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Located just across the Niagara River from Buffalo, New York, The Commons at Butler's Barracks Historic Site is a sprawling field situated between two areas that are historically significant for Canada: Butler's Barracks and Fort George. Home to summertime concerts and other events, seeing a show at The Commons is reminiscent of attending Woodstock.
Canadian military officer, John Butler, built barracks to serve as headquarters for his militia group in 1778. While they were later torn down to make way for the construction of Fort George, a fort built by the British Army in 1800, the barracks were rebuilt near the fort by the British army after the War of 1812, and served as an active military camp until the 1960s. The Commons is the sprawling grassy field that connect the two sites.
The Commons is a unique site for events. Because it's simply a large grassy field, the space can be transformed for a variety of purposes. In summertime, huge concert stages are set up and popular bands like Mumford & Sons, the Tragically Hip and Death Cab for Cutie perform. Often, multiple similar bands play back-to-back in festival-style performances. Typically, only a few concerts are held at The Commons each year, making these truly special events. When The Commons isn't being used for events, it's popular with locals, who walk their dogs in the area, as well as tourists visiting nearby Fort George.
Because The Commons at Butler's Barracks Historic Site isn't a full-time concert venue, concerts held at the site don't have traditional seating layouts. For many events held at The Commons, the only tickets available are general admission and attendees find places on the lawn using a first-come, first-served system. Some events offer a VIP area at an increased price. The Commons doesn't offer much shade or any protection from the elements, so anyone attending an event there should be prepared for the possibility of cold weather with rain and lots of mud. Portable bathrooms and food vendors set up during events, and parking is offered on the grass in a nearby field. Events held at The Commons are usually massive, so attendees should expect long lines.
Niagara-on-the-Lake is a picturesque town that's surrounded on two sides by water: Lake Ontario to the north and the Niagara River to the east. The town attracts multitudes of tourists during warm months, thanks to its many wineries and historical sites. The Shaw Festival, an annual theater festival, is another big draw. The event runs throughout the summer and features a huge variety of performances, some of which are held at the beautiful Court House Theatre.
A group called "The Friends of Fort George" routinely organizes battle reenactments and ghost tours at Fort George and the Commons.