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Budweiser Gardens’ big summer shows

An exterior photo of Budweiser Gardens.
Image Credit: Mauricio Prado

London’s largest venue for live music and other major events is hosting a series of incredible acts this summer. We’ve highlighted some of the most exciting acts coming to Budweiser Gardens between June and September. From country music to monster trucks, Budweiser Gardens has something for everyone this summer.

Professional Bull Riders

June 1

The summer starts early with one of the most famous traditional rodeos, bull riding. It is an eight-second man versus beast combat, between the world’s most significant bull-riding competitors and the most challenging animal athletes. Professional Bull Riders (PBR) Canada’s Elite Cup Series will buck into London, Ont., hosting the PBR London Classic for the second straight season and the fourth time in tour history.

Monster Madness

June 8

For those who like thunderous applauses, gasps of amazement, and the unified roar of trucks, Monster Madness is for you. These events combine family-friendly entertainment with heart-pounding action to create a one-of-a-kind and unforgettable experience. Fans and families will be in awe as the FMX World Tour act performs daring stunts within an arena that only the brave would attempt. Stars of the FMX World Tour will execute a variety of stunts, including cliffhangers, seat grabs, backflips, and lazy boys.

Brooks and Dunn: Reboot 2024 Tour

June 22

Brooks and Dunn, one of country music history’s most significant creative duos, returns. They recently announced their forthcoming Reboot 2024 Tour, presented by Live Nation, and London, Ont. is on their list of stops. Throughout their career, they have achieved the status of the best-selling country duo of all time, earning 41 top 10 hits and spending two decades packing concert arenas. Additionally, they’ve garnered dozens of music industry honours, including two Grammys, 19 Country Music Association awards, and 30 Academy of Country Music awards.

The Steve Miller Band

June 27

The Steve Miller Band were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2016 and have sold over 30 million albums globally. They’ll be stopping by London to perform their distinctive catalogue this summer. Since the 1970s, the blues-rock sound of The Steve Miller Band has dominated the airwaves. The band has received multiple honours, including two Grammy awards for Best Rock Instrumental Performance and Best Rock Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group. Many musicians have covered their songs, including ZZ Top, Aerosmith, Ozzy Osbourne, and many more.

Lamb of God and Mastodon: Ashes of Leviathan Tour

July 31

For those who like to head-bang to their favourite metal bands, the Ashes of Leviathan Tour has to be one of your top choices this summer. Grammy-winning band Mastodon and Grammy-nominated metal titans Lamb of God will bring their Ashes of Leviathan Tour to London’s Budweiser Gardens. Lamb of God made history with their most recent studio album, Omens. The album went number one on Billboard’s Top Hard Rock Albums chart and represented the band’s sixth consecutive Top 15 debut on the Billboard 200. Mastodon’s most recent album, Hushed and Grim, also secured a top 10 position on the rock radio charts.

Cody Johnson: The Leather Tour

Aug. 10

Cody Johnson will shake the stage at Budweiser Gardens on Aug. 10. Country music fans will know Johnson has released six albums, with one debuting at number two on Billboard’s Country Albums chart. He’s been a successful independent musician for many years, leading a life typical of a musician. His influence only increased after landing a record deal with Warner Music Nashville. With his numerous industry honours, the true cowboy has endless possibilities to deliver a memorable show at Budweiser Gardens.

A Boogie Wit da Hoodie: Better Off Alone Global Tour

Sept. 11

Rapper A Boogie with da Hoodie from the Bronx will come to London this summer. His easy-going style is characterized by carefree rhymes, catchy lyrics, trap beats that leave lots of space for melody, and sporadic touches of R&B smoothness. The Better Off Alone Global Tour is a massive 39-show run across New Zealand, Australia, Europe, the U.K., and North America. For all hip-hop and rap lovers, this event should be on the list to do during summer. 

This is just a sampling of some of the acts coming to London this summer. Visit to view a full list of artists and to purchase tickets.