This past Saturday my family and I were treated to an afternoon out at Budweiser Gardens to catch the legendary Harlem Globetrotters! We entered the venue to see a massive countdown clock to the start of the show and an impressive merchandise display for kids to ogle over at one end of the court.
This past Saturday my 4 year old and I were fortunate to have won tickets to the PJ Mask performance. My son had a wonderful time as the concert was quite engaging with all of the bright stage lighting and optics. The songs were those he know and was able to sing along with.
Last year, I saw Disney on ice for the first time. I was wowed with captivating choreography, astounding acrobatics and creative costumes. Last year’s performance really raised the bar. This year did not disappoint.
It may have been frigid outside, but on Thursday, January 31st, Budweiser Gardens was fired up! Bryan Adams, the iconic Canadian singer/songwriter/musician himself, hit the stage with bandmates to perform an impressive two and a half hour set for his 2019 'Shine a Light' tour. Much to the delight of a sold-out audience, Adams belted out many of his classic hits, such as 'Summer of '69' and 'Cuts Like a Knife', along with several singles from his newest album, 'Shine a Light'.
Any fan of the ‘Harry Potter’ films knows the music is just as iconic as the characters themselves thanks to legendary composer John Williams.
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets in Concert allows you relive the whimsy and mystery of the film on the big screen, which is a treat in itself, but when you add a symphony orchestra playing the score live it becomes elevated to an otherworldly level.
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.