Oh Canada, your 150th birthday is bringing some awesome deals to town.
The Calgary Stampede is celebrating Canada’s sesquicentennial with an extra special offer.
On July 11, 2017 admission to Park is just $1.50 until 1:50 pm.
“The Calgary Stampede is rooted in western tradition and lifestyle, which is a large part of Canada’s heritage. We are proud to join the millions of Canadians celebrating our great nation,” said President & Chairman of the board at the Calgary Stampede, David Sibbald. “We want to bring the celebration to the community, so we’ve added a special offer of $1.50 admission.”
In addition to next to nothing entrance costs, guests are invited to watch a live citizenship ceremony, where 50 new Canadians will be sworn in.
There will also be some Canada 150 birthday cake to eat and some good old street hockey to be played. As a bonus, Olympic gold medalist, Cassie Campbell-Pascall from the Canadian women’s hockey team and Sportsnet broadcaster, will be on hand to give some hockey tips.
Stampede park will be opening a earlier than usual at 10 am on Tuesday, July 11 for Canada 150 Day.
What: Entrance for only a $1.50
When: Tuesday, July 11
Time: 10 am to 1:50 pm