Niagara Falls test drone show rescheduled for the week of October 2nd
The drone show in Niagara Falls that was originally planned for September 29th, has been rescheduled for this upcoming week.
The offical date is said to be announced soon.
The show will consist of 300 drones, around 400 feet in the sky, flying between the Skylon Tower and Clifton Hill.
It features drone lights forming shapes that represent many of the attractions in the Falls.
It will last approximately ten minutes, beginning at 9 pm.
The pathway between Robinson and Clifton Hill will be closed to pedestrian traffic for the duration of the show and until the drones have landed.
The show can be seen from various points within Queen Victoria Park, between the base of Clifton Hill, and the bottom of Murray Street.