Canadian Rocker Gowan Returns to Fallsview Casino in March

NIAGARA FALLS, ONTARIO–(Marketwire – Nov. 29, 2010) – Fallsview Casino welcomes the return of Canadian rock musician Gowan to the Avalon stage as part of the March concert line-up. Gowan performed as a successful solo artist from 1982 until 1999 when he joined the classic rock band Styx as their keyboardist/vocalist. Gowan’s career successes include two Juno Awards, which recognizes top Canadian musical artists. Gowan will perform on March 11 & 12.

Also, a new addition to the Fallsview line-up is a Songwriters’ Series of special performances in the Resort’s Grand Hall on March 19. This talented group of songwriters share their songs and stories that make for a memorable evening for audiences.

Fallsview kicks off March with two performances from Jeffrey Steele, songwriter and producer for many popular Country music artists. Steele will take the stage March 4 & 5.

Celebrating one of the greatest entertainers of all time is the production show Return to Grace, a tribute to the late Elvis Presley. A talented group of singers and dancers will bring to life songs made famous from “The King of Rock ‘n Roll”. Return to Grace runs from March 16 to April 3.

The complete March 2011 performance schedule for Fallsview Casino Resort is as follows:

Jeffrey Steele
Friday, March 4
Saturday, March 5
Showtime: 9pm, doors open at 8pm
Tickets start at $20
Having written for country’s top artists, multi award-winning songwriter and hit-making producer, Jeffrey Steele, takes the stage with such hits as: “What Hurts The Most”, “Brand New Girlfriend”, “My Wish”, “The Cowboy In Me”, “Unbelievable”, “Big Deal” and “Love Is A Beautiful Thing”.

Friday, March 11
Saturday, March 12
Showtime: 9pm, doors open at 8pm
Tickets start at $25
Successful solo artist and member or Styx, Gowan takes the stage to perform such hits as: “(You’re A) Strange Animal”, “A Criminal Mind”, “Cosmetics”, “Guerilla Soldier”, “Moonlight Desires” and “All The Lovers In The World”.

Return to Grace
March 16 – April 3 (excluding March 22 & 29)
March 16, 21, 23, 24, 28, 30 & 31 Showtime: 3pm
March 17 Showtimes: 3pm & 8:30pm
March 18, 25 & April 1 Showtime: 9pm
March 19, 26 & April 2 Showtimes: 3pm & 9pm
March 20, 27 & April 3 Showtimes: 3pm & 7pm
Tickets start at $25
One of the most popular entertainers of the 20th century, cultural icon Elvis Presley has been dubbed “The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll”. Now, join us as a talented cast of singers and dancers pay tribute to his timeless songs that remain as relevant today as when they first hit the top of the charts.

Songwriter’s Series
Saturday, March 19
Showtime: 8:30pm, doors open at 7:30pm
All tickets are $20
Join us for an intimate evening of shared stories, laughs and unforgettable music, as Bob DiPiero and Tim Nichols bring some of Nashville’s hit-making songwriters together on stage in the Grand Hall at Fallsview Casino Resort.


The Judds
Friday, February 25
Showtime: 9pm, doors open at 8pm
Tickets start at $75
One of the most successful Country music duos of all time, The Judds have had an amazing career accumulating multiple CMA, ACM and GRAMMY Awards. Currently on The Last Encore tour, The Judds will take the stage to perform such hits as: “Mama He’s Crazy”, “Rockin’ With the Rhythm of the Rain” and “Love Is Alive”.

Tickets to the March 2011 shows at Fallsview Casino will be available beginning at noon on Friday, December 3, at the Fallsview Casino Box Office (on any show date) or at all Ticketmaster outlets, by calling Ticketmaster at 1-877-833-3110 or by visiting Media organizations interested in photographs of any of the artists performing at Fallsview Casino Resort may obtain them by visiting
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Built on a cliff overlooking the world-famous Horseshoe Falls, Fallsview Casino Resort is the largest and most elegant gaming resort facility in Canada and the crown jewel in Niagara’s stunning array of wonders. It features a casino with over 3,000 slot machines and 142 gaming tables, a 374-room luxury hotel, a full–service spa and fitness centre, a 1,500-seat Avalon Theatre, dozens of dining and shopping options and over 30,000 square feet of meeting and convention space.