Hosted by Indigenous Resilience in Music, be part of the Indigenous renaissance with a multi-genre showcase at the King Eddy. Drezus headlines alongside Cole The God, Pope Joan, TimberFang, and Third Generation.
A modern Christmas classic, head to The GRAND to watch as the Griswold family attempt to deal with their inevitably big and disastrous holiday plans.
The King Eddy is once again teaming up with the CKUA Radio Network, and this time, JUNO Award-winning blues musician Jack Semple is on the bill. This show is going to be unmissable.
Pitting rationalism against fundamentalism and advocating for personal liberties and a healthy public discourse informed by open debate, join Calgary Cinematheque as it screens Destiny.
As the next artists to be featured as part of the National Music Centre’s Showtime concert series, Rattle and Strum get kids of all ages dancing, singing, and playing. Moms and pops with tots won’t want to miss this show.
Need a break this week? Why not hit up one of these fun, and free, events? From seasonal treats to local gems, there’s still a ton to see and do. Here’s what we’re checking out.
With five fabulous years of saucy holiday tunes, join Forte Musical Theatre for everyone’s favourite sweet but risqué holiday celebration. Grab your tickets and see why Naughty… but Nice is a must-see each year.
Marking their third appearance with the Instrumental Society of Calgary, Franklin Cohen, Diana Cohen, Alex Cohen, and Roman Rabinovich have enchanted and moved audiences around the world.
Directed by Jon Favreau, Elf is a hilarious, holiday favourite and you can see it this Sunday as Movies at The GRAND return. Be sure to wear your ugliest Christmas sweater for a chance to win big.