News & Updates

November Recap and Getting in the Holiday Spirit!

November was officially the busiest month of the year at Budweiser Gardens with 8 shows, 7 London Knights games, 2 London Lightning games, and 3 community events. Let's recap this past month AND look at some gift ideas for the upcoming holidays!

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#BGReviewer: Gordon Lightfoot

Toes were tapping in downtown London as Canadian music legend Gordon Lightfoot brought his latest tour to the Forest City Saturday evening. Fans young and old spilled into Budweiser Gardens eager to hear the music icon perform their favourite tunes they know so well, including classics Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald, Carefree Highway, If You Could Read My Mind and Sundown.

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#BGReviewer: Jack White

What can I say other than “How lucky am I to have been able to see Jack White’s ‘Boarding House Reach’ show TWICE this year?” Wowsers! For anyone who has never seen this musical genius, it is worth every penny and effort to travel to see his rock ‘n roll spectacle!

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#BGReviewer: Stone Temple Pilots & Seether

It was cold November evening outside the confines of the RBC Theatre at Budweiser Gardens on Wednesday night, but inside, the temperature was elevated due to the performances of Default and co-headliners Seether and Stone Temple Pilots.

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#BGReviewer Chris Young

The crowd at Budweiser Gardens definitely lost sleep last night after Chris Young’s performance. Young brought his Losing Sleep Tour to London Thursday evening, along with special guests Morgan Evans, and Dan and Shay.

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OH Canada!

Canada is home to some of the greatest artists and musicians EH? Budweiser Gardens has been lucky to have many of those Canadians perform at our venue over the past 16 years and we are honored that we will be hosting the 48th annual JUNO Awards which were founded to raise the public profile and recognition of musical artists in Canada.

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Charitable & Environmental Initiatives at Budweiser Gardens!

Budweiser Gardens has experienced the thrill of many amazing acts and performances throughout the years. Providing a space where artists can connect with thousands of people is truly a great feeling, but nothing compares to the feeling we have when we are able to help out our community.

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#BGReviewer: Simple Minds

It was 1985, a momentous year, as it was the year of my high school graduation and that winter  a song came out that tapped into the collective romantic zeitgeist of all the teens of the 80s. So Simple Minds entered the consciousness of my generation and we were swept along with dreams of romantic detention periods and hoping there was a Judd Nelson or Molly Ringwald (though I was an Ally Sheedy guy) who we could join with in our revolt against authority. Strong dreams friends, strong dreams.

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