She’s been dubbed one of the greatest singers of all time and now this American music legend is coming to Calgary. Mavis Staples plays the Jack Singer as part of Arts Commons Presents.
Bringing people together in a non-religious, sacred event to honour the dead, the fifth annual Equinox Vigil merges live music, performances and contemporary art.
When you think of Wild Rose Country wind can often spring to mind. But, did you know, woodwind concerts are not very common here?
Another giant milestone is coming up, and this time it’s NUTV’s turn to celebrate. University of Calgary’s campus-based television station, is celebrating its 25th anniversary and you’re all invited.
A piece of Canadian film history has been restored and you have a chance to check it out thanks to Glenbow.
Twenty years after their JUNO award-winning debut and fourteen years since their last release, Metalwood returns with a new album and are coming to Calgary thanks to JazzYYC.
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.
Focusing on a new approach to advancing diversity and inclusion, Feel Foreign is challenging us all to experience different cultures.
There might be a chill in the air, but that’s not going to stop these great free events from taking place. From music and visual art to a celebration to honour the dead, here’s what we’re checking out this week.