Festivals in Oakville


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  • Spa Sensations Princess Parties
    Dark hardwood floors, walls painted in soothing earth tones, and a spa staff dressed in crisp white. At first glance, Spa Sensations Princess Parties might look like a salon for Mommy. However, this sweet spa was designed with the littlest of ladies in mind. Birthday celebrants and their guests slip off their shoes and put on plush white robes before receiving a mani-pedi or glittery makeup application. Kids can schedule some one-on-one time with their BFFs for a salon treatment or some crafting, which might include scrapbooking, making jewellery, or thinking up new imaginary friends. Summer camps incorporate a wide array of services and activities, from salon sessions to coloring book marathons.
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    336 Church St.
    Oakville, ON CA
  • Silver Swords Armouries
    Before wars were won with guns and tanks, warriors battled hand-to-hand with swords and knives, and knights followed chivalric codes. Silver Swords Armouries' renaissance aficionados hope to teach people what it was like to be a man-at-arms during those simpler times, so they lead lessons in old-school weaponry. In a small-group setting, participants learn to properly wield swords, knives, and bows and arrows. Silver Swords Armouries, which was founded during the final year of the Ontario Renaissance Festival in 2003, also supplies historically accurate and functional arms and armour for collectors and the stage and film industry.
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    180 Burnhamthorpe Rd. E
    Oakville, ON CA
  • Innovation Arts and Entertainment
    Since 1993, Cirque Dreams' family-friendly variety extravaganzas have called upon a cast of acrobats, strongmen, and daredevils to wring the oohs and aahs out of audiences with tremendous feats of derring-do. During each themed production, more than 100 performers garbed in dazzling outfits twirl high in the air, contort their bodies into impossible shapes, and solve long division problems to earn uproarious applause from the crowd. At Dream Studios in Pompano Beach, Florida, hundreds of contracted artists from around the world develop their skills and prep for Cirque Dreams performances under the direction of Neil Goldberg and his team of choreographers, contortionists, and designers.
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    1 Summers Lane
    Hamilton, ON CA
  • Copps Coliseum
    After five years away from American stages, the immutable hard-rock juggernaut of Guns N’ Roses reuses its illusions to whip crowds into a frenzy during a notoriously raucous live show. Enigmatic siren Axl Rose, beloved for his lack of hubris and punk-rock stance against prolificacy, leads his wrecking crew of Roses through a two-hour tour of greatest hits culled from the band's groundbreaking mainstream debut album, Appetite for Destruction, the long-awaited Chinese Democracy, and everything in between. The group soars and shines throughout a marathon performance, ranging from turbocharged rockers such as “Welcome to the Jungle” and “Sweet Child O’ Mine” to heart-sweating ballads like “November Rain.” With hatless new axman Dj Ashba stepping into the shoes of Slash, and The Replacements’ Tommy Stinson replacing Duff McKagan, Guns N’ Roses is recharged and ready to quench destructive appetites with pure organic rock wrung from handpicked bandanas. The Pretty Reckless, featuring Taylor Momsen from Gossip Girl, starts the show with macabre tunes about love and death.
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    101 York Boulevard
    Hamilton, ON CA
  • Hamilton Bulldogs
    The American Hockey League affiliate of the Montreal Canadiens, the Hamilton Bulldogs came into the AHL as tiny, puck-hungry puppies back in 1996. Over the next decade, the team quickly established itself as a dominant force, reaching the playoffs in eight of its first ten seasons. And it was during that tenth season that the Bulldogs reached maturity and shed their puppy skins, claiming the Calder Cup for the very first time in 2007. Today, the team plays all of its home games at Copps Coliseum—known as the Dog Pound to diehard fans. The Coliseum is the home of team mascot Bruiser the Bulldog, who leads legions of red-and-blue-clad supporters to support the team with thunderous howls, menacing growls, and puppy-eyed pleas for food from the concession stand.
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    101 York Blvd.
    Hamilton, ON CA
  • Food & Drink Fest
    This March, the award-winning Food & Drink Fest once again showcases the best of Hamilton, Burlington, and Niagara, all under one roof. The region's most popular restaurants, bakeries, breweries, and wineries come together annually for the show, enabling those in attendance to try new tastes or reacquaint themselves with past favorites. Equipped with official show programs, guests can explore the collection of unique exhibitor stations, stopping along the way to test the products being doled out. They also pick up tips from cooking demonstrations, getting close enough to the action to feel the heat and hear how chefs convince ingredients to jump into boiling pots. Live music provides the weekend's soundtrack, and an age limit of 19 means adults are free to let loose for a bit.
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    101 York Boulevard
    Hamilton, ON CA
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