News & Updates
In response to slowing the spread of COVID-19, many businesses have been forced to close their doors. One of the earliest impacted sectors was the entertainment industry. With the closure of music venues, theatres, bars and pubs, live music events came to a rapid halt in an effort to 'flatten the curve'. The result has left many musicians and industry workers without an income. We all cherish the creators and the value they bring to our communities both socially and economically. Below are a couple suggestions on how you as an individual can continue to support the musicians and those who work in the music and entertainment industry.
span style="background:white">Due to the event postponements this past weekend, on Friday, March 13th at 2:00 pm Spectra Food Services at Budweiser Gardens donated roughly $1,000 of produce to My Sisters Place. The produce donated would have been used for the games that were scheduled to take place this past weekend.
As someone who grew up seeing commercials for Riverdance on their television screen, I had a vague idea about the Grammy-winning show but I truly had no idea what to expect when I walked into Budweiser Gardens to attend opening night. A quick ‘too long, didn’t read’ summary for you: My mind was blown.
The fact is, everyone, needs a little magic in their lives — and luckily for us Londoners, Disney On Ice is here to deliver just that. The spirited spectacle kicked off last night at Budweiser Gardens, much to the delight of fans young and old, with a healthy handful of performances ready to take over the rink daily until Sunday, Feb. 23.
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.