Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Summer Skateboard Camp Is Headed For Waterloo - Enter To Win A Skateboard Deck

Evolve Skateboard Camp

Big News For Waterloo Day Campers

Now that March Break is over it's time to start thinking summer vacation!  As we all know Summer Day Camps fill quickly, so we thought it we would give you the head's up about Evolve Skateboard Camp in Waterloo for Summer 2015!

Summer Skateboard Camp Information

This program is delivered and supervised by Evolve Skate Camp in partnership with the City of
Does your child want to be the next pro skater?
Or maybe they just want to learn a fun new skill that may help them get home from school a little faster.
Our camp focuses on improving campers’fundamental physical skills like balance and coordination, while finding their style on the board.

  • Campers are given time to master tricks and challenge themselves to learn and develop. Our coaches are on hand every step of the way to help correct flaws and accelerate learning.
  • Campers also participate in other sports and camp programming daily, for a well-rounded summer experience.
  • Campers are required to bring their own skateboard or scooter, CSA approved helmet, elbow pads,wrist guards and kneepads. Staff/camper ratio 1:6.
Location: Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex Skate Park – 101 Father David Bauer Dr. (or inside the arena during rain)
Sessions Run For The Weeks Of
Jul 13 8:00am-5:00pm $230.00
Jul 20 8:00am-5:00pm $230.00
Jul 27 8:00am-5:00pm $230.00
Aug 17 8:00am-5:00pm $230.00

Be sure to register for the week of your choice before it fills up!
To register visit http://www.waterloo.ca/en/gettingactive/daycamps.asp and scroll down the page until you reach Evolve Skateboard Camp (mid-way down the page). Need additonal info?
Visit their

Summer is made for outdoor fun and we think this would be a very cool summer activity!  We want to hear about your summer activity memories! It may just win you skateboard deck! Read on to find out how. 

Enter To Win

Evolve Skateboard Camp wants to celebrate the Waterloo Summer Skateboard Camp by giving away a skateboard deck to one of our readers! Be sure to enter our contest for a chance to win it!  Just enter the contest listed below (might take a minute to load the rafflecopter contest form. If the contest does not pop up, clear your cache and refresh). Remember the blog comment about a summer activity memory is a mandatory entry.
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Sunday, March 29, 2015

April 2015 Events, Easter And Earth Day Activities In The Kitchener Waterloo Area

Hurry Up Spring

While we wait for SPRING to finally stick around you should take a moment to learn about 3 of our contests

April 2015 Ongoing Events (see specific date events in the BLAST part of this post)

Research Studies @ UofW
Contact Lens Research
Currently the top contact lens research centre in the world is continuing to accomplish great things through research done right here at UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO
The studies are non-invasive and all of our participants are compensated at $20/hr for their time and often get free contact lenses or glasses.
Right they are recruiting 7-11 year olds to participate in a 3yr study
Infant Studies Group
If you’re looking for something new and fun to do with your child, we would love to have you participate in one of our studies! Help us discover how children learn about language and the world around them. Typical studies involve a one time, half hour visit. You stay with your child the entire time and receive a small gift for participating as well! Please contact us or visit our website for more information. We hope to see you soon!
TEL: 519 888 4567
ext. 31164
WeekdaysStory time – every weekday at 10am and 2pm @ Chapters Waterloo
Bring your little ones to the Kitchener Market every Tuesday from 11a.m.-noon for a fabulous, fun-filled morning! Be prepared for a high-energy, hopping good time at these FREE weekly children's events as our performers entertain your tots!
Big Smiles Company 5-8pm Tuesdays @ Boston Pizza 721 Ottawa St S. Kitchener
Eat a great meal and see a top-rated Magician at this local restaurant. All kids meals are $4.99 plus free dessert for birthdays. Skip the cooking and dirty dishes and come out for some free entertainment! http://www.bigsmilescompany.com/things-to-do-kitchener-waterloo.html
Youth Council @ Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery
Every 2nd Tuesday from Jan 6th on
|4 – 6 pm
Local teens meet every other week throughout the school year to develop and work on new Gallery programs. Learn more about the art world, organize workshops and special events, meet like-minded peers, earn volunteer hours, and build your resume
WednesdaysBig Smiles Company 5-8pm Wednesdays @ Boston Pizza 597 King St. N. Waterloo
Eat a great meal and see a top-rated Magician at this local restaurant. All kids meals are $4.99 plus free dessert for birthdays. Skip the cooking and dirty dishes and come out for some free entertainment! http://www.bigsmilescompany.com/things-to-do-kitchener-waterloo.html
Art Innovators will be hosting Squiggles to Grins at the Kitchener Market – a program for children and their parents. Participate in a fun, unique, hands-on creative art experience!
FREE! Ages 2-5 + caregiver

