Back for the third year, Calgary’s own Torch Motorcycles returns with a festival full of bikes and so much more including a film series, artwork, and build education programs.
Alright ladies and gents, it’s time once again for that spectacle that is Beakerhead—Calgary’s own smash up of art, science and engineering, running September 14 to 18, 2016.
Fresh off the heals of being named Festival of the Year at Tourism Calgary’s White Hat Awards, Honens is back for four days of piano excellence. Look for recitals, films and much more.
History is often made by those who leap fearlessly into the unknown, embracing risk to achieve the unimaginable.
The Consulate-General of Japan in Calgary and the Japan Foundation are pleased to present this festival aimed at promoting Japanese film and culture to the public.
Summer might be coming to a close but that doesn’t mean that festival season is. In Calgary, we squeeze every drop of time we can outside before it gets too cold, and even that doesn’t stop our festivals.
It’s your year to join—that’s the thought behind this year’s Calgary Pride Festival. With the aim of spurring diversity, Calgary Pride is throwing open its arms and welcoming all.
It’s time for Calgary’s most explosive festival! GlobalFest will once again be lighting up the skies and celebrating our city’s cultural communities, August 18 to 27, 2016.
Calgary Opera’s Opera in the Village will be a bit different than the past three with free, family entertainment and paid performances all under the Chautauqua Tent.