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  • People enjoying Ribfest in  Victoria Park in London, Ontario, Canada.


    London Ribfest

    London RibFest features an array of ribs for your tasting, fun exhibits, live music and rides. Join us every year at Victoria Park, London, Ontario on the Civic Holiday weekend.

  • Girl laughing as she and her dog are on an outdoor dog obstacle course.


    Dorchester Pet Fest

    Don't miss out on the social highlight of the season for your pet July 27 & 28 from 10 AM to 5 PM at the Dorchester Fairgrounds located just east of London for Dorchester Pet Fest. This incredible festival is a must-attend event for pet parents and pet lovers alike. Dorchester Pet Fest is more than just a dog festival; we celebrate all pets and aim to create an inclusive and welcoming environment for everyone. Indulge in two days of pet-focused fun as the Dorchester Fairgrounds transforms into a haven for furry friends all in support of animal rescues. You’ll find performances from canine athletes; free expert advice; have-a-go activities; animal meet and greets; delicious food and drinks; fantastic shopping; tons of treats; plus plenty of play! Immerse yourself in a world of adorable action as Dozer and friends take to the field to wow the audience. Experience the joy of the Little Hobby Hill Farm petting zoo where you can interact with a wide variety of lovable animals. And for the high-energy pups the Dog Lover's Days lure course and a try-it agility area await providing thrilling challenges for your four-legged friends. But it doesn't stop there! We have a silent auction where you can bid on fantastic items a second-hand pet marketplace where you can find unique treasures for your furry friends and a wide range of food trucks to satisfy your cravings. And for those over 19 we have a licensed area where you can unwind and sip on your favourite beverages. Entrance to Dorchester Pet Fest is $10 for adults and $5 for children. Kids under 2 get in free! Tickets are available on our website so make sure to grab yours ahead of time for this unforgettable festival. For more information and updates visit our website and follow us on social media. We can't wait to see you there!

  • Jaeden Izik-Dzurko in a suit, looking at the camera.


    Jeffery Concerts Presents Jaeden Izik-Dzurko

    The Jeffery Concerts is a series of exceptional chamber music concerts presented by the Gordon Jeffery Music Foundation. Featuring Canadian and internationally renowned artists. Don't miss Jaeden Izik-Dzurko on piano. Celebrated by the CBC in 2021 as one of “30 hot Canadian classical musicians under 30,” pianist Jaeden Izik-Dzurko is earning a reputation as a promising young artist. Recognized by audiences, conductors, composers, and critics alike for the exceptional communicative power and thoughtfulness of his interpretations, “…he projects a distinctive musical personality that imbues even the most routine passagework with character and individuality” (Calgary Herald).

  • Magisterra soloists on stage with their instruments.


    Magisterra At The Museum: Global Connections

    Experience musical mastery with Magisterra Soloists on Thursday, July 4 2024 at 7 pm as we conclude our 2023/2024 season with a program of music from around the world! Join us as we invite musicians from around the world to partake in an evening of chamber music fun at the stunning Museum London in Downtown London! From the iconic Shostakovich string quartet no.8 to premieres of commissioned works by Brazilian, Swiss-Italian, and Canadian composers, it is an international medley of music that you do not want to miss! Purchase your tickets now to ensure the experience of a lifetime!

  • Lady in black holding a cello with wavy orange lines behind her.


    London Symphonia: An Elegant Fire

    Guest artist: Elinor Frey, cello soloist and leader. As a reaction to the dense introspection of the Baroque masters, a wave of composers in the middle of the 1700’s searched for a mode of expression that was lighter, more transparent, and melody driven. This simpler way of creating music manifested itself in a directness that allowed for a witty and elegant clarity to match the intellectual fashions of the day.

  • Turquoise, blue, pink, purple and yellow colours melding together to create a design.


    London Symphonia: Transformed

    Performers: Shawn Spicer, curator, lead, trumpet; London Symphonia Winds, Brass, and Percussion. Great pieces of music have good bones—that certain something that connects with the listener even when it’s transformed into something radically different from the original idea.

  • Giant foam waterslides with people going down them.


    The 5k Foam Fest

    The World's #1 Fun Run! #GetFilthyClean The 5K Foam Fest is a one of kind Obstacle Course based Fun Run. Join us for over 22 obstacles including the world's largest inflatable waterslide, mud pits and 2.5 MILLION cubic feet of foam! Rock out all day to 12,000 watts of awesome (family friendly) music, enjoy a FREE kids zone for kids 7 and under, taste delicious food, shop from local vendors and celebrate your success in our well-stocked beer garden. With a variety of obstacles and a ton of foam, the 5K Foam Fest run is an exciting challenge for experienced and beginner runners alike.. Walk it, run it, charge it, fun it; this course should be enjoyed at your own pace and all obstacles are optional!

  • Magisterra Soloists on stage with their instruments.


