With more than 250 bands on the docket as well as comedy, film, and visual art lineups, Sled Island is back and ready to rock your faces off. This annual five-day music and arts festival is set to take over.
Ever make a mistake in love? We’ve all been there before—lovesick and languishing. One Yellow Rabbit digs into a playlist of 21st century music makers and explores the pains of love through movement.
Coinciding with National Aboriginal Day and Aboriginal Awareness Week, head to Studio Bell for live music and educational tours that explore the legacy of Canadian Indigenous music icons.
In the greatest literary doubleheader of the season, Mark Kingwell and Stacey May Fowles knock the cover off the ball with Wordfest.
For its final show of the season, join The Listening Room YYC and hear Deanne Matley performs songs inspired by the legendary Nina Simone. Come early and stay late—doors open at 6:15pm for dinner.
An annual summer tradition, join Theatre Calgary and follow brave heroine Rosalind and her cousin Celia in As You Like It, this year’s Shakespeare by the Bow production.
Guest conductor Jeremy Brown joins Calgary’s own Timepoint Ensemble as it closes its second season. Catch a rare performance of Jonathan Harvey’s monumental work, Bhakti.
Since its launch it has been the most produced play in the United States, and now you can see it in Calgary as Attic Players breaks its six year hiatus with the Canadian premiere of Sex with Strangers.
Dress in your favourite costume and join the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra as it closes its season with the music of Star Wars, Star Trek, Close Encounters, Lost in Space, and beyond.