101 things to do in Calgary this summer

Jun 21 2017, 4:01 pm

Calgary is an amazing city. It provides locals and travelers with an overabundance of exciting adventures and things to do, especially in summer.

The city is buzzing with a unique entrepreneurial spirit that ensures that there is always a new brew to sip on, type of ice cream to bring you back to your youth or bumping patio that you simply can’t miss out on.

And Summer is the season that Calgarians wait all year long for, as it welcomes the much anticipated “Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth,” that you can guarantee will live up to its claim, along with a variety of music festivals, markets, and athletic activities that will keep you busy in the midst of a well-known heat-wave, or out-of-the-blue rain storm.

This is by far the best time of year to be in Calgary and it’s a guarantee that there will never be a dull moment all season long.

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Here are 101 fun things to do this summer in Calgary that guarantee a good time and exciting memories!

Get Outdoors

Take a float down the Bow River

  • What: The ultimate refresher in the midst of a prairie heat wave!
  • Tips: Make sure that you have enough life jackets for your entire group, book your raft ahead of time, park a vehicle at the beginning and the end of your route and check weather advisories before heading out.
  • Where: Lazy Day Raft Rentals, Sports Rent, The Paddle Station and the Outdoor Centre at the University of Calgary

Specialty Evening Wine + Cheese Cruises at Lake Minnewanka

  • What: Enjoy various Canadian wines and cheeses with an unreal view of the Rockies.
  • Where: Lake Minnewanka, Banff
  • When: Wednesdays and Saturdays throughout July and August
  • Cost: $95

Go Hiking in the Rockies

  • What: The view is worth the climb!
  • Where: Here are some of the best hiking spots in and around Banff to check out this summer.

Go Fishing

  • What: As Earl Dibbles Jr. always says “I got 99 problems and fishing solves all of them!”
  • Where: Here is a guide to some of the best spots to go fishing this summer.

Check out COP’s summer activities

  • What: Summer Bobsleigh, Mini Golf, Skyline Luge and a Zipline – we’re sold!
  • Where: Winsport, Canada Olympic Park – 88 Canada Olympic Road SW
  • Cost: Varies per activity

Experience the new and improved Brewster Banff Gondola

  • What: Head to the summit for an unreal view above the treetops and a birds-eye view of 6 different mountain ranges, while sipping on a delicious Starbucks coffee or a refreshing glass of wine.
  • Where: 100 Mountian Avenue, Banff
  • Cost: Adult – $62, Child – $31

Hobo Campfire Singalong

  • What: Join the Park’s Canada Theatre Troup for a fun campfire singalong down by the railway tracks.
  • Where: The Cave and Basin – 311 Cave Avenue, Banff
  • When: Saturdays in July and August
  • Cost: Free

Cave Lantern Tours

  • What: Get a guided tour of the Cave and Basin after-hours. Watch out for bats and don’t let your imagination run too wild!
  • Where: The Cave and Basin
  • When: July 15,22,29 and August 5,12,19,26
  • Cost: $10.80

Rent a bike and go on a river adventure

  • What: Grab your squad, get yourself some wheels and see the city from a different perspective.
  • Where: Rent bikes at these locations: The Livery, Rath Bicycle, Bike and Brew
  • Cost: Varies per bike rental location

Get Active

Barre at Noon in the East Village

  • What: Barre with a view! Keep those bums toned this summer and feel the burn in this free barre class in the heart of East Village every Thursday.
  • Where: East Village Experience Centre – 553 Riverfront Avenue SE
  • When: Every Thursday through till August
  • Cost: Free

Outdoor Games Station

  • What: Bocce, ladder golf and so much more! Both big kids (adults) and little kids are welcome.
  • Where: St. Patrick’s Island – 1300 Zoo Road NE
  • When: Every Sunday from June 18 to July 30
  • Cost: First come first served

