Fort Calgary (750 9 Ave SE)
As they say, you can’t stop the Stomp! This 18+ outdoor concert (be sure to bring your ID, you’ll need it to get in) has all the fun a cowboy or cowgirl could ask for including tunes, sunshine (weather permitting), and a libation or two. And as a staple of Stampede in Calgary, every year it gives back to Rotary Downtown Calgary, which supports 130 local charities and non-profits.
SERENA RYDER (4:00pm – 5:15pm)
Serena Ryder is an artist adored by fans, peers, and critics alike which is due mainly in part to her immense raw and earnest songwriting talent and beautifully electric performances. Over the years, she has received numerous accolades including three prestigious Juno Awards that include: 2008 New Artist of the Year, 2009 Adult Alternative Album of the Year, and 2010 Video of the Year
OUR LADY PEACE (5:45pm to 7:15pm)
Consisting of Raine Maida, Duncon Coutts, and Steve Mazur. Our Lady Peace is one of the most successful bands in Canada today. They’ve sold over 5 million albums worldwide, won four JUNO Awards and ten MuchMusic video awards –one of the most MMVA’s ever awarded to any artist or group. The band’s latest album “ Curve” debuted in the Top 10 of Canada’s national album sales chart.
COREY HART (8:30pm)
Corey Hart is recognized as one of Canada’s most successful singer-songwriters selling over 17 million records worldwide by amassing 9 consecutive US Billboard Top 40 Hits, while scoring an impressive 31 top 40 singles in his native Canada.
He’s a Grammy nominated, ASCAP & multiple Junos, and Quebec ADISQ award winner
- Free bus transportation to and from downtown
- The Rotary Club of Calgary’s famous beef-on-a-bun dinner
- Entrance into the official After Party
ULTRA VIP TICKETS
- General Admission
- Admission to the Ultra VIP Coors Banquet Saloon
- Special exclusive VIP area with vies to the stage
- Private cash bar
- 8 pre-paid drink tickets’
- Private restroom facilities
- Complimentary snacks
- Shaded seating opportunities
- Opportunity to win ‘Meet and Greet’ passes
Photo: Oxford Stomp