Big Smiles Company 5-8pm Thursdays @ Boston Pizza 651 Erb St. W. Waterloo
Eat a great meal and see a top-rated Magician at this local restaurant. All kids meals are $4.99 plus free dessert for birthdays. Skip the cooking and dirty dishes and come out for some free entertainment! http://www.bigsmilescompany.com/things-to-do-kitchener-waterloo.html
KPL Kids’ Club
Kitchener Market, 300 King St. E. (Upper Level)
Every Saturday, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Take a break from shopping and stop by the Kitchener Public Library Space for stories, crafts and fun.
No registration required.
Family Favourites $2.50 Films @ Cineplex
Free Activities @ Chapters Waterloo
Saturday April 4th @1:00
· Geronimo Stilton activity
· Recommended for ages 6-10
 Saturday April 11th @ NOON
· Local author Andrew Kolb will be reading his children’s book “Edmund Unravels”
· He will also have some activity sheets
· Recommended for ages 3-6
Saturday April 18th @ 1:00
· We will be playing ball with Ogo and Squap
· Recommended for ages 6 and older
Saturday April 25th @1:00
· Crazy Forts!
· Recommended for ages 4 and older

Free Movies @ KPL Central Branch (Downtown) 2pm
Free Activities @ Chapters Waterloo
(no event on Easter Sunday)
 Sunday April 12th @ 1:00
· We will be colouring, with the theme bring “Home” the movie
· Recommended for ages 6 and under

Sunday April 19th @1:00
· Sands Alive play!
· Recommended for ages 3 and older
Sunday April 26th @1:00
· Mad Libs
· Recommended for ages 4 and older
 Free Movies @ KPL Central Branch (Downtown) 2pm


April 1
PARENTS' NIGHT OUT @ Kitchener Market
East Coast featuring Caudles Catch: Wednesday, Apr. 1, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Fish is a super food! Full of Omega 3 and lacking in saturated fats, adding fish and other seafood to your diet at least once a week has been proven to have significant health benefits. Seafood can be prepared in many styles, as a main and as a side dish, and can be incorporated into dishes such as casseroles and bakes to improve protein and zinc intake. Our chefs can show you super simple seafood recipes that make adding fish to your diet delicious and easy.
April 3
Momstown FREE Community Celebration happening on Friday April 3rd, 2015 9:30am-12:30pm
Easter Egg Hunt @ Steckle Farm
9:30am-11:30am or 12:30pm-2:30pm
Friends of the Farm members are able to buy tickets for only $6 per child! General public tickets are $10 a child, and advance registration for all will be required. Tickets will be available online March 20th at 10am… first come, first serve!
National Service Dogs Fundraiser
Easter Egg Hunt For Dogs And Their Families
@ Bingemans In Kitchener & Riverside Park in Guelph
Registration is $25 per family
Easter egg hunt, cookie decorating, face painting, farm animals Cost $5.00/family10am-12pm
Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead National Historic Site
359 Blue Lake Road, N0E 1N0 St. George, Ontario (Near Brantford)
April 3-5
Easter Eggstravaganza! @ Joseph Schnider Haus
Sample some traditional Easter cheese and help the Schneiders scratch decorate Pennsylvania-German designs onto naturally dyed Easter Eggs.
*I would think regular admission applies

