With 100 million records sold worldwide and two prestigious Diamond Awards to their credit, Def Leppard--Joe Elliott (vocals), Vivian Campbell (guitar), Phil Collen (guitar), Rick "Sav" Savage (bass) and Rick Allen (drums) —continues to be one of the most important forces in rock music.
Over the course of their career, the band has produced a series of classic groundbreaking albums that set the sound for generations of music fans and artists alike. The group's spectacular live shows, filled with powerful melodic rock anthems, have become synonymous with their name. For the past thirty years the band's concerts have become must-see events and have quickly made them an institution in the touring industry, as they continue to sell out arenas worldwide.
Cheap Trick may be one of the most covered bands of all time.
Since the 70s they've been blending elements of pop, punk and even metal in
a way that is instantly catchy and recognizable. With timeless classics such
as "I Want You to Want Me," "Surrender," and "The Flame," Cheap Trick are a
musical institution. Anyone familiar with Comedy Central's The Colbert Report
will note that Cheap Trick wrote and performed the theme song.
Originally from Rockford, Illinois, Cheap Trick is made up of original members Rick Nielsen (lead guitar), Robin Zander (lead vocals), Bun E. Carlos (drums) and Tom Petersson (bass). Cheap Trick has performed over 5,000 shows, sold 20 million records, achieved 40 gold and platinum recording awards and been part of 29 movie soundtracks, including Top Gun.
Their most current release, "The Latest" , has garnered glowing reviews worldwide and continues Cheap Trick's reign as power-pop progenitors as they continue their legacy of over 35 years in the music industry.
Canadian rockers Sloan have been delivering hit after hit for two decades, making them a household name across the country.
Formed in 1991, this quartet from Halifax, Nova Scotia became well-known with singles such as "The Rest of My Life", "The Other Man" and "If it Feels Good Do It." Throughout their 20 year tenure, Sloan have released 10 studio albums, two EPs, a live album, a "best of" collection and no less than thirty singles.
Additionally, the band has been recognized with a Juno Award and several East Coast music awards.
Sloan is known for having four distinct song-writing voices and for maintaining original members throughout their career.
Band members include Chris Murphy (bass and vocals), Patrick Pentland (guitar and vocals), Jay Ferguson (guitar and vocals) and Andrew Scott (drums and vocals) who form a cohesive collective and continue to challenge themselves with each record.
The Stampede Roundup is hosted at Fort Calgary on the original parade square where the community would hold its great celebrations in times past.View in Google Maps.
Stampede Roundup is excited to announce our
new partnership with Molson Coors Canada!
This year, Coors Light and Molson Canadian
are the beer selection being offered at the event!
As always, we are proud to welcome Twisted Tea back again! This year they will have 2 products available: Twisted Tea Original and Twisted Tea Half & Half!
Back by popular demand...Alberta Beef Producers'
Tasting Truck will be onsite again this year to
hand out complimentary samples of premium cut Alberta beef.
We're proud to be a part of this provincial-wide campaign and support the local producers behind the beef, so make sure to stop by the truck for a visit!
Stampede Roundup is proud of the artists who have performed on our stage! Ranging from Rock & Roll Hall of Famers, to pop icons to music legends, we have been fortunate to present some of the great music of our day at Stampede Roundup.
THE TRAGICALLY HIP
BIG & RICH / GRETCHEN WILSON
THE ODDS / COLIN JAMES
THREE DOORS DOWN
STEVE MILLER BAND
OUR LADY PEACE
JOAN JETT & THE BLACKHEARTS
ROGER HODGSON OF SUPERTRAMP
THE ROAD HAMMERS FEATURING JASON MCCOY
GREAT BIG SEA
TOM COCHRANE WITH RED RIDER
COLIN HAY OF MEN AT WORK
BARNEY BENTALL & THE LEGENDARY HEARTS
No, the Stampede Roundup is a private party for the clients, tenants, staff and friends/families, of event sponsors.
Tickets go on sale at 10:00am on May 6, 2013. Tickets can be purchased at a price of $90 plus GST & fees. (Please note: Tickets can only be purchased with an invite-only password).
Each ticket includes a complimentary dinner.
The meal is comprised of Rotary's famous
Beef-on-a-bun dinner with campfire beans,
coleslaw and fruit salad.
If you are a vegetarian please tell a Rotarian at the front of the line and they will make you a veggie burger!
For other dietary concerns please call us in advance at (403) 205-7448 to discuss.
Tickets can be picked up on or after June 3, 2013 between 9AM and 4PM, Monday to Friday,
from 51 North Productions at #1450 – 555 4th Avenue SW, Calgary, AB.
