Get ready YYC, the highly-anticipated King Eddy will finally be re-open permanently on July 20.
Despite the venue running a Bell Live music series throughout the Stampede, we’ve got to wait just a bit longer until the National Music Centre’s revamped bar and restaurant opens for real.
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The revitalized King Edward Hotel was built all the way back in 1905, so to say this spot is legendary would be an understatement.
Come July 20, patrons can expect a regular lineup of talented musicians at this spot, along with a menu of killer grub and drinks.
While the epic rooftop outdoor patio won’t be open full-time, it will be available for “plenty of concerts and fun events,” The King Eddy Marketing Team told us.
The rooftop can also be booked for summer events of your own.
The building will also house CKUA Calgary, the Rolling Stone Mobile Studio, and NMC’s offices and additional recording facilities.
The King Eddy will be open Monday to Wednesday from 11 am to 10 pm, Thursday and Friday from 11 am to 2 am, Saturday from 9 am to 2 am, and Sunday from 9 am to 10 pm.
Address: 438 9 Avenue SE