Several popular Hamilton festivals and cultural events are getting a big funding boost from the province.
Nothing like live music to help Burlington in its COVID-19 pandemic recovery.
The Niagara Falls Downtown Business Improvement Area (BIA) had a pretty big musical announcement this morning (July 29).
Brampton’s The Rose Theatre will be hosting its first live performance nearly a year-and-a-half when Serena Ryder performs Aug. 26.
When Mississauga-born singer-songwriter Alessia Cara performed two live songs on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night (July 19), Niagara Falls was the prominent backdrop for both songs.
Vibrant Brampton, one of the largest South Asian festivals in Canada, will be held virtually July 23 to 25.
Auditioning for a choir usually conjures up an image straight out of the TV show, “Glee.” A lone singer standing on a stage under a spotlight, nervously singing his or her heart out.
Don’t call it a comeback — Greek Palace has been satisfying soulvaki cravings in Hamilton for years.
In another hopeful sign that we’re slowly returning to ‘normal’ Hamilton’s The Arkells have announced their first live concert date in 16 months.
The City of Hamilton formalized the Musicians Fair Payment Policy that will be applied to events led by the City.Council approved the policy on June 23, 2021.