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Watch as artists take over the windows at Citi Plaza! Attendees will have a designated interactive window to participate in the project.
Legendary Musician TWO DOLLAR BILL is back in London on a whirlwind trip after spending many years living off the land in an off-grid cabin in the wilderness north of Dryden, Ontario. He now makes his home in Portage La Prairie, Manitoba and stops in London as he visits Southern Ontario through the holiday season. He's looking forward to reuniting with his BAD PENNIES, some of London's best and most interesting country and roots musicians.
Let us help you get in the holiday spirit with a night of live music at Wonder Land! Wonder Land features a variety of programming at the old Ardene store in Citi Plaza.
In a magical underwater kingdom, the beautiful young mermaid, Ariel, longs to leave her ocean home — and her fins — behind and live in the world above. But first, she’ll have to defy her father, King Triton, make a deal with the evil sea witch, Ursula, and convince the handsome Prince Eric that she’s the girl whose enchanting voice he’s been seeking.
We are a brass band that started over 25 years ago and are the longest established trombone choir in Southwestern Ontario. We are all amateurs in the truest sense in that we “love” to play our instruments to the best of our ability while enjoying the fellowship unique to musicians.
We are pumped to have Gravity Junky, one of London’s best R&B Dance bands hitting our stage for 3 energetic sets of all your favourite dance songs!
Join El Sistema Aeolian for our Holiday Concert at Aeolian Hall on Thursday December 14th. We are presenting works performed by all our ensembles, from Beginner Strings and Cellos, Junior and Senior Choirs, Brass and Woodwinds to Full Orchestra. Featured works include holiday favourites such as Mr. Santa, Silent Night, and Cradle Song, Auld Lang Syne, theatrical excerpts from Shakespeare, and many more. Admission is free, donations are welcome.
‘They’re on their way, to the city lights’ … and, THE predominant Canadian Rock ‘n’ Roll band of the 1970s – The Stampeders – are bringing along all their classic hits: Wild Eyes, Carry Me, Oh My Lady, Devil You, Monday Morning Choo Choo, Minstrel Gypsy, Hit the Road Jack and, of course, the quintessential Canadian – and Hall of Fame – song, Sweet City Woman! A veritable soundtrack to a whole generation that will ‘carry you home’ … maybe not to Birmingham … but back to a time of tie-dyed t-shirts and elevator shoes, 15¢ coffee and homemade apple pie, dating and dreaming … By the time The Stampeders get to the first chorus of the first song, everyone will be singing along.
‘They’re on their way, to the city lights’ … and, THE predominant Canadian Rock ‘n’ Roll band of the 1970s – The Stampeders – are bringing along all their classic hits: Wild Eyes, Carry Me, Oh My Lady, Devil You, Monday Morning Choo Choo, Minstrel Gypsy, Hit the Road Jack and, of course, the quintessential Canadian – and Hall of Fame – song, Sweet City Woman! A veritable soundtrack to a whole generation that will ‘carry you home’ … maybe not to Birmingham … but back to a time of tie-dyed t-shirts and elevator shoes, 15¢ coffee and homemade apple pie, dating and dreaming … By the time The Stampeders get to the first chorus of the first song, everyone will be singing along. No seventies group represented Canada’s musical identity to the world like The Stampeders. A quick look at Canada’s music scene from 1971 until 1976 confirms The Stampeders were truly the country’s international musical ambassadors, touring more extensively in Canada and overseas than any other Canadian group during that time. In 1977 the trio: Rich Dodson (lead guitar), Kim Berly (drums) and Ronnie King (bass) parted company but reunited, fittingly at the Calgary Stampede, 15 years later in 1992. Since then they’ve been recognized by SOCAN for their Lifetime Achievement, been inducted into the SOCAN Songwriters Hall of Fame on five occasions and the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame for their 1971 seminal hit Sweet City Woman. The enduring musical legacy of The Stampeders … One More Time … ‘better catch a noon train, better get there for a rock ‘n’ rolling good time!’
Since Whiskey Jack’s inception 45+ years ago, their fans have been showering them with accolades celebrating their songs and stories. But the one constant that has fueled their success is what brings the crowds to their feet each night – a polished show exuding charm, ease and playfulness, qualities welcomed in this post Covid world. Since day 1, Duncan Fremlin has been plying his trade as the singer/banjo player/leader of Whiskey Jack. Over the years, elite members of the Canadian music community have enjoyed time in the Whiskey Jack family. Success followed in the 1980’s when the band was invited to host their own “Ol’ Back Porch” segment on the CBC TV’s Tommy Hunter Show. A few years later when Stompin’ Tom resumed his career, he called Duncan and invited his band to join him in the studio to record his acclaimed album, “Dr. Stompin’ Tom… Eh?”. These two Canadian musical institutions would continue to perform and record together until Tom’s death in 2014. Now Duncan is joined by two time Juno nominee Douglas John Cameron to carry the Whiskey Jack tradition into a post COVID world. Douglas John gained fame and notoriety in 1985 with his song Mona With The Children (True North Records). He was also well known for his appearances on Ants in Your Pants (Treehouse TV). His theatrical and dynamic approach to performing, coupled with his talents on many instruments bring an endless supply of energy to this already dynamic band. Whiskey Jack in 2023 continues to write, record and tour across the country. Their new self-produced album is now available on all platforms.
A fun & festive program that truly offers something for everyone. Performing London composer Sarah Quartel's A Winter's Day and other seasonal favourites, Chor Amica is joined by singers from the London InterCommunity Health Centre (LIHC) and you, our audience, for an uplifting and festive collaborative sing! Food donations will be collected in support of the LIHC food drive.
The 2024 Stars on Ice tour promises to be the best place to experience live performances by many of the reigning World Champions immediately after competing at the 2024 World Figure Skating Championships in Montreal. Leading the list of contenders will be Canada’s own Piper Gilles & Paul Poirier, two-time World medalists and two-time Canadian Dance Champions.
New discoveries about bats suggest we need to think more deeply about these mammals. Brock Fenton, professor Emeritus at Western University’s Biology Department, will discuss bats’ long (for their size) life spans — over 30 years in the wild to the distances they travel, as well as their resistance to many viral infections.
Join us for a festive celebration of music at Siloam United Church in London. The Siloam Choir will perform the Cantata "Christmas Presence: A Gathering of Hope, Peace, and Love". There will also be performances by the Siloam Sounds Bell Ringers, Dreams Come True Music Studio, the Community of Faith Musical Theatre Group, Saturday Morning Brass, and more! Come and share the joy of Christmas with us! Freewill donations and warm socks for the homeless gratefully accepted at the door.
Birds in the city are struggling to coexist alongside people. Dangerous interactions with pets and feral cats, loss of habitat, and collisions with windows are common threats to birds that everybody can do something about. Brendon Samuels, a Western Biology PhD candidate, will tell us about simple actions to support our relationships with birds and the urban spaces we share.
Even pest insects work hard to stay alive, especially on a liquid diet. Brent Sinclair, a Western Biology Professor will introduce us to the insects around London that get all their food from liquids, explain why that’s a challenge, and the extraordinary adaptations that help them get away with it.
Always looking for a good story and adventure, Emily “Ranger Em” Febrey, a local conservation educator and communicator, will share some of her favourite local adventures and the people and organizations that inspire her along her journey.
London is home to many rare and common wildlife species including some of the most at-risk reptiles in Canada. Scott Gillingwater, a Species At Risk Biologist with the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority, will discuss the impact of a growing city on reptiles and amphibians and how we can all help to ensure their survival.