60 things to do in Calgary this winter

Dec 16 2019, 8:02 am

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Winter is nearly here, and Calgary is filled with great events happening in the new season and new year. From Ice Magic Festival to Jim Gaffigan, here are 60 events you need to check out around the city.

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Get Outside

Winter ice skating at Olympic Plaza

What: Built in 1988 for the Olympic Winter Games, Olympic Plaza has the only refrigerated outdoor ice surface in the city. You can rent skates down at the plaza if you don’t have a pair of your own. Helmets are strongly encouraged.

When: Open daily until mid-March
Time: 10 am to 9 pm
Where: Olympic Plaza — 228 8th Avenue SE, Calgary
Admission: Free. Skates are also available to rent

Tubing at Winsport’s Canada Olympic Park

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Tubing at WinSport (@jr_reporteryyc/Instagram)

What: Acura Tube Park at Winsport’s Canada Olympic Park is described as one of the fastest of its kind in Western Canada. Tubers can also check out the food truck and enjoy the convenience of washrooms on site.

When: Fridays until Sundays starting December 20, 2019 and throughout the winter season. Special times are offered during the holidays and on long weekends.
Time: Various times
Where: WinSport’s Canada Olympic Park – Acura Tube Park – 88 Canada Olympic Road SW
Admission Info: Online

What’s up with Bow Habitat Station

What: Explore Alberta’s wildlife and natural spaces on the first Friday of the month. Visit investigation stations in the Discovery Centre, then join the group activity with special guests from Alberta Parks at 10:30 am, 11:30 am, 1:30 pm, or 2:30 pm and discover how wildlife has adapted to city life. Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society will also be hosting an investigation station about furry and feathered friends found in the city. Note: hands-on activities are designed for learners two-years-old and up.

When: The first Friday of every month – January 3, February 7, March 6, 2020
Time: 10 am to 3 pm
Where: Bow Habitat Station – 1440 17A Street SE, Calgary
Admission: All activities are included with Discovery Centre Admission.

Ice Magic Festival Banff 2020

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Ice Magic Festival (Banff Tourism)

What: Running 12 days from January 15 to 26, the Ice Magic Festival hosts teams in a competition to create the most stunningly shiny work of frozen art.

Tickets are required to visit the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise lakeside Competition Carving Site during peak periods. Ice Magic is free to attend from Monday to Friday, and on weekends before 10 am or after 5:30 pm.

When: January 15 until January 26, 2020
Time: Times vary, check schedule for details
Where: Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise – 111 Lake Louise Drive, Lake Louise
Tickets: Online, free to attend from Monday to Friday, and on weekends before 10 am or after 5:30 pm.

Bowness WinterFest

What: Bowness WinterFest features games and prizes, zorb bowling, a photobooth, a bouncy castle, a concession, special guests, and more.

When: February 8, 2020
Time: 10 am to 3 pm
Where: Bowness Community Association — 7904 43 Avenue NW, Calgary
Tickets: Online

Canmore Winter Carnival

What: Canmore Winter Carnival features a variety of snowy, family-friendly indoor and outdoor events from February 28 to March 1, including ice carving competitions, log sawing competitions, a pooch parade, Snowy Owl Kid n Mutt Races, and more.

When: February 28 to March 1, 2020
Time: Various times
Where: Throughout the town of Canmore
Price: Varies per activity

Explore the city

Calgary Renovation Show

What: Get inspired for your home renos at the 2020 Calgary Renovation Show. Discover the year’s hot new trends, find products and services, and learn how to do your renos the proper way.

When: January 17 to 19, 2020
Time: Various times
Where: BMO Centre – 20 Roundup Way SE, Calgary
Tickets: Online

Body Worlds: Animal Inside Out

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Body Worlds (Derek Dormer/I Am Calgary

What: Body Worlds: Animal Inside Out features over 100 preserved animal specimens ranging from the common pigeon to an expertly dissected camel. Visitors will be able to check out what’s under the skin of some spectacular animals and determine what makes us the same — and different.

When: Now until March 1, 2020
Time: Various times
Where: TELUS Spark — 220 Saint George’s Drive Northeast, Calgary
Tickets: Online

Keep ’em Rolling Roller Nights

What: Keep ’em Rolling hosts roller skate nights at Hounsfield/Briar Hill Community Hall, featuring skate music provided by DJ Plasma. All skates must have toe stops or jam plugs to prevent damage to the floor.