Easter Festival @ Springridge Farm (Milton)$12 per person
April 4
The Easter Bunny @ Kitchener Market
Saturday, Apr. 4, from 10am
Meet the Easter Bunny plus make a craft and snack!
*Note the 10am MEET THE EASTER BUNNY @ Kitchener Market is full

BOTH TIMESLOTS ARE NOW FULL! Thanks for hopping on this opportunity!
Easter Breakfast and Egg Hunt
Breakfast will be at the Breslau Community Centre from 8:30am-11am. $6 per person, kids under 4 are free. Breakfast will include pancakes, sausage, fruit, and a drink. Don't forget your camera! The Easter Bunny will be there to meet the kids and take pictures!
Then join us at Memorial Park for our 2nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt!! $2 per child. The hunt starts at 1pm sharp!

Sheridan Nurseries Easter Egg Hunt
Bring the entire family for an Egg-tastic time at our Annual Charity Easter Fun Day! The fun doesn't end with our Easter Egg hunt; there will also be a colouring contest, great in-store specials and much more...
Fee: Minimum $3 charge per participant.
Proceeds are donated to Children's Wish Foundation & Upopolis
  • Easter Egg Hunt starts at 9.00am!
Easter Egg Hunt @ Joseph Schnider Haus
10 a.m. start
Meet the Easter Bunny and bring along a small basket to collect eggs!
For ages eight and younger. $2 suggested donation.

Elora Easter Egg Hunt
Easter Bunny Train

Sportworld Crossing, Discover Preston (Cambridge) and Royal City Nursery (Guelph) did not have their listings up at the time of this posting
April 4
Bright Blue Door Grand Opening
Refreshments, Art, Fun and Games
142 Waterloo St.
Waterloo ON N2Y 1Y2
April 8
PARENTS' NIGHT OUT @ Kitchener Market
Veggie delight: Wednesday, Apr. 8, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Eating a balanced vegetarian diet can be challenging, especially when lifestyle or dietary restrictions make options more limited. Find ways to eat healthy, vegetarian meals that are out of the ordinary and exciting! Even if you are simply interested in learning more about a vegetarian diet before you take that first step, or you're a veteran veg-head looking for meal inspiration, come join this class and explore the options that are available to you!
Register at http://www.kitchenermarket.ca/en/events/Cooking_classes.asp

April 10
Charities Showcase @ Waterloo Recreation Complex
10am-Noon Hauser Haus
Rock for Autism: Ryan McTavish & Friends Featuring Fred Penner
Friday, April 10, 2015 | 7 – 9:30pm
Location: Bluevale Public High School
Summary:Celebrate Autism Awareness Month with Rock for Autism featuring Waterloo Region's own Ryan McTavish and renowned children's entertainer Fred Penner. This incredible evening will celebrate diversity and promote awareness in support of individuals with autism. Adults - $20; Students - $15. Proceeds in support of I Choose Dignity.
Phone number:519-741-0190

April 11
Saturday, April 11, 2015 at 11 AM and 2 PM
Kaput is a hilariously funny mix of chaos, comedy and acrobatics for all ages. A young
silent movie projectionist is eager to show a film to the audience but his efforts are
thwarted by a glitch in his temperamental projector. This award-winning production is a
tribute to the slapstick comedy of the silent movie era, created and performed by
renowned Australian circus performer Tom Flanagan.
Tickets to Kaput may be purchased online at
by calling 519-578-1570 or 1-800-265-8977, or in person at the Centre In The Square
Box Office (101 Queen Street North). Tickets for each show are $10 (adult), $5 (child),
or $25 (family of 5) plus applicable fees.
Dora The Explorer Performance @ Center In The Square
Look for an upcoming contest soon!
Home Depot Kids Build a Chalkboard Planter Stand
Workshop Duration: 2 Hours
Kids will learn how to build a chalkboard planter stand with easy to follow step-by-step instructions.
  • A great free activity for children ages 4-12
  • Kids will learn how to build a chalkboard planter stand using a hammer and glue
Lowes Build and Grow
Monster Jam
Free but you must pre-register
April 11 and 12
Swan Weekend in Stratford
Various events both days, Swan Parade Sunday only. Info at http://www.visitstratford.ca/swan-weekend
April 12-18 National Volunteer Week!
If you know someone who volunteers, be sure to thank them!!!!!

