What is the Coca-Cola Stage?

  • The Coca-Cola Stage is where rock, alternative and pop music lives during the 10 days and 10 nights of the Calgary Stampede
  • With performances from local, national and international performers, the new and expanded lineup will have music fans rocking through the day and into the night
  • All shows are free with admission to Stampede Park

Where is the Coca-Cola stage located?

Music and entertainment schedule


Thursday July 5

7:00

The Dirty Nil
 

8:00

Alexisonfire



Friday July 6

12:30

Brad Sims

1:30

Lucas Chaisson

2:30

Jess Smith

CHANGEOVER


7:00

Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine

8:00

Banners

9:00

Elle King



Saturday July 7

12:30

Mark Times

1:30

The Wine Soaked Preachers

2:30

Blake Berglund

CHANGEOVER


8:00

Yukon Blonde

9:00

Broken Social Scene



Sunday July 8

11:30

School of Rock

12:30

School of Rock

1:30

Mandy McMillan

2:30

Kirsty Lee Akers

CHANGEOVER


8:00

Busty And The Base

9:00

Daniel Caesar



Monday July 9

12:30

Amy Nelson

1:30

Matt Blais

2:30

Mariel Buckley

CHANGEOVER


8:00

Rural Alberta Advantage

9:00

Phantogram



Tuesday July 10

12:30

Island In The Sky Band

1:30

The Ashley Hundred Band

2:30

Kaley Bird & The Flat Whites

CHANGEOVER


8:00

Grandson

9:00

Our Lady Peace



Wednesday July 11

11:30


** KIDS DAY**

12:30



1:30



2:30



CHANGEOVER


8:00

Caitlyn Smith

9:00

Sheryl Crow



Thursday July 12

12:30

Karac Hendriks

1:30

Mikaila Cooper

2:30

Tanya Ryan

CHANGEOVER


8:00

Jocelyn Alice

9:00

Walk off the Earth



Friday July 13

12:30

Lucette

1:30

Amelie Patterson

2:30

Lyra Brown

CHANGEOVER


8:00

Virginia to Vegas

9:00

Lights



Saturday July 14

12:30

The North Sound

1:30

Citysleep

2:30

Sykamore

CHANGEOVER


7:00

DJ Shub

8:00

Too Many Zooz

9:30

The Funk Hunters



Sunday July 15

12:30

Dextress

1:30

Altameda

2:30

Johnson Crook

CHANGEOVER


8:00

The Static Shift

9:00

Billy Talent


Guest information


Do I need a ticket to spectate?

  • Coca-Cola Stage performances are included with Park admission.

Will there be a lineup?

  • A crowd may start to gather before performances.

What time do I need to arrive?

  • If you would like to be close to the stage for a show, then we recommend arriving approximately one hour before showtime. 

Is accessible seating available?

  • Coca-Cola Stage has accessible seating located directly in front of the Coca-Cola Red Lounge. It is available on a first come first serve basis.

Where is the closest accessible parking?

  • Accessible parking stalls are located in Lot 10, north of the main entrance of the BMO Centre entrance.

Can I bring non-alcoholic beverages?

  • Yes.

Can I purchase alcoholic beverages at the Coca-Cola Stage?

  • Alcoholic Beverages cannot be purchased at the Coca-Cola Stage.
  • However, the Mott’s Clamato House is next to the Coca-Cola Stage and alcoholic beverages can be purchased there. The Mott’s Clamato House has a view of the Coca-Cola Stage.

Can I bring my service animal?

  • Services animals are permitted, including: guide, sign and signal dogs to persons with disabilities.
  • Concerts can be very loud, with many people and my not be suited for service animals.

Can I bring my camera?

  • Cameras for personal use are permitted at the Coca-Cola Stage.

Contact:

Natasha Mandrusiak 

Entertainment Coordinator Stampede Programming

T 403.261.0342

nmandrusiak@calgarystampede.com

Samara Lastiwka

Programming Production Manager

T 403.261.0334

slastiwka@calgarystampede.com