Niagara Gazette — Lead singer Raine Maida was visibly moved by the size of the crowd and their reception to the band, telling the massive crowd “Oh my God, I think we’re in heaven,” and later jumping into the crowd during the bands three encores.
The following year, on July 2, 2010, Our Lady Peace returned to Lockport for another legendary show. Although it did not have nearly the emotional impact or quite as large a crowd, the band performed another legendary show in Lockport, proving they had returned for good.
Over the last few years Our Lady Peace has remained active, performing classic album shows including a two night stopover at the Riviera Theatre in North Tonawanda. They also returned to the free concert stage in Niagara Falls at the Hard Rock concert series in July of last year.
In April of this year Our Lady Peace performed at Club Infinity in Clarence in support of their “Curve,” album. The reinvigorated Our Lady Peace has been mixing up their set lists of late and receiving universally positive reviews.
If you went to one of the free outdoor shows over the last few years, Friday’s show will give you a chance to enjoy Our Lady Peace in a far more intimate setting.