April 12
Family Sundays @ Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery
Drop-in 1 - 4 pm
All ages welcome | Activities designed for ages 4 - 12 + adult companion

Share creative time with friends and family exploring the world of art and creativity. Enjoy the exhibitions and make one-of-a-kind artwork of your own, take part in drama workshops and interactive games, and listen to stories told by our friends at the Kitchener Public Library. Exciting new activities each month.
*Suggested donation of $5 per child. https://www.kwag.ca/en/programs/FamilySundays.asp

April 15
PARENTS' NIGHT OUT @ Kitchener Market
Spring Soups: Wednesday, Apr. 15, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Soup is a great way to showcase the versatility of meats and vegetables that can be found right at the Kitchener Market! Soups and stews can be made ahead of time and frozen for future meals; they are also a great way to incorporate fresh veggies into your diet.
Register at http://www.kitchenermarket.ca/en/events/Cooking_classes.asp

April 17 PD DAY

PD Day Fun!
Friday, April 17, 2015 | 9:30am – 5pm
Location: Waterloo Region Museum
Summary:Visit and enjoy special time with your child during a PD Day!
Admission: $10 Adults, $8 Seniors/Students, $5 Children, Children four and under free, Families $25, all admissions plus HST.
Phone number:519-748-1914

April 18

Build skills to navigate the school years
WhenSaturday, April 18, 2015, 8:30am – 3pm
WhereBluevale Collegiate Institute, 80 Bluevale St N, Waterloo
SummaryFree 1-day event for Waterloo Region parents, inlcuding keynote by Lesley Andrew (Overcoming Obstacles and Beating the Odds) and workshop topics like: Raising Money Smart Kids, Homework: What really matters? and Anxiety in Children.

Online registration www.wrdsb.ca/pic Phone registration: 519-570-0003 (x4555)

Free childcare for children ages 2 - 11

Kids In The Kitchen - Earth Day
10am-Noon @ Kitchener Market
Free Event
Bring your kids to the Marketplace to stir up a storm with fun themes and activities focused around food, cooking and nutrition. Classes are taught by one of our professional chefs who give your kids, and you, lots of opportunities to participate. This month come learn about the environment! Where does your food come from plus you get to paint a clay pot!

KWS Kinderconcert
Saturday, April 18, 2015 | 9:30 – 11:30am
Summary:The Waterloo Region Museum in partnership with the K-W Symphony invites you to the first concert of the fall/winter Kinderconcert Series: Toot, Bang and Swish!
Everyone should get to play a melody! Come early and have some FUN! One hour before each concert, children and parents can participate in music activities provided by Music for Young Children.
Pre-concert activities - 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Concert - 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Admission to the museum is included in the ticket price. Seating is limited, so subscribe early to the Kinderconcert series!
Phone number:519-748-1914

