North America's Largest Mature Lifestyle Show
Returning the Mesa Convention Center in 2024!
Winter residency has been steadily climbing in the area surrounding Phoenix, making it the perfect place to hold the Canadian Snowbird Celebration.
The Mesa Convention Center is located on 22 acres of mature parkland, and features 19,000 square feet of exhibit space, along with an additional 19,000 square feet of flexible meeting space.
Past Entertainer Highlights
The original Stampeders, Kim Berly, Rich Dodson and Ronnie King, were one of Canada’s top rock groups in the early 70’s, having won Juno Awards in the categories ‘Best Group,’ ‘Best Single,’ ‘Best Producer’ and ‘Best Composer’ for their platinum single, Sweet City Woman. Their other hits include Carry Me, Devil You, Wild Eyes, Oh My Lady, Then Came The White Man, Minstrel Gypsy, Playing In The Band, Hit The Road Jack, New Orleans, Monday Morning Choo Choo and Keep Me Running Wild, to name just a few.
Ronnie’s accomplishments are almost too numerous to mention. You are sure to remember him from The Ronnie Prophet Show, which ran on the CTV network. As stars of the long-running “Grand Ol’ Country” series on Canadian TV, Glory-Anne and Ronnie Prophet became household names. Their status as hometown country music heroes was firmly established after winning Duo of the Year and Entertainer of the Year awards in both Canada and Branson. Ronnie was inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame in 1999.
Ian first hit internationally in 1973 with “Painted Ladies”. Over the years he has acquired a Juno award, four SOCAN classic awards for Painted Ladies, Right Before Your Eyes, Hold On and Pilot, a UNICEF Danny Kaye Humanitarian award, Juno and Gemini nominations, 15 albums and nearly as many top twenty records. Ian’s songs have found international success with many artists such as Santana, America, Manfred Mann, Chicago, Bette Midler and Anne Murray.
Throughout his career George has won many music awards: Juno Awards, CCMA Awards, and ECMA Awards, to name a few. He has been inducted into the Nova Scotia Country Music Hall of Fame, recorded 12 albums, regularly performs all over the world, and has acted in a number of films, television shows, and stage plays. He is also a highly regarded humanitarian and a strong supporter of the military.
Dan’s classic hits, such as Sometimes When We Touch, Can’t We Try, and Never Thought (That I Could Love) all remain staples of Adult Contemporary radio stations around the world. Dan has also enjoyed consistent success as a ‘behind the scenes’ songwriter for: Celine Dion, Britney Spears, 98 Degrees, The Backstreet Boys, Rod Stewart, Donny Osmond, Jennifer Rush, Michael Bolton, Tina Turner, George Benson, Tammy Wynette, Sammy Kershaw, Mark Wills, Reba, Alan Jackson, and Lorrie Morgan.