Calgary Live Music Venue

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Knoxville’s Tavern

840 9 Ave SW, Calgary, Alberta (Downtown) Canada


Knoxville’s Tavern is where Calgary goes to party. Featuring the best VIP packages, great resident DJs, awesome bar staff and much, much more, it is not hard to see why. Check out our upcoming events or contact us to organise your next party, and come see what all the fuss is about! [more]


1217 1 St SW, Calgary, Alberta (South West) Canada


Habitat is a new 'microclub' that has just come to Calgary. It boasts wicked weekly lineups of the best electro dance DJs in town, as well as all-star VIP treatment. While the club is small, you can be reassured that your party experience will not be compromised. Click here for more info. [more]

Marquee Beer Market & Stage

4630 MacLeod Trail SW, Calgary, Alberta Canada


Marquee Beer Market and Stage is one of Calgary's hottest new eateries. It boasts a great menu made up of outstanding craft beer and delicious meals, and also serves as a killer live music venue. Check out what's taking place here in the next few weeks, and drop in to one of the newest establishments in town! [more]

Havana Cuban Dance Studio

1304 4 st S.W, T2R0X8, Calgary, Alberta Canada


Havana Cuban Dance Studio offers the best instruction in a wide variety of dance classes in Salsa, Bachata, Casino Rueda, Cha Cha, Merengue, Mambo, Reggaeton, Rumba, Guaguanco, Brazilian Samba, Middle Eastern Belly Dancing, and much more. We also offer Fitness classes including: Zumba, Samba, and LatinFit cardio! Are professional instructors are [more]


421 12th Ave. SE, Calgary, Alberta Canada


The most fun you can have with your boots on, Cowboys is the biggest and best country venue in Calgary! From the hot country music to the even hotter staff, Cowboys is the place for cowboys and cowgirls to rustle up some good ole fashion boot-scootin fun each and every week! Head down to Penny Lane for some crazy two-stepping, some amazing line [more]


1316 33rd Street NE, Calgary, Alberta (North East) Canada


Jimmy’s Night Club has been an institution, in some incarnation or another, since the early 1980s. Originally called Jimmy Dean’s, it is now more colloquially known as Jimmy’s. Open Friday and Saturday nights only, Jimmy’s is a welcome alternative to the downtown club scene in Calgary. Jimmy's Nightclub is the largest of it's type in [more]

The Shamrock Hotel

2101 - 11th Street S.E., Calgary, Alberta (South East) Canada


One of Calgary's premier live music venues featuring a wide variety of music genres. Top 40, Funk, R&B, Blues and old school classic rock bands have all performed there. This place has been around since 1914. Local and international bands usually choose the Shamrock as their venue. The place is terribly conducive to truly rocking out. [more]

Broken City

613 - 11th Ave. S.W., Calgary, Alberta (Downtown) Canada


Mondays-True Believer Late night soul, rock with DJewell, $5.25 Double Hi-Balls Tuesdays- Rock shows plus DJ Adom N Gomorrah, $3.75 Pilsner Supercans (Check Calendar Page for details) Wednesdays-D*nce Mot*er*uck*r, $3.50 Pilsner pints, DJs Dwight Christmas and Gary Powers. Admission is $4 Thursdays- Rock Shows, $4.50 pint specials, they change [more]

Tipperary’s Pub

2002 16th Ave NW, Calgary, Alberta (North West) Canada


Tipperary’s is more then a place on a map, it’s a state of mind. It’s about good friends getting together. It’s great food, cold beer and lots of laughter. If you’re looking for a friendly fun place to watch the game, a place to meet after the game, or if you are in the mood for an inexpensive Sunday breakfast, make Tippearary’s Pub [more]

Blind Beggar Pub

106-5211 MacLeod Trail SW, Calgary, Alberta (South West) Canada

(403) 212-1180

Blind Beggar Pub The original Blind Beggar Pub is in London on Whitechapel Road. It was built in 1894 on the site of an inn established before 1654, and named for Henry de Montfort who lost his sight in battle in the 13th century, and became the Blind Beggar of Bethnal Green. The story of how he went from riches to rags became hugely [more]