Earth Day Weekend
Saturday, April 18 | 11am – Sunday, April 19, 2015 | 5pm
Location: Waterloo Region Museum
Summary:A celebration featuring Water activities. General admission rates apply.
General admission rates apply.
Phone number:519-748-1914
April 19 - Brantford
New Forest in the City Tree Planting
Abbott Court, off Garden Avenue, south of Highway 403, Brantford
The public is again invited to participate in the five year project to create a New Forest in the City of Brantford. Now in the fourth year of the project, the goal is to plant 10,000 native trees and shrubs this spring. When completed, the 26.7 hectare New Forest will have a public accessible walking path. Bring your shovel. Event is rain or shine.
Time: 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Price: Free
Contact: Brantford Parks and Recreation at 519-756-1500 ext. 5511.
April 20
Protecting and managing the Grand
Waterloo Region Museum, 10 Huron Road, Kitchener
Learn about the role the Grand River Conservation Authority plays in protecting and managing our most precious resource, water in this talk by Dave Schultz, communications manager with the GRCA. This talk is associated with the museum exhibit Jan 30 to May 10 called Ocean Bound that features themed exhibits about watersheds and the ocean, as well as aquatic animals and ecosystems. The exhibit also showcases local connections, created in partnership with the GRCA, Region of Waterloo Water Services, the Waterloo Wellington Children’s Groundwater Festival, and the University of Waterloo Earth Science Museum.
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Price: Free
April 21
PARENTS' NIGHT OUT @ Kitchener Market
Wine and Art: Tuesday, Apr. 21, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Join us for a fun new series - Wine & Art! Hosted by a certified Art Innovators teacher, this two-hour class will feature hands-on instruction as you create two pieces of artwork, accompanied by wine and a platter of gourmet cheese. The theme for this class is an acrylic/charcoal Paris scene.
Register at http://www.kitchenermarket.ca/en/events/Cooking_classes.asp

April 22 EARTH DAY

Earth Day Road Toll
Wednesday, April 22, 2015 | 7:30 – 9am
Location: Lamb's Inn parking lot, 1679 Blair Road, Cambridge
Summary:Get your toonies ready this Earth Day and drive through the annual rare Road Toll! It's voluntary, of course, but we encourage the 12,000 cars a day that travel through the rare reserve along Blair Road, to swing in the parking lot and get to know us. We have free coffee in the morning and baked treats in the afternoon. Staff collect donations in change buckets and handout info about rare. It's always nice to see a friendly face, and we keep things moving so if you know anyone that travels the area, encourage them to stop too!
Phone number:519-650-9336

The 20 Minute Makeover event takes place on Earth Day (April 22) at 2 p.m.. We encourage businesses, churches and schools to take just 20 minutes at 2 p.m. to clean up litter around your property
Celebrate Earth Day: a rare Clean-Up
Wednesday, April 22, 2015 | 6 – 7:30pm
Location: Meet at Slit Barn, rare ECO Centre, 768 Blair Road, Cambridge
Summary:Looking for a great way to get involved on Earth Day and make a positive environmental impact? Come out to rare and celebrate Earth Day by helping with our Earth Day Clean-up. With 12,000 cars driving down Blair Road each day, there is an ongoing need to help keep the property clean and the litter to a minimum. This event is FREE! Gloves and garbage bags provided!
Phone number:519-650-9366

April 25
Community Clean up
An annual litter clean-up event sponsored by Tim Hortons is held on the fourth Saturday in April from 10 a.m. to noon in Waterloo Park off of the entrance of Albert and Young streets. Tim Hortons provides garbage bags, gloves, t-shirts and refreshments. A grand prize draw takes place at noon - be there to win
Tim Hortons community clean-up - Saturday, April 25, 10 a.m.- noon, Victoria Park (downtown Kitchener). No registration required. Clean-up supplies provided. FREE Tim Hortons snacks, prizes and t-shirts and entry into a draw for a mountain bike (two bikes to be won on-site!).
Kitchener Natural Areas events - Saturday, April 25, 1 -4 p.m., Huron Natural Area
A free, family Earth Day event, featuring hands-on educational activities, tree-planting, live bird demonstrations, walking tours and more. For more information, please contact Josh at 519-741-2200 ext. 4177; joshua.shea@kitchener.ca
Rotary Forest/Earth Week Tree Planting - Guelph
Guelph Lake Conservation Area, 7743 Conservation Dr., Guelph
Bring your family and friends to join the Rotary Club of Guelph in celebrating Earth Day and year eight of planting of the Rotary Forest – 40 hectares of forest being established at the Guelph Lake Conservation Area. Groups are encouraged to participate to assist with planting and there are also many activities. Rain or shine. Come for one hour,or stay for five! Free parking atLakeside Church, 7654Conservation Road, Guelph, with shuttle service.There are many events.
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Price: Free