Tickets will ONLY be released to THE PERSON WHO PURCHASED THE TICKETS with valid photo identification. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Please bring PHOTO ID with you. Final pickup date is Thursday, July 4, 2013. Any tickets not picked up by this date will be held at Will Call.
The Will Call Booth will be located at the main gate of the event (corner of 6th Street & 6th Ave SE). Will Call will only be open from 3PM – 9PM on the day of the event.
No. Tickets are only sold in advance.
Stampede Roundup is a private licensed event and gate
admission will not be granted to anyone below the legal
age of eighteen (18) years old.
Guests may be asked to produce legal photo identification at the event and failing to do so may prevent you from entering.
The event site is conveniently located downtown in
the East Village at Fort Calgary. The main entrance
is located at 6th Street & 6th Avenue SE.
Fort Calgary has been a valued partner of the Stampede Roundup for over a decade. This beautiful site provides a rustic backdrop to our Stampede celebration on the grassy banks of the Bow River. With the Fort walls framing the east side of the event and trees surrounding the rest, a natural amphitheatre is created forming the perfect venue for a Stampede hootenanny.
No, parking is not available onsite. We urge all our guests to enjoy responsibly and don't drink and drive. Free transportation to and from the downtown core will run every 15 minutes (starting at 2:30PM) via yellow bus service from several pick up/ drop off locations.
Each year, Stampede Roundup is proud to raise a substantial
amount of money for the Rotary Club of Calgary, a registered
charity that invests 100% of the donations from this event back
into the local community through a variety of charitable contributions.
Over the last 17 years we have donated over $1.25 million.
Stampede Roundup security will not permit any tarps,
large umbrellas or lawn chairs into the the venue.
As dinner is included with each ticket; bag lunches or other food/ beverage items will not be permitted.
Stampede Roundup is excited to announce our new partnership
with Molson Coors Canada! This year, Coors Light and Molson
Canadian are the beer selection being offered at the event!
As always, we are proud to welcome Twisted Tea back, this year with 2 products: Twisted Tea Original and Twisted Tea Half & Half!
Yes, debit and credit cards including VISA, Mastercard &
American Express will be accepted for payment of drink tickets.
As well, ATM's will be available on site.
Yes, the INFO Tent will be collecting any lost items during the event.Please call 403-205-7448 after the event to see if your lost item was found.
Yes, medical personnel will be available at the INFO Tent.
We do our best to accommodate the needs of all event patrons,
but as it is a greenfield site there are sections of the site
that have uneven ground making access difficult at some points.
When possible, event staff will be around to assist. For special requirements please call 403-205-7448. Persons with disabilities are welcome to enter the site via the Media Entrance on 9th Ave SE (Fort Calgary parking lot). Car parking will be available for disabled badge holders in the Fort Calgary parking lot. Spaces are limited and we recommend making arrangements for a pass in advance.
Please email email@example.com because passes are available on a first come first serve basis.
A viewing platform will be available with a strict plus one policy (disabled customer + companion).
Companion may be asked to leave the platform when it is busy to avoid overcrowding and we ask all guests to be considerate of other's needs. There are accessible toilets located in most toilet blocks on the site.
The Stampede Roundup will proceed regardless of inclement weather conditions provided it is safe to do so, and refunds will not be provided due to adverse weather. There are numerous tents onsite, which provide shelter from weather extremities; however, we encourage all attendees to dress appropriately for poor weather.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 403-205-7448
Stampede Roundup Corporation
Stampede Roundup Corporation Suite 1450, 555 4th Ave SW Calgary, AB T2P 3E7 Phone: 403-205-7448 Email: email@example.com
Stampede Roundup Corporation
Sarah Geddes Phone: 403-802-0200 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Stampede Roundup is a radical departure from the typical corporate Stampede hosting function. The event incorporates an outdoor music festival format into Calgary's largest private Stampede charity fundraiser headlining top artists from around the world. The 2013 Stampede Roundup on Wednesday, July 10th at Fort Calgary marks the 18th Anniversary of the event.
Over the years, the Stampede Roundup has grown to become much more than just a 'party'. We are proud to continue our long-standing philanthropic association with the Rotary Club of Calgary. At last year's event, we were honored to present a cheque in the amount of $225,000! The Rotary Club of Calgary is a registered charity that invests 100% of the proceeds from this event back into the community (both locally and internationally) through a variety of charitable contributions. These projects include a multi-year commitment to funding clean water technology in third world countries, helping local troubled teens and enhancing the quality of life for Calgarians by providing funds for the development of 138 kms of pathways and specialty parks circling the city!