When: January 4, January 18, February 1, February 29, March 14, March 28, 2020
Time: 7:30 to 10:30 pm
Where: Hounsfield/Briar Hill Community Hall — 1928 14 Avenue NW, Calgary
Admission: $10, $20 for a family (max of four), additional family members $5. Skate rentals $2, email [email protected] for sizing and availability.

Doc Soup: Picture Character

What: Doc Soup Calgary is a monthly feature-length documentary series presented in partnership with the Calgary International Film Festival and Hot Docs.

When: January 8, February 5, March 4, and April 1, 2020
Time: 7 pm
Where: Cineplex Odeon Eau Claire Market Cinemas — 200 Barclay Parade Southwest #200, Calgary
Tickets: Online

Spark After Dark

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What: TELUS Spark hosts an adults-only experience the second Thursday of every month, with drinks, music, and, new adult-programming each month. Guests can also visit the immersive dome theatre, the various Spark galleries, and more.

When: The second Thursday of every month — January 9, February 13, March 12, 2020
Time: 5 to 10 pm
Where: Telus Spark – 220 St. George’s Drive NE, Calgary
Tickets: Online

Making Treaty 7 Cultural Society’s 2nd Annual Indigenous Art Exhibition

What: Making Treaty 7 Cultural Society’s second annual Indigenous Art Exhibition is being showcased at a number of venues around Calgary this winter, including the Central Library. The exhibition features work from 17 artists.

When: Now until January 18, 2020
Time: Various times
Address: Calgary Central Library — 800 3 Street SE, Calgary
Admission: Free

Calgary Chinese Cultural Centre Chinese Lunar New Year Festival

What: Celebrate Chinese Lunar New Year at the Calgary Chinese Cultural Centre. There will be live performances, games and crafts, lion dances, and much more to enjoy.

When: January 18 to 26, 2020
Time: Various times
Where: Calgary Chinese Cultural Centre – 197 1 St SW, Calgary
More InfoOnline

Smash Room Golf Pop-Up – Calgary

What: In January 2020, Smash Room Golf will pop-up in the city, giving Calgarians the chance to blow off some steam as they break things while they play.

When: January 24, 2020
Where: Location TBA
Tickets: Register for pre-sale tickets here

The Bash

What: The Bash showcases Calgary’s innovative, and trendsetting wedding creatives. Meet bridal boutiques, caterers, photographers, and more.

When: January 25 and 26, 2020
Time: 6 to 9 pm (Saturday), 11 am to 3 pm (Sunday)
Where: Hudson 6th Floor – 200 8 Avenue SW, Calgary
Tickets: Online

Calgary Home + Garden Show

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What: The Calgary Home + Garden Show features a huge variety of vendors in its exhibition area, speakers and celebrity guests, contests, and more.

When: February 27 to March 1, 2020
Time: 12 to 9 pm (Thursday and Friday), 10 am to 9 pm (Saturday), 10 am to 6 pm (Sunday)
Where: BMO Centre, Stampede Park – 20 Roundup Way SE, Calgary
Tickets: Online

Brix n’ Blox Fan Expo

What: Check out everything LEGO from building stations, displays, themed activities, and more.

When: March 28, 2020
Time: 11 am to 5 pm
Where: Northland Village Mall — 5111 Northland Drive NW #440, Calgary
Tickets: Online

Holiday and Christmas Events

Once Upon A Christmas at Heritage Park

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Once Upon A Christmas (Heritage Park/Facebook)

What: The event will feature wagon rides, Christmas carols, and a visit by Mr. Claus himself at the historical village, and attendees will be able to learn about what Christmas was like back in the day as many of the homes and buildings will open their doors to the public. Shopping will be available at the gift shops at the front gates, hot drinks and snacks can be found at the Railway Cafe, Wainwright Hotel Bar Room, and the Club Cafe, and a Christmas breakfast buffet will be served each morning — for an additional cost.

When: Now until December 22, 2019
Time: 9:30 am to 4 pm
Where: Heritage Park – 1900 Heritage Drive SW
Tickets: Online

Alberta Ballet’s The Nutcracker

What: Alberta Ballet presents the timeless holiday classic, The Nutcracker. Featuring a live orchestra, a cast of more than 120 dancers, stunning sets and costumes designed by Emmy-award winning designer Zack Brown, and choreography by Alberta Ballet’s Edmund Stripe.

