July 7 – 16, 11:30 am – 2:00 am

MUSIC. FOOD. CRAFT BEER.

438 9 Avenue SE  Calgary, AB

11:30 am – 7:00 pm, NO COVER

Wrangle up your posse for the Bell Live Series at the King Eddy, featuring 10 days of foot-stompin’ roots and country tunes from a roster of all-Canadian talent. From July 7 to 16, the King Eddy will be transformed into a pop-up country saloon with a revolving roster of western-style acts to provide daytime and evening shows.

Just a short walk from Stampede Park, visitors can pop in during the day for some food provided by Bridges on First and a wide selection of local craft brews in partnership with the Alberta Small Brewers Association and made possible through support from ATB Financial.

This is a licensed event for those 18 years of age and older. All visitors must provide valid government issued photo ID.

Date

1:30 – 3:30 pm

4:30 – 6:30 pm

July 7, 2017

T.Buckley Trio

RevFrank Band

July 8, 2017

House Band

House Band

July 9, 2017

Tex Pistols

Boots and The Hoots

July 10, 2017

The Griffins

Shaela Miller Band

July 11, 2017

Washboard Hank

Rura

July 12, 2017

T. Buckley Trio

Wildwood

July 13, 2017

Godfrey & Tod

Eve Hell and the Razors

July 14, 2017

Tim Williams

Sun K

July 15, 2017

House Band

Steel & Timber

July 16, 2017

Sadlier-Brown Band

Mike Fury 4

7:00 pm – Close, $20 COVER

Tickets are $20 and will be available until two hours before the event starts.

Please note that print-at-home tickets will only guarantee entry until 8:00 pm, so join us early for a range of Alberta craft beer options and grub provided by Bridges on First.

This is a licensed event for those 18 years of age and older. All visitors must provide valid government issued photo ID. *Artists and times subject to change.

Leeroy

July 7, 2017

Online sales sold out.
Limited tickets at the door.

Lindi

July 8, 2017

Online sales sold out.
Limited tickets at the door.

GhostBoy

July 9, 2017

Online sales sold out.
Limited tickets at the door.

Nice Horse

July 10, 2017

Online sales sold out.
Limited tickets at the door.

Mariel

July 11, 2017

Online sales sold out.
Limited tickets at the door.

Blake Reid Band

July 12, 2017

Fred

July 13, 2017

Online sales sold out.
Limited tickets at the door.

Fred

July 14, 2017

Online sales sold out.
Limited tickets at the door.

JJ

July 15, 2017

Online sales sold out.
Limited tickets at the door.

HighKicks

July 16, 2017

ABOUT THE KING EDDY

The King Edward Hotel originally opened in 1905 on what was then referred to as Whisky Row (9 Avenue). This workingman’s hotel and bar saw the rise of Calgary and was even the first desegregated bar in the city. In the 1980s, the Eddy — as locals lovingly call it —became known as a live music venue, specifically for blues music. Dubbed “Calgary’s home of the blues”, the Eddy welcomed some of the greats, such as John Hammond, Buddy Guy, Pintetop Perkins and Otis Rush. After being condemned, the National Music Centre acquired the building to restore it and anchor its new facility around it. The King Eddy was restored much like an artifact and will have new life as a live music venue that NMC and other community partners will be able to program.

PARTNERS

Bell Canada

ATB Financial

Alberta Small Brewers Association

Bridges on First

CTV

Calgary Herald

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