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Calgary Stampede releases full concert lineup

Full lineups released for Stampede's Coca-Cola, Big Four Roadhouse, Nashville North stages
Okotoks artist Michela Sheedy performs at a past Calgary Stampede on the Nashville North stage. The lineup for the 2024 Calgary Stampede was released this week. (Photo submitted)

From '90s pop superstars to country crooners and modern day electronic and rap chart toppers.

The Calgary Stampede’s music lineup has something for even the most discerning audiophiles with the annual western heritage event releasing its lineup of artists for the Coca-Cola Stage, Big Four Roadhouse and Nashville North stages along with the Stampede Concert Series.

The Coca-Cola Stage shows kick off with American rapper G-Eazy on July 4, followed by rock group Ocean Alley, pop singer Dean Lewis, prolific DJ Alison Wonderland, all from Australia, Canadian groups Billy Talent, The Beaches and Metric, country artists Jessie Murph and Orville Peck, multi-instrumentalist Benson Boone, DJ Dillon Francis and U.S. rappers Logic and Bryson Tiller.

Inside the confines of the Big Four Roadhouse is also a stacked lineup, ranging from Melanie C of Spice Girls fame, pop stars Ne-Yo and CeeLo Green, electro-funk duo Chromeo, Atlanta rapper Killer Mike, American rock outfit Soul Asylum and country/pop stars Jewel and Melissa Etheridge, to name a few.

Under the Stampede’s party tent, the Nashville North stage boasts a country-centric lineup featuring The Washboard Union, Tyler Joe Miller, Owen Riegling, Brothers Osborne, Ashley McBryde, Megan Moroney, Josh Ross, James Barker Band, Brian Kelley, Jackson Dean and Lindsay Ell.

Inside the Scotiabank Saddledome, the Stampede Concert Series the lineup includes professional wrestling from the AEW promotion, Dynamite and Rampage, along with 80s rock icons Motley Crüe, country songstress Miranda Lambert, pop superstars the Jonas Brothers and punctuated by Alberta's own Nickleback with special guests The Glorious Sons.

Click here for the full lineup.

The 2024 Calgary Stampede runs from July 4-14.

Remy Greer

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Remy Greer is the assistant editor and sports reporter for and the Western Wheel newspaper. For story tips contact [email protected]
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