On July 1, we're celebrating Canada Day and the King Eddy's five-year anniversary with family-friendly live music on the King Eddy rooftop and mainstage from 1:00 pm 'til close.
Catch six-piece honky tonk country and roots dynamos Tom Phillips and The D.T.s, country artist Robert Adam, alt-roots band Cold Little Crow, and bilingual indie/folk-rock duo Post Script on the Eddy's main floor, and old-time banjoist and songwriter Amy Nelson, indie-folk singer-songwriter Bennett Mitchell, country artist Mariya Stokes, and country duo The Rural Routes on the rooftop.
King Eddy opens at 11:00 am. Rooftop opens at 12:30 pm.
About the King Eddy:
Established in 1905, the King Edward Hotel was Calgary’s second oldest hotel and the longest operating bar and hotel when it closed in 2004. After over a decade of silence, the revitalized King Eddy re-opened as a live music venue, restaurant, and bar in 2018 as part of the National Music Centre development. Today, the Eddy continues as a cornerstone of music, community, and culture, building on its storied musical legacy.
|1:00 pm||Amy Nelson||King Eddy Rooftop|
|2:00 pm||Post Script||King Eddy Mainstage|
|3:00 pm||Bennett Mitchell||King Eddy Rooftop|
|4:00 pm||Cold Little Crow||King Eddy Mainstage|
|5:00 pm||Mariya Stokes||King Eddy Rooftop|
|6:00 pm||Robert Adam||King Eddy Mainstage|
|7:30 pm||The Rural Routes||King Eddy Rooftop|
|8:30 pm||Tom Philips||King Eddy Mainstage|