Following this mornings news that the Newfoundland Growlers home games were suspended at the former Mile One Centre pending a workplace investigation, the team has announced that the first six games of the Growlers season ‘at home’ will in fact he played at the Coca-Cola Coliseum in Toronto, Ontario. The official
St. John’s Sports and Entertainment Limited has suspended the Newfoundland Growlers home games – which were set to begin on Friday November 5th – due to a workplace investigation, according to a release from SJSEL and Mayor Danny Breen.
“Deacon Sports & Entertainment Limited (DSE) has been informed that their
A crop of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians and returning favourites from the famed Kelly Cup run round out the Newfoundland Growlers 2021-22 opening night roster for tonight’s matchup against the Trois-Rivieres Lions. Full details courtesy of the Growlers below!
The Newfoundland Growlers, ECHL affiliate of the Toronto Marlies and
James Taylor & His All-Star Band have announced a rescheduled St. John’s tour stop, with Jackson Browne replacing Bonnie Raitt on the tour. Details from the recently announced media release below:
For the first time ever, James Taylor & His All-Star Band, with special guest Jackson Browne, will perform together across Canada.
Mile One Centre will soon be rebranded as Mary Brown’s Centre! Below is the official press release released to the media this morning:
Seeing the name Mary Brown in lights is a familiar sight across Newfoundland & Labrador, but soon, it will be on a much larger scale. Mary Brown’s
You can’t keep Newfoundlanders and Labradorians down.
Days removed from the impact of Hurricane Larry – one which saw the structure for the Iceberg Alley Performance Tent in Quidi Vidi decimated, the show will indeed go on!
“Thanks to the efforts of the City of St. John’s and St. John’s