10 Can’t-Miss Concerts in Kingston July 2019

If you’re a fan of singer-songwriters, you’re definitely covered this month, as recent Indigenous Music Award-winner Mimi O’Bonsawin plays Musiikki, local up-and-comer Alexa Goldie is at The Mansion, and New York legend Willie Nile is on the Blu Martini stage. Luscious Friday, July 5, 2019, 10 pm The Merchant Tap House What was once The …


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Queen’s University Alumni + 20% off

Enjoy 20% off best flexible rate! Ask for the Queen’s University Rate.

Stay & Learn + 10% Off and Breakfast

Welcome to Queen’s and Kingston! We are pleased to offer 10% off our best available rate, free breakfast for two and a voucher for a free Queen’s swag item. To make a reservation, please call the hotel directly and ask for the “Queen’s Stay and Learn Rate”. Based on availability. 613-549-8100 or 1-888-548-6726.

Rockin the Big House + $498/package

Enjoy your visit to Kingston at the Travelodge Hotel with a two-night stay, two Queen Beds or one King Bed, and tickets to Rockin the Big House. Package starts at $498 – call 613-546-4233 to book.

Queen’s University from $99/night

Stay at Queen’s University from $99/night + HST for all CORK events. Includes flat screen TV, mini fridges, and free wifi. Call 613-533-2223 or use promo code CORK to book online.


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What’s so special about Kingston, Ontario?

Experience first-hand the history, culture, and seasonal activities Kingston has to offer. Bring the family to see Santa in the square, embrace the beauty of winter at Lumina Borealis, wow your taste buds at the best local restaurants from Kingston Food Tours, and much more. You’ll think, “Darn, I wish we grabbed a hotel room or B&B!” so why not easily transform your day trip into a weekend getaway in Canada’s first capital city when you book a hotel or B&B.

Darn, I wish we grabbed a hotel room or B&B!

It’s the blend. Geography provides the 1000 Islands between Toronto and Montreal, history gives you the UNESCO-designated Rideau Canal and Fort Henry, and Kingston’s people add a culture of music, food and drink that’s hard to beat. Bring your dancing shoes for a night out on the town at one of Kingston’s many pubs and late night venues, a camera for the classic architecture, and an appetite for the Farmer’s Market and locavore dining. Forget trying to do it all in a day.

Crush the rush! Book a room in Kingston and you more than double your fun.