In a rare show of support for the Canadian ice hockey team, Jack Daniels Tour is playing the ice hockey game on the Niagara Falls in its entirety for the first time.
Daniels Tour will play two exhibition games, against the University of Toronto and the Erie Otters, on Friday and Saturday nights from June 17-19, in Niagara Falls.
It marks the first full tour of the Niagara Region since 2002, when Jack Daniels was born.
The tour will play five exhibition games in the Niagara region: Niagara Falls, Niagara, London, Guelph, and Kingston.
Tickets to the tour go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m. for $75.
Tickets can be purchased by calling 1-800-444-1400, visiting www.jackdaniels.ca or calling 1.888.222.8889.
The show will also be available to stream on Ticketmaster and on the official Jack Daniels Tours website.
Tickets for the tour can be obtained by calling the tour’s Niagara Falls headquarters at 631-843-4434, or visiting www and/or www.jacksdaniens.ca.
The Jack Daniels tours have a long history in the region.
They began in 2003, when Daniels first visited Niagara Falls as a kid.
He later became a major star on CBC’s The Early Show, and then went on to become a television host and radio personality, and a producer on The Real O’Neals.
Danes also played a major role in bringing hockey back to Ontario in the late 1990s.
The Niagara Ice Hockey Association brought the game back in the summer of 2016.