The Edmonton Convention Centre played host to a highly-anticipated rock show, as Shinedown ignited the city with charisma and bombast, accompanied by Pop Evil and Ayron Jones.
Canada’s pop-punk princess, Avril Lavigne graced Rogers Place with her presence, bringing with her the upbeat and in-your-face “Bite Me Tour.”
Edmonton’s Winspear Centre got folky as Texas’ own Shakey Graves graced the stage with his bluesy tunes of life and love.
Progressive powerhouses Opeth and Mastodon made their return to Edmonton on Thursday night, gracing the Edmonton Expo Centre along with opener Khemmis.
Billy Talent, with Anti-Flag and NoBro, brought their genius to the Edmonton Convention Centre after a handful of pandemic-related rescheduling. Dana Zuk captured the energy!
After two years of being starved of live music, Imagine Dragons delivered a pounding pop performance to those gathered in Edmonton’s Rogers Place.
Rumbling deep in the heart of downtown Edmonton, Slipknot graced Rogers Place on Friday night, giving metal fans the perfect kick-off to the long weekend!
Blackberry Smoke (with support by Cory James Mitchell Band) was able to make their mark on Edmonton as they graced Midway on April 1st with their Southern charm.
Clutch delivered an absolutely crushing performance at Midway in Edmonton, AB, with supporting acts EyeHateGod and Tiger Cub.
Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson dropped by Edmonton’s Winspear Centre as part of his spoken word tour and Dana Zuk was on hand to capture the fun.
It’s been 18 long, long months, and the people of Edmonton were served a real treat on the weekend of August 20th, thanks to the massive Together Again Outdoor Concert Series, taking place at the in-field of the Northlands Exhibition Grounds, put on by Trixstar Events.
Despite the mixed feelings about the result of the previous evening’s federal election, punk/ska band The Interrupters (Epitaph/Hellcat Records) gave everyone at Edmonton’s Union Hall a much needed musical release.
The Edmonton Convention Centre played host to Shinedown kicked off Canadian Thanksgiving in the most perfect way, as the band burned their way through the city, accompanied by Papa Roach, Asking Alexandria, and Savage After Midnight