When: Now until December 24, 2019
Time: Various times
Where: Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium — 1415 14 Avenue NW, Calgary
Tickets: Online

The Holly Jolly Christmas Caper 2019

What: Calgary’s Lougheed House will be taken over by Escape Capers YYC from December 26 to 30, allowing Calgarians the chance to test their wits against the puzzles, brain-teasers, and riddles that bar their freedom.

Taking a regular escape room up quite a few notches, the Holly Jolly Christmas Caper will include teams of two to nine people working their way through the house and solving clues as they go.

When: December 26 to December 30, 2019
Time: Multiple times available for booking
Where: The Lougheed House — 707 13th Avenue SW, Calgary
Tickets: $50 to $55, booking available online

Noël Christmas Festival

What: Noël Christmas is a month-long festival filled with live music, shopping, visits with Santa, and nearly one million lights. A perfect holiday outing for the whole family.

When: Now until December 24, 2019
Time: Various times
Where: Nutrien Western Event Centre — Stampede Trail SE, Calgary
Tickets: Online

A Christmas Carol

What: Theatre Calgary’s brand-new adaptation of the classic Dickens Christmas story A Christmas Carol, where Ebenezer Scrooge is paid a visit from the spirits of Christmas Past, Present, and Future on Christmas Eve, and is forced to finally confront how his bad behaviour and attitude have affected others.

When: Now until December 28, 2019
Time: Various times
Where: Max Bell Theatre — Arts Commons
Tickets: Online

Zoolights

What: The 23rd year of Zoolights features millions of lights, new themes, classic activities, and special guests. Bundle up and check out Wizarding Wednesdays, fire pits, the Wishing Tree, ice skating, and more.

When: Now until January 4, 2020
Time: 6 to 9 pm
Where: The Calgary Zoo – 210 St. Georges Drive NE, Calgary
Tickets: Online, General (16+) $19.95, Child (3-15) – $14.95

Christmas Lights at Spruce Meadows

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What: Drive or walk through Spruce Meadows this holiday season to enjoy over 90 kilometres of lights sparkling with over 305,000 individual light bulbs.

When: Now until January 5, 2020 (closed Christmas Day)
Time: 5 to 10 pm
Where: Spruce Meadows – 18011 Spruce Meadows Way SW, Calgary
Admission: Free

Nikka Yuko Winter Lights Festival

What: Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden comes alight with intricately places bulbs in the fourth annual Winter Lights Festival. Note that Nikka Yuko closes when the weather drops below -25°C.

When: December 19 to December 23, December 26 to December 31, 2019, Every Friday and Saturday from January 3 until January 31, 2020
Time: 6 to 9 pm
Where: Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden — 9 Avenue S and Mayor Magrath Drive, Lethbridge
Tickets: Online

Lougheed House Christmas

What: Lougheed House will be filled to the brim with holiday spirit designed by eight top Calgary interior designers using a “repurpose/reuse/thrifting” method to decorate the house’s three floors in Christmas decor. Guests can also take family Christmas photos, enjoy a meal at the restaurant, and shop for local artisan crafts.

When: Wednesday to Sunday until January 5, 2020
Time: 11 am to 4 pm (Wednesday to Friday), 10 am to 4 pm (Saturday and Sunday)
Where: Lougheed House — 202-13 Avenue SW, Calgary
Admission: Ranging from free to $8.50

Ring in the New Year

Scotiabank Backbeat presents: New Year’s Eve Family Bash at Studio Bell

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Studio Bell (chrissyjayvisuals_/Instagram)

What: Ring in an early New Year with the family at a New Year’s Eve party at Studio Bell. There will be a games room, family sing-a-long, and crafts to enjoy, plus an 8 pm countdown for everyone to enjoy.

All activities within the first floor are free, and anyone hoping to check out all that Studio Bell has to offer — with interactive activities, Canadian Music Hall of Fame memorabilia, and new exhibits — will be able to do so for $10.

