Niagara Falls Night of Art coming to museum on Thursday night


Published September 20, 2022 at 4:22 pm

Are you a fan of the TV show Friends? How about Seinfeld? Remember when MuchMusic played music videos?

If you’re a fan of these things and other 1990s trends and tech, then the Niagara Falls Night of Art will be right up your alley since this year, the night promises to “Party Like It’s 1999!”

Now in its 11th year, organizers say, “This year’s theme is inspired by the 90’s – a decade that introduced exciting new technology, great music, movies, and television, as well as some truly unique fashion trends and of course, art!”

Running September 22 from 6 pm to 10 pm at the Niagara Falls History Museum and Sylvia Place directly behind it, organizers added, “Expect a super-packed evening filled with art, live music, video, art installations, fabulous artisanal work, improv, and lots of laughs located in and around the Niagara Falls History Museum.”

It’s free to all and live music will be provided by Amanda Lynn Parker, Brandon Agnew, Minuscule and LMT.

Food trucks will feature Tropical Fiesta, 905 Hotdog Pound, Bigfoot Bistro, Shriners Creek Popcorn and Bacon Crazy.