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Marsha McWilson Holiday Show | Batavia Downs Gaming & Hotel


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(585) 343-3750

Batavia Downs Gaming & Hotel

8315 Park Road
Batavia, NY 14020
P: 585-343-3750

Batavia Downs Gaming & Hotel
8315 Park Road
Batavia, NY 14020

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Marsha McWilson returns to Batavia Downs once again to celebrate the holiday season!
General Admission tickets are $15 each with $10 in Free Play! Free Play can be redeemed beginning at 8 am the day of the show. Show your ticket to Player's Club to redeem.
Also available is our hotel deal for $119; each room reserved comes with a pair of tickets with $10 Free Play each - To book the hotel deal, please contact Marsha's Executive Assistant Aiesha Balance at (716) 400-8081 or email her at
Marsha McWilson is the First Black Female Artist inducted into the Niagara Falls Music Hall of Fame, Recording Artist, TV Actress, Songwriter, and Motivational Speaker.
As a musical minister, Marsha is the kind of artist who walks into a room radiating light, love, and laughter. You don't just hear her sing-- you experience her. She'll tell you, "I work for the Waymaker."
Marsha has made a name for herself as an accomplished singer, appearing on the Tom Joyner Fantastic Voyage featuring Diana Ross, Patti Labelle, Earth Wind and Fire, John Legend, and many others. She was also featured as a background vocalist for Michael Buble and sang on the Fashion Week runway. You may have heard her as a radio host on WUFO-Buffalo, or seen her in Tyler Perry’s TV show, If Loving You Is Wrong.
Marsha has even shared a microphone with the great Fantasia and Johnny Gill.
Having trained under Les Brown, Marsha is also a motivational speaker, talking to young people about making good choices in life. Her giving and caring spirit garnered her a Humanitarian Award from the City of Niagara Falls in 2002.
Marsha plays tribute to Etta James, Aretha Franklin, Tina Turner, and Cher in her standing-room-only concerts in places like Lewiston, NY. along with recording her Blue Sky Blues CD, a follow-up to her hit song on iTunes entitled “Balance.”
Marsha is a wife (married 30 years to Howard), mother to two miracle sons, and the youngest of 12 children. During the Coronavirus Pandemic, she wrote and recorded the song "Rona Mae Blues," which received a lot of media attention, especially because she lost her sister Vanessa and several other friends and relatives to the virus.
While Marsha calls Niagara Falls, New York, home, she could see herself living and working in Las Vegas or California.
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