Calgary Tower stair climb

  • What:  Time for you to be the king of the castle, or at least the tower. On Friday, June 30 celebrate Canada 150 and the Calgary Tower’s 49th grand-opening birthday by taking the 802 stair challenge, helping you hit your target while giving you a killer workout.
  • When: Friday, June 30 from 2 to 6 pm
  • Cost:
    • Single climb: Adult $15, Senior $12, Child $6
    • Multi climb: Adult $18, Senior $15, Child $9
  • Who: Ages 8 and up

Rugged Maniac 5K

  • What: A grown up obstacle race, otherwise known as the “mud run.” Good luck!
  • Where: Spruce Meadows – 18011 Spruce Meadows Way SW
  • When: July 29
  • Cost: $69-$79

Mountaintop Yoga

  • What: Bring your yoga experience to new heights in this one-hour session in the Citizenship Pavillion on the fourth level of the new Banff Gondola summit.
  • Where: Banff Gondola – 100 Mountain Avenue, Banff
  • When: Various dates throughout the summer
  • Cost:$62/peson

Ride, Row, Refresh

  • What: Get your sweat on in a spin or row class, and then treat yourself to a beer sample or two from Wild Rose Brewery!
  • Where: Movement U – #16 4 Street NE
  • When: August 2
  • Cost: Regular drop in fee

Mud Hero

  • What: This obstacle course race includes a cargo climb, mud slide, a “frog spa,” and a swamp run. Needless to say, you won’t be getting out of this one with a clean shirt!
  • Where: Canyon Ski Resort – RR#2 Site #8 Box 26, Red Deer, AB
  • When: August 12-13
  • Cost: $69-$84

Night Race

  • What: Run through the night in a 5K or 10K course with your trusty Energizer LED headlamp guiding your way. At the post-race celebration, you will receive a FREE beer glow mug to drink your much-deserved beverage out of!
  • Where: South Glenmore Park, 8415 24 Street SW
  • When: August 19
  • Cost: $55-$60

Rock the House Run

  • What: Run either 5K or 10K in support of Southern Alberta’s Ronald McDonald House Charity. It’s named “Calgary’s Favourite Family Run” for a reason!
  • Where: the race starts and ends at Market Mall – 3625 Shaganappi Trail NW
  • When: September 17
  • Cost: $15-$45

30 in 30

  • What: 30 classes, including Row, HIIT, and Spin, in 30 days – think you can do it? Registration opens up on MINDBODY August 1.
  • Where: Movement U – #16 4 Street NE
  • When: September 1-30
  • Cost: $150

Summer Markets

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Greater Goods Pop Up Series

  • What: Sip on a delicious Iced Lavender Earl Grey Tea Latte (yes those do exist) and shop your favourite local makers each month in this rotating pop-up series.
  • Where: Greater Goods – 606 Meredith Road NE
  • When:
    • July – Gypsy Skulls
    • August – Stevie and Bean

East Village Junction

  • What: 12 makers, 12 shipping containers, and 1 parking lot makes the best retail shopping Calgary has ever seen. There are also various performances, a pop-up library, Junction jams and group runs hosted by Lululemon happening at different times throughout each week, so you just have to go more than once!
  • Where: SW corner of 4 Street and 8 Avenue SE
  • When: June 1-October 1 (Thursday to Sunday)
  • Cost: Free admission

The Calgary Stampede Maker Market

  • What: While cruising the grounds check out this new Maker Market, located in the regular Stampede Market in the BMO Centre, and shop your favourite local artists and makers. Makers will rotate throughout the 10 days so be sure to stop in more than once!
  • Where: Stampede Grounds – 1410 Olympic Way SE
  • When: July 7 – 16
  • Cost: Regular admission to the Stampede grounds

Inglewood Night Market

  • What: Everyone’s favourite street party is back and happening on the first Friday of every month this summer. Be sure to come with an empty stomach and the desire to shop till the sun goes down. The event goes on rain or shine, so come prepared!
  • Where: 9 Avenue and 10 Street SE
  • When: July 14, August 11 and September 8
  • Cost: FREE