Brant County Tree Planting
Green Lane Sports Complex, 8 Green Lane,, Paris
Working with the Grand River Conservation Authority, the County of Brant and the Brant Tree Coalition, the CELP students at Paris District High School has undertaken a class project to conduct a public tree planting event. The public is invited to help improve the environment by helpint to plant 1,000 native trees and shrubs.
Time: 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Price: Free
Contact: Mike Wittchen, 519-442-4477 ext. 275476
Garden Book Swap @ Colour Paradise
Bring a book, leave a book or take a book to Colour Paradise Greenhosues Saturday April 25th from 10:30am to 12:30pm.
This no fee event is a great meet and greet for gardeners and horticulturalists alike.
Enjoy free beverages and home baked treats.

Best Buy Food Truck Family fun day + Bouncy Castle
Part proceeds will go to The Canadian Diabetes Association
1pm-6pm @ Best Buy Fairway Rd.

April 29
PARENTS' NIGHT OUT @ Kitchener Market
Greek Cuisine: Wednesday, Apr. 29, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Buildings with white washed walls, gleaming turquoise waters, and the sun beaming down - sounds nice, right? Well, a trip to Greece might not be in the stars for you right now, but a taste of Greece is right around the corner at the Kitchener Market! Greek cuisine is one of the most popular international cuisines for its combination of both mild and strong flavoured components such as olives, feta, spinach and yogurt. This class will teach you how to utilize classic Greek ingredients and techniques at home to build Mediterranean dishes like a pro!
Register at http://www.kitchenermarket.ca/en/events/Cooking_classes.asp

 April 30
Cambridge Stewardship / Urban Forest Plan Kick-off Community Tree Planting
Dumfries Conservation Area, Hespeler Rd., Dunbar Rd. and Coronation Blvd., Cambridge
Everyone is welcome to this event and the rain date is Thursday May 7 at the same time. The planting site is the northwest corner of Dumfries Conservation Area, with parking available off Dunbar Road.
Time: 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Price: Free
Contact: Paul at trees@cambridge.ca

Upcoming Events

Bill Blagg’s Trickin’
Saturday, May 9, 2015 at 11 AM and 2 PM
Bill Blagg’s cabaret show Trickin’ is a highly interactive experience packed with Bill’s trademark magic and comedy! From flying toilet paper to balloon sword swallowing, this non-stop show has it all! Minds will be read, wedding rings will vanish (don’t worry they come back), ordinary objects will come to life and much more! Trickin’takes the magic from the stage to the audience and even puts it in their hands! This is an action-packed not-to-be-missed show filled with magical surprises, tons of laughs and total entertainmentwww.centreinthesquare.com, by calling 519-578-1570 or 1-800-265-8977, or in person at the Centre In The Square Box Office (101 Queen Street North). Tickets for each show are $10 (adult), $5 (child), or $25 (family of 5) plus applicable fees


Anne of Green Gables
The Musical
Oct 14 to Nov 8
Dunfield Theatre Cambridge
Journey to the shores of Prince Edward Island and follow the misadventures of Anne Shirley, a freckle-faced, red-haired orphan who will immediately capture your heart with her irrepressible spirit and imagination.
Anne arrives at Green Gables full of hope for a new life, but is dismayed to discover the elderly Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert had expressly asked for a boy. Despite her fiery temper, love of melodrama and proclivity for mischief, Anne manages to charm her way into their hearts … and meet some kindred spirits along the way.
Brimming with memorable music and magical moments, Anne of Green Gables is deservedly the most popular musical in Canadian theatre history. Join us for this family classic.