    Magisterra At The Museum: Bohemian Rhapsody

    Prepare for an epic musical journey with Magisterra Soloists through the land of Bohemia on Thursday, May 30 2024 at 7 pm! Join us at Museum London as we venture through the soaring patriotic melodies of iconic Bohemian composers such as Fibich, Martinu, and Dvorak. With an interesting arrangement of chamber music showcasing this musically eclectic region in Europe, it is a concert you do not want to miss! Purchase your tickets now for an unforgettable evening of classical music:

  • Four old style microphones with background in yellow and names like Carl Perkins, Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash.


    Million Dollar Quartet

    On December 4, 1956, an extraordinary twist of fate brought Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Carl Perkins together – for the first and only time. That night, they recorded rock ‘n’ roll history. 

  • Headshot of Andrew Prashad the solo star of the show.


    One Step at a Time

    After enthralling audiences in Grand Ghosts, renowned Canadian tap dancer, Andrew Prashad returns to the Grand Theatre with his intimate, solo show: One Step at a Time. Using monologues, original songs, improvisational tap dance, and multimedia video, Andrew shares his and his wife’s personal journey of caring for a son with spina bifida and hydrocephalus, while raising two daughters – all while maintaining his career as a professional actor, singer, and dancer.

  • Green Jelly performing against a graffiti covered wall.


    Green Jelly with special guest Talbotville Gore, Deathclub, Mirage 13, & Dangersex

    London Music Hall & Cleopatra Records present Green Jelly with special guest Talbotville Gore, Deathclub, Mirage 13, & Dangersex on Thursday, April 25, 2024 at Rum Runners.

  • Little Women


    Little Women

    The acclaimed Broadway musical LITTLE WOMEN comes alive on the Performance Stage at Budweiser Gardens in London for one performance on April 29, 2024. Based on the beloved classic novel, this captivating and charming new production from Big League Productions, Inc. is filled with stunning music and bristles with energy, creating a completely wholesome treat perfect for the whole family.    

  • Black and white image of old-fashioned right-hand drive car called a Hupmobile.


    Getting Around London - Museum London

    This exhibition of images from the mid-19th to the mid-20th centuries explores how Londoners traveled in and around the city over time. It begins by highlighting the Deshkan Zibii / Thames River. The Anishinaabeg and Haudenosaunee traveled its waters before and after the arrival of newcomers. The exhibition also explores horses, bicycles, automobiles, trains, and airplanes as modes of transportation, as well as the infrastructure and services that supported them. All of these shaped London as they connected the city and its residents to the world. 

  • Old cigar box showing three men panning for gold by a river.


    Kick Back, Cool Down, Drink Up: Cigar Boxes, Fans, and Silverware from the Collection

    Museum London’s collection of cigar boxes, fans, and silverware embody important parts of the community’s history. Cigar boxes, with their colourful images, illustrate a part of London’s industrial past. Fans for their part, are fashion accessories, souvenirs, and, on occasion, promotional items. As for silverware, it was sometimes a gift to mark a milestone, and other times a status symbol, and always decorative.

  • Five people in a car with a city skyline behind them.


    Camille Turner and Camal Pirbhai: The New Brunswick 5

    The New Brunswick 5 memorializes a 1786 wanted ad issued by the slaveholder Caleb Jones in what is today Fredericton, New Brunswick. Calling for the recapture of five Black North Americans whom Jones claimed as his property, the ad–of which there were countless other examples in 18th century British North America–demonstrates the normalcy of slavery in what is today Canada. Some of this country’s earliest Black settlers were enslaved people yet their histories, dating back 400 years, have been conspicuously absent from the national narrative. 

  • Individual images of twelve different people from all walks of life.


    Resilient London: Meet Your Neighbours

    This exhibition is about people. Not historical figures, or individuals from distant locations, but contemporary Londoners, here and now. You might know some of the 71 contributors, or have passed them on the street, sat beside them on the bus, waited in checkout lines with them, or exchanged ideas on social media. They could be family, friends, colleagues, or complete strangers; but they’re all our neighbours. 

  • Historic image of the London Courthouse and the Gaol from 1841.


    London: A History

    Have you ever wondered how London has come to be the city we know today? London: A History, presents a glimpse of our community and how it has evolved over time. Featuring over 300 historical artifacts, images, and stories about the Forest City, it will give you some insight into the people, events, and issues that have shaped the community. 

  • 3 People wearing walk to end ALS shirts, two standing and the middle one in a wheelchair.


    Annual London Walk to End ALS

    This year will mark the 24 year at Springbank Gardens hosting a charitable walk for those affected by ALS – a neurological disease with no cure. Approximately 350 people attend to meet at and walk at our family friendly event 2.5 one direction and turn around for a total of 5km walk Maurice Chapman Walkway , Staff and Volunteers help to run, speakers will attend, bottled water and prepackaged food will be available.