Essentials by Nature Pop-Up at Greater Goods

  • What: Essential oils are so important for the overall health and wellness of your body. Come learn more about the benefits of using natural, plant based oils and shop the full collection from Essentials by Nature, an Edmonton-based oil apothecary, at Greater Goods all weekend long.
  • Where: Greater Goods – 606 Meredith Road NE
  • When: July 29 & 30

The Prairie Girls Vintage Market

  • What: Shop your favourite local makers and artists in a quaint antique farmhouse.
  • Where: Cochrane Ag Society Barn – the NW corner of the junction of Highways 1A and 22
  • When: September 9
  • Cost: $3

Etsy: Made in Canada

  • What: Now is your chance to shop your favourite yyc Etsy shops (100+) in person at this weekend-long market!
  • Where: Genesis Centre – 7555 Falconridge Boulevard
  • When: September 22 – 23
  • Cost: $5-$8

Food and Drink Festivities

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Tea on the Verandah

  • What: Pinkies up! Enjoy high tea on the front porch of Heritage Park’s newest exhibit the “Famous 5 Centre for Women.
  • Where: Heritage Park – 1900 Heritage Drive SW
  • When: Saturdays and Sundays from June 3 to September 4
  • Cost: Adults – $21.95 +gst, Child (Under 12) – $15.95 +gst

NHBR Nights

  • What: Yummy drinks, delicious food, and even better company – we’re in!
  • Where: NHBR Coffee Shop – 4038 16 Street SW
  • When: At the end of every month – stay tuned on social media for date announcements
  • Cost: $10-$20

YYCFoodTrucks Presents: Summer Frenzy

  • What: Food trucks, live music, local vendors and Sled Island Roller Derby all day long. Now that’s our kind of weekend!
  • Where: Max Bell Centre – 1001 Barlow Trail SE
  • When: June 24-25
  • Cost: $5

Big Rock Craft Beer Brewing Course

  • What: Learn how to make your own beer in this 2-hour long workshop and take home your very own bottle of your creation. Beer lovers rejoice!
  • Where: Heritage Park – 1900 Heritage Drive SW
  • When: July 27 and August 3
  • Cost: $95

Taste of Calgary

  • What: Going on a date or just looking for something fun to do with friends? Sample some of Calgary’s best global food and beverage cuisine, while you enjoy the great summer weather and listen to live outdoor music for 4 days in a row.
  • Where: 200 Barclay Parade SW
  • When: August 10-13
  • Cost: Free Admission, sampling tickets are $1

Festivals and Other Events

Granary Road Farmers Market Grand Opening

  • What: There is a new farmers market in town that includes a learning park, a public market, The Loft Kitchen and a bakery that will fill the market with the aroma of freshly baked treats each morning.
  • Where: Granary Road – 226034 112 Street W MD of Foothills
  • When: June 29
  • Cost: Free admission

Canada Day at Olympic Plaza

  • What: Come celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday with city-wide activities!
  • Where: Olympic Plaza – 288 8 Avenue SE
  • When: July 1
  • Cost: Free

Lake Louise 2017 Canada Day Parade

  • What: Come celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday with activities happening in and around Calgary!
  • Where: Lake Louise
  • When: July 1
  • Cost: Free

Canada Day at RiverFront Avenue

  • What: Come celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday with city-wide activities!
  • Where: Riverfront Avenue W
  • When: July 1
  • Cost: Free

Canada Day at Fort Calgary

  • What: Come celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday with city-wide activities!
  • Where: Fort Calgary – 750 9 Avenue SW
  • When: July 1
  • Cost: Free

Canada 150 Live Music Celebration

  • What: Come celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday with city-wide activities!
  • Where: Tomkins Park – 7 Street SW
  • When: July 1
  • Cost: FREE

2nd Annual H&A Street Hockey Classic

  • What: Celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday in the most Canadian way possible, a street hockey tournament. All funds raised at the event will support KidSport Calgary.
  • Where: Home and Away – 1331 17th Ave SW
  • When: July 1
  • Cost: $200 – teams of 10