Did we miss a FREE or LOW COST Family Friendly Event? Be sure to post it in the comments and our Facebook Group Page

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Marvel Universe LIVE Contest For Toronto And Hamilton Performances + Discount Code

We'll start with the Disclaimer - Yes we did receive a complimentary tickets, but this just means we're able to offer you a chance attend too! Enter the contest at the end of this post!


As many of our readers know I am Mad For MARVEL.  Whether it be for the upcoming MARVEL movies or watching episodes of Marvel's Agents Of Shield, Marvel always impresses that is why I am excited for Marvel Universe LIVE!

More About Marvel Universe LIVE!

Marvel fans, assemble! Marvel Universe LIVE! is taking the live entertainment experience to a whole new level, with a mind-blowing show unlike anything you’ve seen before. Watch your favourite Marvel Super Heroes including Spider-Man, The Avengers - Iron Man, Hulk, and more, and threatening villains come to life in a live, action-packed arena performance, coming to Hamilton and Toronto. You’ll definitely feel the energy with cutting-edge special effects, pyrotechnics, aerial stunts, martial arts, motorcycles and more. It’s being hailed as the most technically advanced live show ever. Join Marvel fans of all ages for this once-in-a-lifetime, monumental performance. The fate of the universe depends on it!

Marvel Universe LIVE! is headed across Canada! From the looks of this video this stunt show performance is sure to thrill!



  1. Q: How many characters can I expect to see at a Marvel Universe LIVE! show?
    A: Marvel Universe LIVE! is excited to feature more than 25 super heroes and villains.
  2. Q: Will the show include aspects from or be based off of the comics or movies?
    A: Marvel Universe LIVE! will take the live show experience to a whole new level with a mind-blowing original story that brings the most Marvel characters together in one new production.
  3. Q: Is this show appropriate for fans of all ages?
    A: Marvel Universe LIVE! was created for fans of all ages. It features the world’s most iconic super heroes and villains performing martial arts, aerial stunts and motocross. There will be brief periods of black out, safe use of pyrotechnics, loud special effects and motion graphics. Please visit MarvelUniverseLive.com for more information on the production or to see videos of the production in development.
  4. Q: What is the running time of the show?
    A: Marvel Universe LIVE! runs for approximately 2 hours, with a 15-minute intermission.

Marvel Universe Live Discount Code

By using discount code MULOC you can save 20% on tickets

Valid on select performances Code available to use on April 1, 2015 Service charges and handling fees may apply. No double discounts Excludes FR, VIP and all premium seating Maximum 8 tickets per code  

KIDS TICKET. $20 Kids Ticket valid on select performances and price levels. Restrictions apply.

Close to the Kitchener Waterloo area, you can use the code on the HAMILTON performance or the TORONTO performance. Prices vary by venue.

Hamilton Show will be at First Ontario Place
Show Times Schedule

Date Morning Afternoon Late AfternoonEvening
Thursday, August 67:00 PM
Friday, August 77:00 PM
Saturday, August 811:00 AM3:00 PM7:00 PM
Sunday, August 911:00 AM3:00 PM

One week later the show will travel to Toronto

Toronto Show will be at Air Canada Centre
Date Morning Afternoon Late AfternoonEvening
Thursday, Aug. 137:00 PM
Friday, Aug. 147:00 PM
Saturday, Aug. 1511:00 AM3:00 PM7:00 PM
Sunday, Aug. 1611:00 AM3:00 PM

For the latest news be sure to follow Marvel On Tour!

Twitter https://twitter.com/marvelontour

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#MarvelUniverseLive and #MarvelOnTour

Enter To Win

Enter for a chance to win a FAMILY FOUR PACK of tickets to Marvel Universe LIVE!
Just enter the contest listed below (might take a minute to load the rafflecopter contest form. If the contest does not pop up, clear your cache and refresh). Be sure to specify in the comments which venue you are hoping to win tickets for.
Choose Either
Hamilton August 6, 2015 at 7pm
Toronto August 13, 2015 at 7pm

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