July brings lavender-scented breezes, food adventures, and jazz to Niagara on the Lake. Here’s what’s happening: You won’t want to miss a thing!
City & Colour Concert
Kick off July with the City & Colour Concert at the Commons at Butler’s Barracks National Historic Site. Concert-goers are in for a treat as The Strumbellas play the intricate melodies that mix alt-country beats, bluegrass guitars, and pop sounds. This indie folk group counts among Canada’s most popular groups.
Extend your celebrations before or after Canada Day and take advantage of our special rate on overnight accommodations.
Enjoy festive daily welcome receptions, where you can savour Canadian wine and Canadian beer and maybe some nibbles!
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Friends have been celebrating Canada Day in Niagara on the Lake for more than 40 years. The Old Town and Fort George National Historic Site have played host to a multitude of events, pleasing discerning travelers and locals alike.
This year’s festivities, falling on Canada’s 150th year of birth, offer something for everyone – from outdoor music and fireworks to culinary walks and ghost tours, Niagara on the Lake is the place to be this Canada Day.