The Seneca Niagara Casino hosted a press conference on April 10, to announce their Summer Rush promotion- what they are calling a package of world-class entertainment, promotions and special events during June through early September. It will take place at all three of the Seneca Casinos and also at Seneca Hickory Stick Golf Course in the falls as well.
Music acts a plenty with Fleetwood Mac Singer Stevie Nicks in for a solo show. Also announced were gigs by Meat Loaf, Joe Walsh, Rik Emmett, country superstars Trace Adkins and Lonestar.
As for comedy lovers, they did not leave you out as Frank Caliendo, Larry The Cable Guy, as well as Artie Lange with comic Nick DiPaolo all will perform at Seneca Niagara Events Center.
In addition, racing fans will have the opportunity to meet legendary driver Rusty Wallace at Seneca Allegany Casino on Thursday, August 9.
For more information check out the weblinks below:
Seneca Niagara Casino at www.senecaniagaracasino.com
Seneca Allegany Casino at www.senecaalleganycasino.com
Tickets are available at all Seneca Casino box offices, www.Ticketmaster.com , all Ticketmaster locations, or by phone at 800-745-3000.
The Seneca Niagara Casino was opened in 2003. It was originally converted from the Niagara Falls Convention Center which opened in 1973. The Hotel was later added on and opened in 2006. The casino currently has two venues inside that regularly host national acts.
Escalator leading up to the Event Center
The Seneca Event Center
Year Opened: 2006
The Seneca Event Center has hosted many shows since its opening in 2006. It contains a nice size stage. The seats are divided into three sections. The only downfall is that the seats are all one level and do not incline at all. This may leave one with not too good of a view if you have a tall person in front of you. But do not let this deter you from checking out one of the many great shows hosted by this venue.
The Bears Den
Year Opened: 2005
The Bears Den is the mecca of all intimate venues. Not only do you get pristine sound but no matter where you sit, you will get a great view of the stage.
Some of the artists who have played here: Collective Soul, Ace Frehley, Patty Smyth & Scandal, Mickey Thomas & Starship, The Zombies, Jon Anderson among many more.
Seating chart from the old NFCC
Niagara Falls Convention Center
Year Opened: 1973
The Niagara Falls Convention and Civic Center was opened in 1973. The multi-purpose venue hosted many concerts earlier then also several trade shows and many then World Wrestling Federation events. It was designed by famous architects John Burgee and Philip Johnson. The duo designed many other famous buildings and are noted for their contributions to postmodern architecture. The Convention Center was closed in 2002 following several years of struggling to break even. Seneca Niagara Casino now occupies the site. A who’s who list of artist at one time played the Convention Center including Aerosmith, Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, David Lee Roth, Van Halen, Alice Cooper, Rush and David Bowie among many more.