family fun, hiking, culinary delights, attractions and adventure.
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