When: December 31, 2019
Time: 5 to 9 pm
Where: Studio Bell — 850 4th Street SE, Calgary
Admission: First floor is free, rest of the building is $10 admission

City of Calgary New Year’s Eve Fireworks

What: Enjoy a fireworks display from Calgary Tower to ring in the new year at midnight.

When: December 31, 2019
Time: Midnight
Where: Calgary Tower
Admission: Free

New Year’s Eve Family Party at Central Library

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New Central Library (chelseadaily.co/Instagram)

What: Central Library New Year’s Eve party will include live performances, games, activities, games, and holiday dance party for the whole family

When: December 31, 2019
Time: 12 to 4 pm
Where: New Central Library — 802 3rd Street SE, Calgary
Admission: Free

NYE 2020: Gatsby – The Roaring 20s

What: Cowboys Dance Hall hosts a glamorous New Year’s Eve party with a Gatsby and Roaring 20s theme.

When: December 31, 2019
Time: 8 pm to 2 am
Where: Cowboys Dancehall — 421 12th Avenue SE
RSVP: Online

Eat fresh at a farmers’ markets

Farmers and Makers’ Market at cSPACE

What: Check out 60 local farms, food-makers, bakers, brewers, distillers, and artisan vendors, food trucks, live music, kids arts and cultural activities, and more every Saturday at the Farmers and Makers’ Market at cSPACE.

When: Every Saturday, year-round
Time: 10 am to 1 pm (Now until to May 2020)
Where: cSPACE King Edward – 1721 29th Avenue SW, Calgary
Admission: Free

Calgary Farmers’ Market

What: Explore over 80 vendors supplying customers with fresh local produce, meat, poultry, international food, organic goods, jewellery, art, and more. Whether it’s the arrival of fresh produce or fun events, there’s always something happening at the market.

When: Open year-round from Thursday to Sunday
Time: 9 am to 5 pm
Address: 510 – 77 Avenue SE, Calgary
Admission: Free

Granary Road Public Market

What: Granary Road Public Market is open year-round and offers fresh produce, artisan cheeses, pizza, tacos, handcrafted home goods, and more.

When: Every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
Time: 9:30 am to 5 pm
Where: Granary Road Market — 226066 112 Street West, Foothills No. 31
Admission: Free

Hillhurst Sunnyside Farmers’ Market

What: Grab your weekly haul of delicious produce, eggs, baked goods, meats, preserves, florals, and more, all grown and produced on farms right here in Alberta. You can enjoy live entertainment and other fun activities happening at this quaint community farmers’ market. The market will go on rain or shine, so come prepared.

When: Every Wednesday
Time: 3 to 7 pm
Where: 1320 5th Avenue NW, Calgary
Admission: Free

Crossroads Market

What: Enjoy farm-fresh produce and tasty treats plus lots of unique finds from the large variety of vendors.

When: Fridays to Sundays
Time: 9 am to 5 pm
Where: Crossroads Market – 1235 26 Avenue SE, Calgary
Admission: Free

Explore Arts and Culture

Dear Evan Hansen

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Dear Evan Hansen/Facebook

What: Dear Evan Hansen, the story of a teenage boy who gets wrapped up in a tragic event by happenstance, is playing in Calgary this February as part of the Broadway Across Canada 2019/20 Season. Dear Evan Hansen picked up six Tony awards in 2017, including best musical, as well as a 2018 Grammy Award.

When: February 18 to 23, 2020
Time: Various times
Where: Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium — 1415 14th Avenue NW, Calgary
Tickets: Online

Free First Thursday at Glenbow Museum

What: Explore the Glenbow Museum at your leisure for FREE on the first Thursday of every month.

When: The first Thursday of every month – January 2, February 6, March 5, 2020
Time: 5 pm to close
Where: Glenbow Museum – 130 9th Avenue SE
Admission: Free

Esker Foundation

What: Esker Foundation connects the public to contemporary art through relevant, accessible, and educational exhibitions, programs, and publications. The gallery reflects on current developments in local, regional, and international culture; creates opportunities for public dialogue; and supports the production of groundbreaking new work, ideas, and research. Admission is free.

When: Open Tuesdays to Sundays. Closed Mondays
Time: Various times
Where: Esker Foundation – 4th Floor – 1011 9th Avenue SE, Calgary
Admission: Free

The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe

What: Alberta Theatre Projects presents CS Lewis’ classic tale at the Martha Cohen Theatre from now until December 29. Watch as Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy team up with Mr. Tumnus to save Narnia from the White Witch and set the stage for the return of Aslan the Lion.

