The Scotiabank Saddledome is Calgary's leader for entertainment excitement. Seating for over 17,000, it has something for everyone. It's home to the NHL's Calgary Flames and the WHL's Calgary Hitmen. It has also played host to big ticket concerts, rodeos, ice shows, circuses, conventions and more!
The Calgary Stampede is a volunteer-supported, not-for-profit community organization. The core purpose is to preserve and celebrate western heritage, culture, and community spirit while contributing to the quality of life by promoting volunteerism, presenting a year-round slate of events, investing in youth and agricultural programs, and developing a unique western experience for the world to enjoy. All revenue is invested back into Stampede programs and facilities.
Western Canada's Largest Amusement Park located in Calgary, Alberta, offers a vast array of incredible rides, shows and special entertainment for seekers, families and small children
Find out more about the third tallest structure in Calgary.
Find and buy tickets: concerts, sports, arts, theater, broadway shows, family events at Ticketmaster.com
invites you to explore this website and learn about hosting an event with us, happenings around the TCC and visiting the beautiful city of Calgary.
your one stop movie-listings for the Calgary area! Information includes showtimes, theatre info, reviews, upcoming movies, cast information, posters, trailers, local scene, external links, and more...
Research, Education, Conservation and Recreation all in one
located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, focusing on the human history of northwest North America.
The official website of Spruce Meadows. General Information, Tournament Schedules, Ticket Information, Television, Facilities, Horse Program
Canada's largest living historical village exhibits canadian history prior to 1914.
Theatre Junction provides thought provoking and inspiring theatre to Calgary's curious minds. Don't miss our upcoming production The Edible Woman, Dave Carley'scomic look at how our society consumes personal choice, adapted from Margaret Atwood's prescient 1969 novel.
Calgary, Alberta, restores and displays aircraft, photographs, stories of aviation heros WWI and WWII and history of flying in Western Canada