Blue Rodeo concert in Niagara Falls for New Years Eve canceled


Published December 31, 2021 at 11:23 am

The New Years Eve show at the Niagara Falls Convention Centre for New Years Eve has been canceled due to new capacity limits.

The most anticipated concert tickets for New Years Eve in Niagara Falls has been canceled.

The Blue Rodeo concert, featuring opening acts Serena Ryder and Crown Lands, slated for the Scotiabank Convention Centre (renamed the Niagara Falls Convention Centre on December 29) has been shifted to a future date.

The highly-anticipated live concert, organized by Tourism Niagara as part of their Niagara Falls Music Live series, was seriously hampered by the Ontario government’s announcement yesterday (December 30) that as of New Year’s Day, capacity limits were 50 per cent or 1,000 people, whichever was lower.

With the theatre capacity of roughly 7,000, far too many ticketholders would be affected by the new 1,000 person maximum so the show is getting shifted to a later date.

“With today’s Provincial Public Health announcement that concert capacity limits are being further reduced, the concert scheduled to be held at the Niagara Falls Convention Centre on December 31st is being postponed,” said Tourism Niagara. “A rescheduled concert date will be announced by the Convention Centre as soon as possible.”

However, because the music series is using many smaller venues, they added, “Niagara Falls Music Live events at restaurants, bars and lounges on December 31 and January 1 are continuing within all safety guidelines and protocols established by Regional and Provincial Public Health authorities.”

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