When: Now until December 29, 2019
Time: Various times
Where: Martha Cohen Theatre — 215 8th Avenue SE, Calgary
Tickets: Online

High Performance Rodeo

What: The High Performance Rodeo, Calgary’s International Festival of the Arts, is an annual festival that features live performances from Calgary artists, across Canada, and around the world. Expect to see theatre, music, dance, multidisciplinary art, and more.

When: January 8 to 26, 2020
Time: Various times
Where: Various venues
Tickets: Online

Jim Gaffigan

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What: Jim Gaffigan, recently named one of the world’s highest-grossing comedians, is on his way to Lethbridge this winter. Presented by Just For Laughs, the actor, writer, producer, four-time Grammy-nominated comedian, two-time New York Times bestselling author, and father of five will be performing his The Pale Tourist show at the Enmax Centre on February 1.

When: February 1, 2020
Time: 8 pm
Where: Enmax Centre — 2510 Scenic Drive S, Lethbridge
Price: $45.50 – $65.50, available online

Bob Saget with Guests

What: America’s iconic comic, TV personality, and actor, Bob Saget (Full House, America’s Funniest Home Videos), is performing a stand-up show at Jack Singer Concert Hall on Saturday, March 14 with special guests.

Sagat’s stand-up comedy career spans more than 30 years, and his 2014 stand-up special That’s What I’m Talkin’ About was even nominated for a Grammy. In January 2016, Saget starred as Pastor Greg in the Tony-nominated play, Hand To God, which showed on Broadway for nine weeks. His first book, Dirty Daddy, became a New York Times best-seller.

When: March 14, 2020
Time: Doors 7 pm, show 8 pm
Where: Jack Singer Concert Hall — 225 8 Avenue SE, Calgary
Tickets: Starting at $46.41 — available via Art Commons

Open Mic Night at Crafted Burgers & Beer

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Comedy mic (Fer Gregory / Shutterstock)

What: Crafted Burgers & Beer welcome musicians, comedians, and singers every Monday for an open mic night.

When: Every Monday until December 30, 2019
Time: 7 to 10 pm
Where: Crafted Burgers & Beer — 3975 17 Avenue SW, Calgary
Admission: Free

Food and Drinks

Winefest Calgary

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What: Winefest Calgary offers an all-inclusive sampling of wines from all over the world, as well as delicious hors d’oeuvres on February 21 and 22. There are three sessions to choose from — Friday evening, Saturday afternoon, and Saturday evening.

When: February 21 and 22, 2020
Time: 7 to 10 pm (Friday and Saturday), 2 to 5 pm (Saturday)
Where: Stampede Park BMO Centre Hall E – 20 Roundup Way SW
TicketsOnline

Grape Escape Saturday

What: Sample wine, beer, spirits, cocktails, and more at Grape Escape Saturday. There are over 100 booths with hundreds of products to try. There will also be food booths to visit as well.

When: March 21, 2020
Time: 5 to 9 pm
Where: BMO Centre, Stampede Park – Hall D – 20 Roundup Way SE, Calgary
Tickets: Online

Craving Kensington

What: On this three-hour walking tour, you will eat your way through this inner-city village at some of the foodie hotspots while also learning about the charming history and architecture of the area.

When: Every Thursday
Time: 6 to 9 pm
Where: Meet at Brasserie Kensington — 1131 Kensington Crescent NW, Calgary
Tickets: Online

Roasterie Tour – Phil & Sebastian Coffee Roasters

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What: This 20-minute tour gives attendees a look at Phil & Sebastian’s vintage retro-fitted roaster and operations, plus learn about their green coffee sourcing strategies.

When: Every Wednesday
Time: 12:15 to 12:35 pm
Where: Phil & Sebastian Coffee Roasters – 618 Confluence Way Southeast, Calgary
Tickets: Online, Free

Sunday Brunch and Market Tour

What: Join the Calgary Farmers’ Market and Calgary Food Tours as they bring to you a very special Sunday brunch. Enjoy 16 bites and treats as various Alberta ranchers explain what it takes to bring their products to the market. Sample their produce and leave feeling inspired to fill your shopping bag with fresh goodies.

