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- The Shaw Festival 2015
The New AM 740 is the Official Radio Sponsor of The Shaw Festival 2015 Season at Niagara-On-The-Lake.
This year’s line-up includes Tony Award winning musical “Sweet Charity”, Shaw’s “Pygmalion”, “Light Up The Sky”, “Peter and the Starcatcher” and more.
To check out their complete schedule or to order tickets go to shawfest.com or call 1-800-511-SHAW.
- Apr 17
- A Tribute to Barbra Streisand and Frank Sinatra
The New AM 740 presents the ARB production of “A Tribute to Barbra Streisand and Frank Sinatra”
Tickets are available by calling 1-800-753-9857 or go to carmens.com.
- May 26
- The Wizard and I: Broadway Hits
The Wizard and I: Broadway Hits – June 16 and 17 at Roy Thomson Hall.
This scintillating concert showcases the music of the GRAMMY® Award– and Oscar-winning composer, Stephen Schwartz. Enjoy all the greatest songs from such fabulous hit musicals as Godspell, Wicked, and Pippin.
- Jun 16
- Bette Midler
Multiple Grammy Award®-winning singer and legendary performer Bette Midler will return to the stage for her first major tour in a decade. The Divine Miss M comes to The Air Canada Centre on June 20.
For tickets or more information go to livenation.com
- Jun 20
- SHANIA TWAIN
One of the world’s best-selling female artist in history, Shania Twain, has announced her first North American tour in more than 11 years entitled ROCK THIS COUNTRY. The 48 date run comes hot on the heels of her hit two-year residency in Las Vegas at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
June 22 – FirstOntario Centre (Hamilton)
June 24&25 – Air Canada Centre (Toronto)
Tickets go on sale Friday March 13 at 10AM at ticketmaster.ca
- Jun 22
- The Shaw Festival 2015
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