For 10 days during the Calgary Stampede, the King Eddy will once again be transformed into a honky-tonk in the East Village, featuring a revolving roster of boot-stompin’ country acts performing evening headliner shows. House band Ghostboy featuring Mark Parsons will perform free daytime sets from noon to 3:00 pm daily.
The Bell Live Series at the King Eddy will run daily from July 6-15, 11:30 am to 2:00 am. Admission is free during the day and a cover will be in place after 7:00 pm until close for all headliner shows. We are a cashless Box Office (just debit and credit), but we will accept cash at the bar.
Bell Live at the King Eddy headliners include:
— Kingston “newgrass” act The Abrams
— Edmonton-based country artist Karac Hendriks
— Calgary country-folk troubadour Tim Hus
— Powerhouse vocalist and Country 105 Rising Star Lauren Mayell
— Lethbridge country crooner Trevor Panczak
— Calgary singer-songwriter Ken Stead
*More exciting secret headliner shows presented by the Canadian Country Music Association and Country 105 as part of the Bell Live Series to be announced soon.
The King Eddy rooftop patio will be open daily during Stampede Week from 12:00 pm to 11:30 pm and will be closed for private events on July 6, 12 and 13. Stop by before hitting the grounds or end your evening on the terrace with some of the best views of the Stampede’s closing fireworks. *Rooftop access is subject to availability and will be weather dependent.