When: Every Sunday
Time: 10:30 am
Where: 510, 77 Street SE – off Blackfoot Trail and close to Heritage Drive SE
Tickets: Online, $55

Free Brewery Tours at Red Bison Brewery

What: The tour starts off with an explanation of Red Bison’s name and why founder Steve started the brewery. Attendees will then see the homebrew system Steve used to brew beer on the balcony of his downtown Calgary condo, and talk about malt and how each of the flavours impact the recipes. After that is a walk through the processes for brew day and the fermentation process. Once the tour is complete, guests will be able to buy flights to try out beer and a snack from the kitchen.

When: Every Sunday
Time: 1 pm
Where: Red Bison Brewery — 111, 3016 10 Avenue NE, Calgary
Tickets: Online, Free

Cheer on the home teams

Calgary Flames

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What: The Flames continue their NHL season this winter at Scotiabank Saddledome.

When: Various dates
Time: Various times
Where: Scotiabank Saddledome – 555 Saddledome Rise SE, Calgary
Tickets: Online

Calgary Hitmen

What: Calgary Hitmen bring CHL action to Scotiabank Saddledome this winter.

When: Various dates
Time: Various times
Where: Scotiabank Saddledome – 555 Saddledome Rise SE, Calgary
Tickets: Online

Calgary Roughnecks

What: The Calgary Roughnecks take on teams throughout the NLL for some seriously fun games at the Saddledome.

When: Various dates
Time: Various times
Where: Scotiabank Saddledome – 555 Saddledome Rise SE, Calgary
Tickets: Online

Concerts and Music Festivals

Alexisonfire with The Distillers

What: Southern Ontario–born indie band Alexisonfire is coming to Calgary in January. Opening the shows for Alexisonfire on all dates are reunited modern-day punk icons The Distillers. Meanwhile, Montreal garage punk rockers Nobro will be opening all Canadian show dates.

When: January 23, 2020
Time: 7 pm
Where: Scotiabank Saddledome – 555 Saddledome Rise SE, Calgary
Tickets: Online

Half Moon Run

What: Indie-rock band Half Moon Run is coming to Calgary on the Canadian leg of their A Blemish in the Great Light world tour.

The four members, Conner Molander, Dylan Phillips, Devon Portielje, and Isaac Symonds released their first album Dark Eyes in 2012. After the record went platinum in Canada, Half Moon Run followed up their success with 2015’s Sun Leads Me On. They received a JUNO nomination for Breakthrough Group of the Year in 2016.

When: January 17, 2020
Time: Doors 7 pm, show 8 pm
Where: MacEwan Hall — 402 Collegiate Blvd NW, Calgary
Tickets: Online

Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra’s Lunar New Year Celebration

What: Celebrate Lunar New Year with Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra at Jack Singer Concert Hall on January 17 and 18. The programme is a showcase of East Asia’s top contemporary composers and musicians, fresh orchestral arrangements of traditional Chinese folk songs, and includes Academy Award-winning Tan Dun’s YouTube-commissioned Internet Symphony.

When: January 17 and 18, 2020
Time: 7:30 pm
Where: Jack Singer Concert Hall — 225 8 Avenue SE, Calgary
Tickets: Online

Theory of a Deadman

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What: Theory of a Deadman is bringing their Say Nothing world tour to Grey Eagle Resort and Casino on February 8.

When: February 8, 2020
Time: 8 pm
Where: Grey Eagle Resort and Casino — 3777 Grey Eagle Dr, Calgary
Tickets: Online

Block Heater Music Festival

What: Calgary Folk Music Festival’s fifth annual Block Heater is a weekend of music and events. Featuring over 25 local, Canadian, and international artists performing concerts and collaborative sessions at National Music Centre, King Eddy, Festival Hall, and the Central Library.

When: February 20 to 22, 2020
Time: Various times
Where: Various locations
Tickets: Online

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What: Toronto singer-songwriter grandson performs at The Palace Theatre on March 20. grandson won the SOCAN Songwriting Prize for his song “Blood // Water,” and released A Modern Tragedy Vol. 3 last September, the final installment of the Modern Tragedy trilogy.

When: March 20, 2020
Time: 8 pm
Where: The Palace Theatre — 219 8th Avenue SW, Calgary
Tickets: Online

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