News & Updates
Budweiser Gardens finished 2019 ranked as the #98 arena worldwide according to Pollstar Magazine, which tracks tickets sales for touring shows for all worldwide venues.
We’re just over a week into a new decade, and New Year’s resolutions are in full swing! Whether it’s eating better, making time for hobbies, or finally learning a new language, New Year’s resolutions abound.
Though it’s great to make a New Year's resolution, it doesn’t matter unless you follow through. Studies show that only a small percentage of people making New Year’s resolutions accomplish what they set out to do. The problem is that most people get too ambitious and set unrealistic goals, without a plan to follow through and get shit done. Instead, tap into the energy and motivation that comes with the New Year, and harness it for real, actionable results.
The Spectra Venue Management team at Budweiser Gardens is proud to introduce Holiday Light recycling as part of the venue’s 2020 green initiatives. Beginning on Monday, January 6th and running until puck drop on Friday, January 10th, Londoners can bring their old indoor/outdoor holiday lights to Budweiser Gardens to be disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner as part of the venue’s partnership with Waste Connections of Canada.
As another year ends, we reflect on the fantastic year we’ve had at Budweiser Gardens from many sold-out shows to hosting the most significant event the building has ever had! We are so proud of all the accomplishments we’ve had over the past year, and we’re glad we got to celebrate this year with all of our patrons, partners and staff.
Mix it in a margarita or give it to us straight, who would say no to tequila? We’re celebrating the London Tequila Expo presented by FM96 happening this weekend with a margarita and a quick history lesson. Turns out, there’s a ton of stuff we didn’t know about Mexico’s fave drink!
When I discovered that the Jersey Boys musical would be returning to the Start.ca Performance Stage for Broadway In London at Budweiser Gardens I knew I wasn’t going to miss it. Saturday night’s performance was not my first time seeing the highly acclaimed show about the life of Frankie Valli and the members of the Four Seasons.
While some say Arkells have ‘skyrocketed’ to Canadian fame, that’s not the case. They’ve earned their way as demonstrated last night at Budweiser Gardens.
The crowd was abuzz as Arkells fans stormed the arena in their best leather jackets and rainbow tassels. A sense of community permeated the venue as Londoners came out to collectively enjoy their favourite band.