The iconic Canadian country rock band Blue Rodeo will be making an appearance at this year’s Calgary Stampede.
The ensemble has been making music together since 1984, releasing hits like “Try,” “Diamond Mine,” and “To Love Somebody,” during that 34-year span.
Their Calgary Stampede concert will be performed in the show’s newest venue, The Big Four Roadhouse, on Sunday, July 8.
“This is an incredible music event,” said Adam Oppenheim, President of Stampede Entertainment Inc, in a release.
“Blue Rodeo is an iconic band and foremost in the Canadian music fabric … It is a unique opportunity to see this unparalleled collection of talent in the Big Four Roadhouse.”
Tickets go on sale starting Friday, May 11, though Stampede Insiders will have the chance to grab some tickets starting Wednesday, May 9.
The show will cost $79 a head to attend and is only available to those that are 18+.
When: Sunday, July 8
Time: 3:30 pm
Where: The Big Four Roadhouse – 1801 Big Four Trail SE
Tickets: Available online, $79