The New AM 740 is the “Official Radio Sponsor” of Canada Blooms 2014.
It’s Canada’s largest flower and garden festival and it goes ‘Wild’ this year with 6 acres of glorious gardens in full bloom and so much more…
When you’re at the festival be sure to visit the Canada’s Garden Route booth to enter the Garden Lovers Dream Contest presented by The New AM 740 and VIA Rail for a chance to win a trip-for-two to your choice of garden including VIA First Class travel and two nights’ hotel accommodation!
Tickets are available at the door or visit canadablooms.com.
Your ticket to Canada Blooms provides free same day admission to The National Home Show.
Canada Blooms 2014 sponsored by Zoomer Radio, The New AM 740.
Celtic Crossroads launches an explosive spectacle that is exhilarating and authentic. This show is a tribute to their relatives and their country – not many people are aware that practicing traditional Irish arts was outlawed in the homeland less than 100 years ago and unlawful gatherings at crossroads were tinged with danger.
With youthful energy and dazzling musicianship this show combines traditional Irish music, bluegrass, gypsy and jazz with the excitement of percussive Irish dance.
For tickets call their Box Office at (905) 874-2800 or visit rosetheatre.ca.
The New AM 740 “Presents” Frankie Avalon at The Mississauga Living Arts Centre, March 15 at 8 pm. The original “teen idol” Frankie Avalon is one of the world’s most beloved entertainers and this Rock and Roll Hall of Famer sells out houses across the globe.
St. Patrick’s Day Celebration concert at Hugh’s Room featuring Rant Maggie Rant
The always-popular Rant Maggie Rant returns to Toronto’s equally-popular, prestigious, folk-roots venue Hugh’s Room – for the fourth consecutive year – to perform a spirited St. Patrick’s Day Celebration concert on March 15, 2014. This is the perfect opportunity for revelers of Irish heritage and the Irish at heart to enjoy a not-to-be-missed evening by a band that likes to mischievously colour outside the prescribed lines of Celtic music.
Admission: $25 advance or $27.50 at door