Celebrate Canada 150 at the CORE

  • What: Come celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday with city-wide activities!
  • Where: The CORE Shopping Centre – 333 – 7th Avenue SW
  • When: July 1
  • Cost: Free

Moments Magazine Issue 3 Launch Party

  • What: Calling all event planners and industry professionals! Come celebrate the launch of the 3rd issue of Moments Magazine at this fun launch party event.
  • Where: Phil & Sebastian Coffee Roasters / ATB Financial – 102 8 Avenue SW
  • When: July 5
  • Cost: $55 – $195

Cowboys Stampede Showdown Poker Tournament

  • What: Raise money for the Calgary Stampede Foundation while playing a round of your favourite betting game. The top ten players will walk away with cold hard cash, Cowboys Stampede VIP Passes, and Stampede Admission Tickets. Those are some good odds!
  • Where: Cowboys Calgary – 421 12 Avenue SE
  • When: July 6

IgNITE The Midway

  • What: Stampede and Beakerhead put together makes for one unreal night at the Stampede grounds! Ride the midway until 1am, participate in the Silent Disco at the Coca-Cola Stage and party at the Stampede like you have never partied before.
  • Where: Stampede Park – 1410 Olympic Way SE
  • When: July 6
  • Cost: #35.25

STMPDR Sneak a Peek Kegger

  • What: Kick off Stampede on the rooftop patio of Kensington’s newest eatery, Prohibition Freehouse, in true Calgary fashion. Your ticket will include two drinks, a TON of meatballs and live music from various local bands and DJ’s. There will also be a fun silent auction happening throughout the night and the proceeds will be going towards the Children’s Hospital Foundation. Yeehaaw!
  • Where: Prohibition Freehouse – 1153 Kensington Crescent NW
  • When: July 6
  • Cost: $25

Ranchman’s Bullbustin’

  • What: Cheer on Canada’s best bull riders, while raising money for the Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre.
  • Where: Ranchman’s Cookhouse and Dancehall – 9615 MacLeod Trail S
  • When: July 6
  • Cost: $70

The Calgary Stampede

  • What: It’s the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth and its back for its 105th year – need we say more!
  • Where: Stampede Ground – 1410 Olympic Way SE
  • When: July 7-16
  • Cost: Varies depending on the day

Boogie Nights – Rooftop Beats Yoga Class

  • What: Yogi to the beat in this rooftop yoga dance party. Afterward, head down the street for the Inglewood Night Market!
  • Where: Junction 9 Yoga and Pilates – 919 9 Avenue SE
  • When: July 14, August 11 and September 8
  • Cost: $18

Captain’s Cruises

  • What: All aboard! Sail through the Glenmore Reservoir on the S.S. Moyie Paddlewheeler, while tasting delectable d’ oeuvres and sipping on a curated selection of beer and wine. The dress code is business casual.
  • Where: The S.S. Moyie Paddlewheeler, Heritage Park – 1900 Heritage Drive SW
  • When: Thursdays from July 20 to August 31
  • Cost: $74.95

Fiestaval Latin Festival

  • What: Celebrate Latin American Culture in this vibrant street festival!
  • Where: Olympic Plaza – 288 8 Avenue SE
  • When: July 21,22 and 23
  • Cost: Free admission

Summer Yoga and Movie Night on the Rooftop

  • What: Sweat it out in a rooftop yoga sesh and then curl up as you watch a classic film on the big screen!
  • Where: Junction 9 Yoga and Pilates – 919 9 Avenue SE
  • When: July 21, August 18 and September 15
  • Cost: Drop in fee

Packwood Grand

  • What: Grab your date and your fanciest fascinator for a fun day at the races!
  • Where: Century Downs Racetrack – 261095 Dwight McLellan Trail
  • When: July 29
  • Cost: TBA

Pet-A-Palooza Calgary

  • What: A festival all about PETS! There will be a puppy stampede, French and English Bulldog Races, Wiener Dog races, free swag and more.
  • Where: Eau Claire Market – 200 Barclay Parade SW
  • When: July 29
  • Cost: Free Admission

