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Music Festivals & Concerts Events & Festivals

From covert toe-tappers to head bangers and flower children – see everyone come together as one big, lip-synching family during Alberta’s music festival season. • Outdoors: Summer music festivals are so full of warm vibes, it almost doesn’t matter who’s playing. Pull up some lawn or throw down a tarp and meet your new favourite band. • Big Names: If big acts are your thing, Edmonton and Calgary’s stadium shows are the place to look year-round. • July fun: During the Calgary Stampede, country’s biggest stars fill arena shows at the Saddledome. Looking for rock, pop, alternative or kids bands? See them light up an outdoor side stage, free with Stampede admission. 
Females at the Edmonton Folk Music Festival

Edmonton Folk Festival

Edmonton Folk Music Festival

Dancing at the Edmonton Folk Music Festival

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Ice Magic

Lake Louise, Alberta
2018-01-18 To 2018-01-28 MST

Set in the spectacular surroundings of Lake Louise, the Ice Magic Festival is a world class event with over 20 years of history. Watch as talented ice artists from around the world skillfully combine gruelling physicality with precision artistry in an ice carving competition.

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Northern Spirit Light Show

Grande Prairie, Alberta
2017-11-24 To 2017-12-31 MST

The annual Northern Spirit light show is set for Nov. 24 to Dec. 31 at Evergreen Park, just outside of Grande Prairie. This is a light show that is added to each year. Spectacular light displays that you can drive through or ride through on the wagons pulled by mighty Draft horses. Warm up by the fire, have hot chocolate and fresh baked cookies, or put your skates on and shred the ice on the outdoor rink.

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Winefest Edmonton

Edmonton, Alberta
2018-02-16 To 2018-02-17 MST

The Wine World is waiting at Winefest Edmonton. Escape to Winefest and experience hundreds of wines with one ticket! A ticket includes a sampling of wines from the world’s most celebrated regions, delicious hors d’oeuvres and a complimentary wine glass. Attendees can take advantage of the Sobeys Liquor and Safeway Wine & Spirits onsite store to purchase their favourite finds to enjoy at home.

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The Great Human Odyssey

Calgary, Alberta
2018-04-27 To 2018-04-27 MST

Netflix will never sound as good as this – think Planet Earth meets Homo sapiens meets 137dB of live orchestra thundering toward you! Anthropologist and host Niobe Thompson, composer-conductor Darren Fung, and the Calgary Philharmonic bring you a cinematic and live musical exploration of our human origins, based on the award-winning documentary series.Every seat at this concert is a Tweet Seat, join the fun @cporush.

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The Legend of George Jones: featuring Duane Steele

Spruce Grove, Alberta
2017-11-04 To 2017-11-04 MST

Be part of a special tribute to the man considered to be one of the greatest country singers of all time – George Jones. In a career that lasted more than 50 years, “the Possum” evolved from a young honky-tonker to a music icon as he recorded more than 150 albums and became the symbol of traditional country music. His music continues to inspire artists of all genres. Award-winning singer-songwriter Duane Steele and his band will take you on a journey of George’s life through stories and songs. Duane will sing the hits that spanned five decades, from his duets with Tammy Wynette, to the No.1 country song of all time “He Stopped Loving Her Today”. You’ll also hear the stories of George’s life, which echoed the country songs he sang – filled with success, failure, hard-drinking, and heartbreak.

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Ms. Sugarcoat

Lethbridge, Alberta
2018-02-21 To 2018-02-24 MST

She’ssss back!!! We first met Ms. Sugarcoat at the Lethbridge Fringe Festival. New West liked her so much; we’ve asked her back. Ms. Sugarcoat is a hilarious original show written and performed by Alice Nelson. Alice has worked for New West in the past and we are thrilled to have her on the New West stage. Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, Ms. Sugarcoat is eager to mold the young minds of the future. But university textbooks didn’t prepare her for helicopter parents, entitled high-needs students, and political correctness at the cost of telling the truth. When Pat the Beaver shows up, Ms. Sugarcoat delicately controlled world threatens to implode.

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