Great Lake Swimmers, The Spoons arrive at Niagara Falls Music Live series


By Don Redmond

Posted on November 15, 2021 at 1:02 p.m.

It might not look like a concert hall, but the dining hall at the Old Stone Inn Boutique Hotel will become a concert hall in December.

The elegant dining room at The Old Stone Inn Boutique Hotel in Niagara Falls will look very different at the end of the year, as it is poised to become an intimate concert venue.

Canadian folk icons Great Lake Swimmers and 1980s pop-rock heroes The Spoons will take over the dining room on December 29-30 as part of the Niagara Falls Music Live series which will see more than 75 live concerts held over the years. last six days of December.

With DJ Marinko playing pre and post-show concerts for both concerts, there will be general and private VIP seating for both concerts.

With over seven albums, Toronto-based Great Lake Swimmers is one of the county’s most beloved independent folk artists, having been nominated for two Juno Awards and winning a Canadian Indie Award for Artist / Folk Group / Root prefer. They opened for Robert Plant and Feist. Tickets for this show, which takes the stage at 8 p.m., start at $ 45.

For fans of 1980s Canadian pop-rock, The Spoons, still directed by Gord Dieppe and Sandy Horne, needs no introduction. Catchy, impossible-to-sing hits such as Nova Heart, Tell No Lies, Romantic Traffic, and Old Emotion cemented them as one of the biggest bands of the decade. Tickets for the concert, taking the stage at 9 p.m., start at $ 40.

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