Kensington’s Diagon Alley

  • What: The community of Kensington will be turning into a magical wizarding world full of brilliant oddities for a day!
  • Where: Kensington Road and 10 Street NW
  • When: July 30
  • Cost: Free admission

Inglewood Sunfest

  • What: Celebrate summer in #yyc at this day-long street festival featuring over 200 vendors, food trucks, and live entertainment.
  • Where: Main Street Inglewood- 9 Avenue SE
  • When: August 5
  • Cost: Free

Country Kickback

  • What: Learn how the West once was!
  • Where: Heritage Park – 1900 Heritage Drive SW
  • When: August 26-27
  • Cost: Park admission


  • What: Celebrate the different cultures of the world that make up Calgary, with a multicultural marketplace and fireworks show put on by various countries each night.
  • Where: Elliston Park – 1827 68 Street SE
  • When: August 15-26
  • Cost: $20-$90

Old Time Ranch Rodeo

  • What: Cowboys from working ranches will compete in events that display for spectators the everyday skills that you need to work on the range, followed by a traditional afternoon rodeo. There will also be local artisans from the area set up at the Pekisko Creek Trade Fair and Art shows that will be open all day long.
  • Where: Bar U – Box 168 Longview Alberta
  • When: August 20
  • Cost: Bar U Admission

Fiesta Filipino 2017

  • What: Kick it Filipino style! A fiesta is meant to be a special time with friends with delicious food, fellowship and various activities.
  • Where: Olympic Plaza – 288 8 Avenue SE
  • When: September 1
  • Cost: Free admission

Calgary Produce Marketing Association Harvest Sale

  • What: Grab fresh fruits and vegetables all weekend-long, while supporting your local community at the same time.
  • When: September 9-10
  • Where: Heritage Park – 1900 Heritage Drive SW
  • Cost: Admission to park

Fiasco Presents: Doors Open YYC

  • What: See Calgary from a unique perspective and celebrate it’s cultural heritage, as you gain free access to 40 different sites around the city with behind the scenes activities and revealing tours all day long.
  • Where: Various locations throughout the city
  • When: September 23
  • Cost: Free

Railway Days

  • What: As one of the only sites in North America that has two steam locomotives on site Heritage Park and CP Rail invite you for a weekend of demonstrations, hands-on activities, exciting exhibits and everything and anything train related.
  • Where: Heritage Park – 1900 Heritage Drive SW
  • When: September 23 – 24
  • Cost: admission to park

Music Festivals

Sled Island 2017

  • What: Sled Island is back and this year will be bigger than ever. For those who don’t know, this is a local 5-day music and arts show that brings together bands, comedians, filmmakers, artists and a whole lot of fans to create one large community. Check out the various locations for different performances and shows happening throughout the week!
  • Where: Various Venues
  • When: June 21 – 25
  • Cost: $125 – $225 depending on the type of tickets you purchase. See all rates here!

iHeartRadio WestFest

  • What: Hedley, Iggy Azalea, Noah Cyrus, Midland and Scott Helman are just a few of the outstanding acts that you can expect at this all ages music festival!
  • Where Shaw Millennium Park – 1220 9 Avenue SW
  • When: July 8
  • Cost: General Admission – $103.95(All Ages welcome)

Calgary Folk Music Festival

  • What: The Calgary Folk Fest is back for another year and bigger than ever. They are bringing some big names to the city that you won’t want to miss out on!
  • Where: Prince’s Island Park
  • When: July 27-30
  • Cost: $25-$190

 One Love Music Festival

  • What: Callin’ all Hip Hop junkies! This is Western Canada’s largest Hip Hop Music Festival so don’t miss out. And if you weren’t already excited enough, Lauryn Hill and Migos will be headlining this year’s festival.
  • Where: Max Bell Centre Festival Ground – 1001 Barlow Trail SE
  • When: August 8
  • Cost: $79.95-$109.95

