From Emerson Drive to G-Eazy, here’s what’s up today in YYC. 

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1. Emerson Drive
Wildhorse Saloon, 500 6 Ave SW

Welcome the Canadian country music band of Emerson Drive to Wildhorse Saloon for an amazing live show on July 9th. 

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2. G-Eazy
Cowboys Music Festival Tent, 421 12 Ave SE

You likely know this American rapper and record producer from his chart-topping song Him & I where he collaborated with Halsey. This talented dude is hitting up the Cowboys Tent to bring you a show you won’t want to miss.  

3. 36th Annual Cowboys vs Firefighters Charity Pole Climb
Ranchman’s Cookhouse and Dancehall, 9615 Macleod Tr S

If the name doesn’t give enough away, trust us – you’ll definitely want to be here for this. Watch as 10 pro rodeo contestants of the Stampede and 10 firefighters duel it out in a timed flag pole climb. Admission is complimentary so you really have no excuses to be MIA. All proceeds go directly to the CPRA Cowboy Beneit Fund and the Firefighter Charitable Society. 

4. Celebrate our Homegrown Heroes
1918 Tap & Table, 1918 Kensington Rd NW

Join 1918 Tap & Table in honouring our every day Heroes with a BBQ! 1918 will be hosting their Veterans, Canadian Forces and First Responders to meet their neighbours. There will be live music by Memphis with his Renaissance Poets from 4:30-7pm. Stop by to say hello, have a quick bite or sip on a beverage to support this not-for-profit restaurant that supports veterans.

5. Go On a Segway Adventure with River Valley Adventure
9am, 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm and 7pm
Sien Lok Park – Riverfront Ave & 1st St, SW

Take your bae for a date to explore the city with River Valley Adventure. All of their adventures are led by certified Segway PT Trainers and go through an in-depth training to make sure you have the skills and knowledge necessary to master your way through riding a Segway PT. Ride along Calgary’s scenic river valley for 60 minutes while you’re taken on an informational tour of our city. Not enough time? Extend your trip for an extra thirty minutes for $25. Tours run rain or shine.