Niagara Parks Set to Welcome Canada Summer Games

  • Legends on the Niagara Golf Complex will host 2022 golf competitions
  • 13 for 13 Cultural Festival events offer free family programming and live performances from Juno Award Recipient, Leela Gilday and The Trews
  • Closing Ceremony set for August 21: free public event at Queen Victoria Park featuring entertainment from Paul Langlois, Toronto’s POSEY and more

Niagara Parks is proud to collaborate with the Niagara 2022 Canada Summer Games. Niagara Parks will host all golf events at its Battlefield Course at Legends on the Niagara Golf Complex. Niagara Parks is also supporting the Town of Fort Erie and the City of Niagara Falls by providing the host sites for their respective 13 For 13 Cultural Festival events. 

The Games will formally conclude with the Parade of Teams in a spectacular public Closing Ceremony overlooking Niagara Falls, in Queen Victoria Park on August 21. Please note: temporary lane closures may continue surrounding the venues through the week of August 22, with minimal impact on local traffic. For more event information please visit niagaraparks.com/events, and for full Games schedules and livestreams, please visit niagara2022games.ca.

Niagara 2022 Canada Summer Games Golf Events

August 17 – 20

Battlefield Golf Course, Legends on the Niagara Golf Complex

Niagara Parks’ Battlefield Course at Legends on the Niagara Golf Complex will host both mixed team and individual golf events, with four rounds of play. Tickets are not required for spectators, who are welcome to support athletes and walk behind the golfers, per Golf Canada regulations. Please see golf event dates below, with daily tee-off at 9 a.m. and 9:40 a.m. Full event schedules and livestreams are available at niagara2022games.ca

  • Wednesday, August 17: Round 1 – Individual Female, Male, and Team Mix
  • Thursday, August 18: Round 2 – Individual Female, Male, and Team Mix
  • Friday, August 19: Round 3 – Individual Female, Male and Team Mix 
  • Saturday, August 20: Finals – Individual Female, Male and Team Mix

13 for 13 Cultural Festival – Town of Fort Erie and Nova Scotia 

August 12 from 3 – 10 p.m.

Old Fort Erie

The Town of Fort Erie will host its 13 for 13 event in partnership with Nova Scotia at Niagara Parks’ Old Fort Erie site. The old stone fort will come to life with historic tours, Indigenous programming, a Scottish heavy sports demonstration, a highland dance performance and musical entertainment from six-time JUNO award nominee, The Trews.

Note: A road closure will be in effect along the Niagara Parkway at Lakeshore Road. No grass parking will be permitted. Shuttles from designated parking lots has been arranged by the Town of Fort Erie. For more information, please visit forterie.ca.

13 for 13 Cultural Festival – City of Niagara Falls and Northwest Territories

August 13 from 3 – 10 p.m.

Queen Victoria Park

The City of Niagara Falls will host its 13 for 13 event in partnership with Northwest Territories in Queen Victoria Park, featuring interactive activities for all ages, including a local artist market and inspiring Indigenous performances and storytelling. Closing out the night will be a live concert with Juno Award Recipient from the Northwest Territories, Leela Gilday, and fireworks over Niagara Falls at 10 p.m.

Note: Daily lane closures will be in effect from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. along the Niagara Parkway at Murray Street, from August 10 – 14. For more information, please visit forterie.ca.

Note: A road closure will be in effect along the Niagara Parkway at Lakeshore Road. No grass parking will be permitted. Shuttles from designated parking lots has been arranged by the Town of Fort Erie. For more information, please visit forterie.ca

Closing Ceremony 

August 21 from 7 – 10 p.m.

Queen Victoria Park

The Niagara 2022 Summer Games will formally conclude in Queen Victoria Park, overlooking iconic views of Niagara Falls. The special evening will feature a number of Indigenous performances, with music by Toronto’s POESY and guitarist of The Tragically Hip, Paul Langlois, in support of the Gord Downie and Chanie Wenjack Fund, to build cultural understanding and create a path toward reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples. The free event will conclude with fireworks at 10 p.m. and a special illumination of Niagara Falls.

Note: A road closure of the Niagara Parkway between Clifton Hill and Murray Street will be in effect from 5 – 11 p.m. on Sunday, August 21. 

Falls Illumination Commemorates the Niagara 2022 Canada Summer Games

The Niagara Falls Illumination Board will illuminate both the Canadian Horseshoe and American Falls in various colours nightly for 16 days in celebration of each province’s athletes and to recognize the strong local support for the Niagara 2022 Canada Summer Games. For the Falls Illumination schedule, please visit: niagaraparks.com/illumination.

About the Niagara 2022 Canada Summer Games

At the peak of Niagara’s boldest summer yet, more than 5,000 up-and-coming athletes, their coaches and support staff will gather in the Niagara Region to compete for the podium in Canada’s largest multi-sport event. From August 6 to 21, 2022, Niagara will surge stronger than ever on the national stage. The 2022 Canada Games, made possible thanks to funding and support from the Government of Canada, the Government of Ontario, the Niagara Region, and the Canada Games Council, will give rise to new legacies of ambition, confidence and compassion that will inspire generations to come. For further information, please visit niagara2022games.ca.

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