Chasing Summer Music Festival

  • What: Celebrate the passion of Calgarians love for summer in this huge two-day EDM festival.
  • Where: Max Bell Centre Festival Ground – 1001 Barlow Trail SE
  • When: August 5-6
  • Cost: General Admission – $159.95

Country Thunder Alberta 2017

  • What: Get your toes tapping and brush up on your two-stepping at this 3-day Country Music Festival headlined by Brad Paisley, Thomas Rhett and Blake Shelton. Country fans rejoice!
  • Where: Prairie Winds Park – 223 Castleridge Boulevard NE
  • When: August 18-20
  • Cost: $130 3-day General Admission

2017 Honens Festival

  • What: Celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday with a 4-day music festival with a side of maple syrup. It doesn’t get much more Canadian than that!
  • Where: Various venues and parks around the city
  • When: September 7 – 10
  • Cost: $10-$55 or festival pass is $129

Circle the Wagons 2017

  • What: Join the BassBus, YYCFoodTrucks and Village Brewery for a traveling carnival that includes the best Calgary has to offer in local food, beer, music, art, and entertainment.
  • Where: Currie Life – 3951 Trasimene Crescent SW
  • When September 9
  • Cost: $35

Arts and Culture

Check out one of the many exhibitions happening at the Glenbow

  • What:
    • Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience: June 17 – September 10
    • Romancing Canoe – June 17 – September 10
    • Artefacts: Contemporary Moving Images, Karilynn Ming Ho: For the Left Hand Alone – June 17 – August 27
    • North of Ordinary: The Arctic Photographs of Geraldine and Douglas Moodie – February 18 – August 27
  • Where: Glenbow Museum – 130 9 Avenue SE
  • Cost: regular admission to museum

Put the “Her” in Heritage

  • What: The Window Galleries present three new exhibits that focus on the alternative narratives of those whose voice was excluded from the first 150 years of our nation.
  • Where: Window Galleries (across from Max Bell Theatre in Arts Commons)
  • When: June 5 – August 28
  • Cost: Free

Shakespeare by the Bow

  • What: Enjoy some of Shakespeare’s greatest plays in the serene and natural setting of Prince’s Island Park. Presented by the talent at Theatre Calgary.
  • Where: Prince’s Island Park – 698 Eau Claire Avenue SW
  • When: June 20 – August 27
  • Cost: Free

Music in the Plaza

  • What: The Stampede Talent Search and Heritage Park have partnered up to bring you weekly live entertainment in the Heritage Town Square.
  • Where: Heritage Town Square, Heritage Park – 1900 Heritage Drive NE
  • When Wednesday evenings from July 5-August 30
  • Cost: Park Admission

Flower Crown Workshop with Antheia Floral

  • What: Whether you’re looking to make your own boutonniere, wrist corsage or full halo crown you’ll learn the secrets to creating these floral pieces at this fun evening workshop.
  • Where: Greater Goods – 606 Meredith Road NE
  • When: July 20
  • Cost: $90

Victors, Villains, and Vixens

  • What: A run off of Shakespeare After Dark. East Village has partnered with Theatre Calgary to bring you a week’s worth of performances on St. Patricks Island.
  • Where: St. Patrick’s Island – 1300 Zoo Road NE
  • When: July 25 – 30
  • Cost: Free


  • What: Prepare yourself as this interactive art show once again takes over our city for a week where science and art collide.
  • Where: Various locations around Calgary
  • When: September 13-17
  • Cost: Varies per location

Heritage Day at Fort Calgary

  • What: Celebrate Calgary’s multicultural heritage in this free, family-friendly event.
  • Where: Fort Calgary – 750 – 9th Avenue SE
  • When: August 7
  • Cost: Park admission

Concerts and Performances

Music in the Pine

  • Where: The Banff Centre – 107 Tunnel Mountain Drive
  • When: July 1
  • Cost: Free

Music on the Island

  • Where: St. Patrick’s Island – 1300 Zoo Road NE
  • When: Every Saturday from June 10 – July 29
  • Cost: Free

Cool Choir Rocks the Jube – Canada’s 150th Anniversary Gig!

