The Calgary Stampede has unveiled their full line-up of free summer concerts, ranging from indie, rock, country and western, hip hop, and EDM.
Free concerts this year will be held on the Coca-Cola Stage, and in the Big Four Roadhouse, which also has some of the Stampede’s top off-midway food offerings.
“We are thrilled to bring our guests a remarkable entertainment venue with so much to offer,” said Kyle Russell, Director of Stampede Programming at The Calgary Stampede.
“This year’s music lineup is massive, complemented by a social atmosphere that will have guests coming back day-after-day and night-after-night.”
The Coca-Cola Stage is headlined on July 6 with platinum selling rapper Russ, followed by Vance Joy on July 7, Cordae on July 9, Jessie Eyez on July 9, Orville Peck on July 10, Teagan and Sara on July 11, Broken Social Scene, Manchester Orchestra, and Jimmy Eat World on July 12, AJR on July 13, Mt. Joy on July 14, and Zeds Dead on July 15.
The stage is closed out on July 16 by one of Canada’s top alternative groups, Mother Mother.
Other performers on the Coca-Cola Stage throughout the Stampede will be Bigus, Devon Cole, Charley Crocket, Death from Above 1979, Five Roses, and Shred Kelly.
The full lineup is available at www.calgarystampede.com/coca-cola-stage.
The Big Four Roadhouse is being headlined on July 6 starting with Dwayne Gretzky, DJ Diesel (Shaquille O’Neal) on July 7, Cheat Codes on July 8, Big Boi in July 10, Lil Yachty on July 11, Murda Beatz and Ferg on July 12, X Ambassadors on July 13, DJ Pauly D on July 14, Koffee on July 15.
Legendary Grammy award winning hip hop group Cypress Hill will be headlining the last day of the Stampede on the Big Four stage, on July 16.
Visitors wanting to take in more than one night of shows are encouraged to purchase a Stampede Superpass, which provides unlimited access to the Stampede for the 10 days for $51.45. Sales of the Superpass go until July 3.