While the major Stampede hubs like Nashville North, the Coca Cola Stage, and Cowboys will feature plenty of live music events of their own, we thought we’d throw to some of the other great venues around town where you can get a little break from the grounds while still soaking up some Stampede fun.
From Whisky Rose and Wild 95.3’s “Our First Rodeo” concert series to an amazing lineup of local talent performing at the King Eddy, to a stellar series of live performances and pop-ups at The Prairie Emporium, here are some great ways to celebrate Stampede without heading to the grounds.
The Prairie Emporium Presents: The Outlier (July 7-17)
Looking for a week of Stampede fun with good food and great music? Head to The Prairie Emporium for an amazing lineup of food, drinks and live music from July 7 to 17.
With shows like the “Throwback Party” with Alex Hughes performing and the “Alt-Country” night featuring the Boots and the Hoots and The Rifle County Players, along with some great pop-up shops throughout the week, The Prairie Emporium is one of the best places to celebrate the Stampede this summer.
Whiskey Rose x Wild 95.3 “Our First Rodeo” Concert Series (July 10-14)
Now this is going to be a party. Whiskey Rose and Wild 95.3 are teaming up for the “Our First Rodeo” concert series from July 10 to 14. Catch some of Canada’s best country acts including Madeline Merlo, Aaron Pritchett, JoJo Mason and more! Get your tickets here via Showpass.
Stampede at The King Eddy (July 8-17)
During Stampede week, the King Eddy definitely makes for a great place to keep the good times rolling. With amazing food and live music all week including artists like The Dungarees, Robert Adam, Lauren Mayell, Tanya Ryan and lots more, make sure to include King Eddy in your Stampede week plans. Visit the King Eddy website for information.