  • Where: Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium – 1415 14 Avenue NW
  • When: June 23
  • Cost: $22-$31

Russ – The Wake Up Tour

  • Where: Grey Eagle Event Centre 3777 Grey Eagle Drive SW
  • When: July 4
  • Cost: $45

Blue Rodeo

  • Where: Shaw Amphitheatre – 107 Tunnel Mountain Drive
  • When: July 7
  • Cost: $55

Stampede Concert Series: Johnny Reid

  • Where: Scotiabank Saddledome – 555 Saddledome Rise SE
  • When: July 12
  • Cost: $49-$179

Stampede Shaker

  • When: July 12
  • Where: Fort Calgary – 750 – 9th Avenue SE
    Cost; $29 – $149

Stampede Concert Series: Brooks & Dunn

  • Where: Scotiabank Saddledome – 555 Saddledome Rise SE
  • When: July 13
  • Cost: $59-$300

Oxford Stomp

  • Where: Fort Calgary – 750 – 9th Avenue SE
  • When: July 14
  • Cost: General Admission – $95

Stampede Concert Series: Alabama

  • Where: Scotiabank Saddledome – 555 Saddledome Rise SE
  • When: July 14
  • Cost: $49-$139

 Stampede Concert Series: Usher & The Roots

  • Where: Scotiabank Saddledome – 555 Saddledome Rise SE
  • When: July 15
  • Cost: $59-$300

Bob Dylan

  • Where: Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium – 1415 14 Avenue NW
  • When: July 16
  • Cost: $57-$127

The Michael Jackson History Show

  • Where: Grey Eagle Event Centre 3777 Grey Eagle Drive SW
  • When: July 28
  • Cost: $39-$59

Tanya Tucker

  • Where: Grey Eagle Event Centre 3777 Grey Eagle Drive SW
  • When: August 4
  • Cost: $49-69


  • Where: Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium – 1415 14 Avenue NW
  • When: August 3
  • Cost: $65-$115

The Decemberists

  • Where: MacEwanHall – 2500 University Drive NW
  • When: August 9
  • Cost: $20-$189

Shakey Graves

  • Where: The Palace Theatre – 219 8 Avenue SW
  • When: August 11
  • Cost: $30 – no minors permitted


  • Where: Scotiabank Saddledome – 555 Saddledome Rise SE
  • When: August 19
  • Cost: $25-$135

The Pointer Sisters

  • Where: Grey Eagle Event Centre 3777 Grey Eagle Drive SW
  • When: August 19
  • Cost: $49-$69

Simple Plan – No Pads, No Helmets, Just Balls 15th Anniversary Tour

  • Where: The Palace Theatre – 219 8 Avenue SW
  • When: September 8
  • Cost: $45

Daniel O’Donnell: Back Home Again Tour

  • Where: Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium – 1415 14 Avenue NW
  • When: September 12
  • Cost: $30-$115

I Love the 90’s Tour

  • Where: Winsport Arena at Canada Olympic Park – 88 Canada Olympic Road SW
  • When: September 13
  • Cost: $62-$104

George Lopez

  • Where: Grey Eagle Event Centre 3777 Grey Eagle Drive SW
  • When: September 9
  • Cost: $62-$104

Sporting Events

Cheer on the Calgary Stampeders

  • What: Cheer on our Stamps as they make their way to the Grey Cup!
  • Where: McMahon Stadium – 1817 Crowchild Trail NW
  • When:
    • June 29 vs Ottawa at 7pm
    • July 22 vs Saskatchewan 7pm
    • July 29 vs Hamilton at 7:30pm
    • August 26 vs Toronto at 7pm
    • September 4 vs Edmonton at 1pm
    • September 16 vs BC at 5pm

Monster Jam

  • What: Come see this motorsport as the best drivers in North America compete for the winning spot!
  • Where: Stampede Grandstand
  • When: September 9-10
  • Cost: $15-$65
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