Bell Live: Kira Isabella presented by NMC, CCMA, and Country 105 @ National Music Centre, Calgary [13 July]

Bell Live: Kira Isabella presented by NMC, CCMA, and Country 105


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13
July
11:30 - 02:00

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National Music Centre
850 - 4 Street SE, Calgary, Alberta T2G 1P2
The historic King Eddy kicks into high-gear as a pop-up country bar with the return of the Bell Live Series from July 6-15.

The schedule for July 13 is:

Ghostboy featuring Mark Parsons 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm (FREE)
Tin and the Toad set at 4:00 pm (FREE)
Cole Malone set at 7:30 pm (cover in effect)
National Music Centre, Canadian Country Music Association, and Country 105 present Kira Isabella set at 9:00 pm (cover in effect)

Multiple CCMA Award-winner and JUNO Award-nominee Kira Isabella has a decade of experience under her belt performing her brand of up-tempo country music across Canada, and it’s an impressive feat since she’s just barely 19. The powerhouse vocalist has shared stages with Carrie Underwood, Terri Clark, Keith Urban and Jason Aldean and has had seven consecutive Top 20 country radio singles. Her latest single, “Little Girl” is out now.

**Cover is free before 7 pm with House Band Ghostboy featuring Mark Parsons performing from 12 pm to 3 pm and Tin and the Toad on stage from 4 pm to 6 pm.
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