Machine Head, with Fear Factory, Orbit Culture, and Gates of Hell, blasted The Midway Music Hall in Edmonton with a night of metal music.
The Edmonton Convention Centre was set ablaze with the raw and reckless energy of The Glorious Sons, celebrating their new release, ‘Glory.’
Thursday night in Edmonton was a night to remember as the legendary heavy rock band from Boston, Godsmack, took the stage at Rogers Place.
Edmonton’s metal community braced themselves for an unforgettable night of headbanging and mind-blowing performances as Jinjer and Monuments stormed Midway Music Hall.
Forefathers of thrash and heavy metal graced Alberta’s capital at the Edmonton Convention Centre on Monday night as Megadeth brought the formidable “Crush the World” tour...
Nothing More graced Edmonton’s Midway Music Hall (w/ Crown The Empire and Thousand Below) with their presence, bringing the “Spirits 2023 Tour” to town and making...
Edmonton’s Rogers Place received a healthy dose of rock ‘n’ roll from Greta Van Fleet and openers The Pretty Reckless and Hannah Wicklund.
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...
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.