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Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly: The Rock ‘n’ Roll Dream Tour
Nov 19, 8pm, FirstOntario Concert Hall - 1 Summers Lane, Hamilton. Concert audience in the dark. A unique concert experience, see legends Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly perform as holograms with a live band and back-up singers. An American singer-songwriter, Roy Orbison was known for his pop, country, rock songs with complex song structures and dark, emotional ballads. Buddy Holly was an American singer-songwriter known as a pioneering rock n roll figure in the 1950s until his untimely death at age 22. This cutting-edge, multi-media holographic performance and remastered audio presented by industry leaders BASE Hologram will transport audiences back in time for an evening of Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly’s greatest hits onstage. For more information, please visit coreentertainment.ca/events/detail/rocknrolldream19 or call 905.546.3100
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Hill Brothers Bluegrass Band
Nov 16 and Nov 17, Artword Artbar - 15 Colbourne St., Hamilton. Hill Brothers perform a wide range of styles including bluegrass, Celtic, rockabilly, swing, and rock. Reservations recommended. Artword Artbar is an arts hub, a meeting place for artists, a live music venue, a theatre space, and an art gallery. Opened in 2009, it's located just off James Street North and is part of the monthly community art crawls. For more information, please visit artword.net/artbar/?p=16613 or call 905.543.8512
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A Scarlett Christmas
Coming Soon… Nov 24, 7:30pm, 1 Summers Lane, Hamilton. A Scarlett Christmas features Scarlett Deva celebrating the holiday season with a variety of music styles including pop, rock, country, jazz, Celtic, and opera. Scarlett will perform both festive favourites and new holiday music, along with storytelling. For more information, please visit coreentertainment.ca/events/detail/scarlett-christmas19? or call 905.546.3100
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Escarpment Train Exhibit
Continues to Jan 5, 10:30am to 4pm, Rock Garden - Royal Botanical Gardens, 680 Plains Road West, Burlington. RBG’s newest ‘‘G scale’‘ model train experience takes you on a journey through four seasons of whimsical Canadian landscapes while telling the story of how railroads shaped our history. The Escarpment Train Exhibit illustrates three eras of locomotion history including the steam engines of the late 1800s, the streamliners of the 1930s and the powerful modern diesels of the 1960s up to present day. Weekends, Nov 16 to 22; Daily Dec 23, 27-30, Jan 2-5; *Not available Dec 24, 25, 26, 31, Jan 1. Also available as part of Winter Lights at the Rock! The exhibit is displayed indoors at the Robert Stipe Garden House, but requires walking through the outdoor Rock Garden to access. For more information, please visit RBG.ca or call 905.527.1158 or 1.800.694.4769
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Fair Nov
Nov 14 to Nov 17, University of Guelph, University Centre - 50 Stone Road E, Guelph. The Fair Nov 2019 Craft Show is an indoor, juried show, which takes place in the University Centre Building at the University of Guelph. Show Hours: Thursday and Friday 10am - 9pm, Saturday 10am - 6pm, and Sunday 10am - 5pm. This is a Free event. For more information, please visit uoguelph.ca
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Thorold Community Theatre Presents Nurse Jane Goes to Hawaii
Continues to…Nov 23, Hall at Trinity United Church - 15 Pine Street South, Thorold. When Vivian Bliss, author of Romance novels, sets out to spend a romantic weekend with respectably married teacher Edgar Chisolm, she starts a train of events which involves all the classic elements of farce. A great time to be had for all. Adults $13 - $15. For more information, please visit thoroldtheatre.ca or call 905.682.8779
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Winter Lights Festival : Santa Claus Parade
Nov 15 & Nov 16. Kick off the holidays in downtown Brampton with the annual Winter Lights Festival presented by Northwest Lexus. Celebrate the first lighting of the tree in Ken Whillans Square, shop the outdoor holiday market, and enjoy Canada’s largest nighttime Santa Claus Parade presented by the Rotary Club of Brampton. Tree Lighting - Ken Whillans Square, Friday Nov 15 at 8pm. The annual Tree Lighting Ceremony is the official kickoff celebration for holiday season in Brampton. Together, Bramptonians will count down to light up the City’s 60-foot spruce tree, decorated with over 10,000 Christmas lights, in Ken Whillans Square. Watch the tree light up at 8pm, and enjoy free activities, light installations, and entertainment all evening long. Stage Schedule - 6pm Event Kick-off; 6:05pm Performances by St. Roch’s Funk In Da Trunk and Jam Clubs; 6:45pm LED Bot Dancers; 6:50pm Performances by Christina’s Dance and Arts Studio; 7:10pm Spin Scarlets LED Hoop Dancers; 7:20pm Battle of the Chainsaws; 7:55pm Greetings by Mayor Brown and Members of Council; 8pm Official Tree Lighting; 8:05pm Chinguacousy Swing Orchestra Band; Christmas Market presented by Garden Square Friday, Nov 15 from 4pm - 10pm and Saturday, Nov 16 from 11am - 11pm - Start your shopping and get in the holiday spirit at this year’s outdoor Christmas Market presented by Tire World. Shop for unique gifting items, enjoy a sweet treat, or ride the carousel – this year’s market celebrates the whimsical energy of the holidays by combining the charm of a holiday market with the energy of a winter carnival – all located in Garden Square. : Saturday Nov 16 at 5pm - Santa Claus Parade, Main St. North to South. Catch the annual Brampton Santa Claus Parade, presented by the Rotary Club of Brampton. Celebrating their 25th anniversary, the annual Brampton Santa Claus Parade is the largest single-day event in the Region of Peel and is considered to be the largest nighttime parade in Canada! The spectacle of twinkling lights, floats, marching bands, and costume characters runs south along Main Street from Sproule Drive to Elgin Drive. For more details including the parade route, parade history and road closures, visit bramptonsantaclausparade.com. Free event. For more information, please visit brampton.ca/EN/Arts-Culture-Tourism/Festivals-and-Events/Pages/Winter-Lights-Festival.aspx
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Drury Lane: Legally Blonde
Nov 15 to Nov 23, Drury Lane Theatre - 2269 New Street, Burlington. Elle Woods appears to have it all. Her life is turned upside down when her boyfriend Warner dumps her so he can attend Harvard Law. Determined to get him back, Elle ingeniously charms her way into the prestigious law school. While there, she struggles with peers, professors and her ex. With the support of some new friends, though, Elle quickly realizes her potential and sets out to prove herself to the world. Director/Choreographer - Michael MacLennan*; Musical Director - Anne Barnshaw; Producer - Joanne Warren. *The participation of this Artist is arranged by permission of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association under the provisions of the Dance Opera Theatre Policy. Legally Blonde is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI (MTIShows.com). For more information, please visit drurylane.ca or call 905.637.3979
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