Calgary Clubs & Concerts for Fall 2022

Next picks the 10 essential Calgary shows this Fall.

Jake Vaadeland and the Sturgeon River Boys

Jake Vaadeland and the Sturgeon River Boys. Photo by Michael Hollett

Breakout West

Calgary Marriott Downtown Hotel, various venues
Wed., Sept. 28, to Sun., Oct. 2, 12 pm to 6 pm / $15 wristband

Western Canada’s biggest showcase musical festival with a multi-genre lineup of 50 artists, a music conference and the western Canadian music awards show. Wristbands gets five nights of music at 15 venues. Bands include Jake Vaadeland and the Sturgeon River Boys, Neon Dreams, Shred Kelly, Tova and dozens more.


Commonwealth Bar
Thurs., Sept. 15, 9 pm / $25

This solo LGBTQ+ DJ has been dubbed one of “electronic music’s brightest rising stars.”

Set It Off

Rec Room
Wed., Sept. 21, 6 pm / $30

The Tampa pop punks bring their singalong set to town.

The Mavericks with Special Guests Los Lobos

Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
Wed., Oct. 5, 7:30 pm
$58 – $129

The Miami alt country kings join the East L.A. Tex-Mex maestros

Danial Romano's Outfit

Commonwealth Bar & Stage
Fri., Oct. 21, 7 pm / $26

This quirky rocker’s style ranges from country to pop, punk and more.

Death from Above 1979

The Palace Theatre
Fri., Oct. 21, 7 pm / $45

The on-again-off-again Canadian dance-punk duo are back on.


The Grand
Sat., Oct. 22, 8 pm / $43

The veteran Halifax rapper keeps it fresh with acoustic versions of his tracks.

Gordon Lightfood

Gray Eagle Casino
Wed., Oct. 26, 8 pm
$71 – $81

Canada’s ultimate folk legend is Alberta Bound, back with his beautiful songs.


Scotiabank Saddledome
Fri., Oct. 28, 7:30 pm
$47 – $149

Canada’s prized purveyors of pop positivity play make-up show.

Lucy Ducas

The Palace Theatre
Sat., Nov. 5, 7 pm / $26.50

Singer-songwriter-activitst brings her queer pep rally good times to town.

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