FREE Summer Concerts | The Niagara Stage | Elliott Brood

Niagara Parks presents The Niagara Stage

WHAT: Free Summer Concert Series
WHERE: Outside Queen Victoria Place Restaurant | 6345 Niagara Pkwy, Niagara Falls, ON
CALL: Toll-free: 1 (877) 642-7275

The Niagara Stage returns. Presented by Niagara Parks with support from Polaris Music Prize, every Saturday throughout the summer at our scenic Queen Victoria Place, the Niagara Stage Concert Series draws from the long list of diverse Canadian musical talent that has been awarded, recognized, and listed by the prestigious Canadian Polaris Music Prize across its history. Enjoy a spectrum of sounds, styles, talent, and culture as vast as Canada itself.

All concerts take place at the Polaris Music Stage outside Queen Victoria Place Restaurant 8pm-10pm.

Elliott Brood | Jul 20 • 8pm

Elliott Brood is a three-piece Folk-Rock Alt Country band based in Hamilton, Canada. Mark Sasso, Casey Laforet and Stephen Pitkin are the talent behind a brand of fuzzed-up roots music that creates a captivating, and frenetic live performance. Their energy electrified the band’s five previous critically acclaimed records.

Their style has been called everything from ‘blackgrass’ to ‘death country,’ but those descriptions don’t capture the transcendent heights of their unique approach to roots music.

In the Fall of 2017, the band released their sixth full-length studio album “Ghost Gardens”. The album was inspired when the band found demo songs they wrote early in their career. A forgotten and misplaced hard drive was discovered sitting in an old suitcase in a garage. The recordings were demos and rough pencil sketches of song lyrics and melody ideas.

Tanya Tagaq | June 28 • 8pm
Hannah Georgas | July 1 • 8pm
Doug Paisley | July 6 • 8pm
Jennifer Castle | Jul 13 • 8pm
Tanika Charles & The Wonderfuls | Jul 27 • 8pm
Iskwē | Aug 3 • 8pm
Milk & Bone | Aug 10 • 8pm
Kobo Town | Aug 17 • 8pm
The Fred Eaglesmith Road Show feat. Tif Ginn | Aug 24 • 8pm
Great Lake Swimmers | Aug 31 • 8pm

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