VIRGIN Radio Events

  • Fiestaval

    Olympic Plaza - Calgary
    Fiestaval is a free and family-oriented, multicultural arts and entertainment festival highlighting the Latin American Culture. It will take place in the heart of downtown Calgary at the Calgary Olympic Plaza on July 20, 21 and 22 2018. It is an opportunity to support Calgary’s Latin community while encouraging multiculturalism among all Calgarians.
  • Advance Screening Mission: Impossible - Fallout

    Scotiabank Theatre Chinook - Calgary
    The best intentions often come back to haunt you. MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - FALLOUT finds Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his IMF team (Alec Baldwin, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames) along with some familiar allies (Rebecca Ferguson, Michelle Monaghan) in a race against time after a mission gone wrong.
    Henry Cavill, Angela Bassett, and Vanessa Kirby also join the dynamic cast with filmmaker Christopher McQuarrie returning to the helm.
  • YYCFoodTrucks Presents: Feast & The Beast Food Truck Frenzy

    Sunnyside Hillhurst Community Association - Calgary
    Dinner En Dogge, Puppy & Goat Yoga, Puppy Cafe, Private Cabanas, Petapalooza Village, Vendors, Live Music, Children's Village, and of course Food Trucks!
  • Inglewood Sunfest

    Mainstreet Inglewood - Calgary
    A feisty summer festival in the heart of Inglewood. We're here to celebrate, engage, entertain, and delight. Seize the Sunfest on Saturday, August 4th 2018.

    At Sunfest, there is an activity made for all ages. This could mean a jump in the bouncer for the kids, discovering a great new band, being wowed and amazed by our cool street performers, choosing a perfect summer patio or searching for a trendy fashion; there is no shortage of things happening. Inglewood is host to over 200 vendors that vary from artisan crafts, to imported wares, to community organizations and more
  • Taste of Calgary

    Eau Claire Plaza - Calgary
    Taste of Calgary is the city's most appetizing festival, giving visitors the chance to sample the city's food, beverages, music and other cool things.

    Discover Calgary's global cuisines from a mix of unique restaurants and beverage companies. Plus get a taste of Calgary's great musicians. And, shop at some of the most interesting marketplace vendors in the city.

    Open daily from 11 am to 9 pm - Thursday, August 9 to Sunday, August 12, 2018.

    Buy sampling tickets for $1 each right at the festival and use them to sample any of the food or beverage menu items. And. . . . Visit a variety of artisans, entrepreneurs, and interactive activities to add to the fun of the festival. Admission to the festival is free and includes a taste of Calgary's best musical acts.
    Free to Attend
  • Marda Gras Street Festival

    Marda Loop - Calgary
    Marda Gras is a FREE family-friendly event attracts over 35,000 visitors from all over Calgary. On Sunday August 12th, 2018 the streets of Marda Loop celebrate the festival's 34th year in the community.

    Come and enjoy live music, dance and cultural performances, a fun kids area, unique shopping and lots of great food! There is something for each member of the family and best of all it's no charge to attend!
  • GlobalFest

    Elliston Park - Calgary
    Thursday, August 16: Ukraine
    Saturday, August 18: Spain
    Tuesday, August 21: Philippines
    Thursday, August 23: China
    Saturday, August 25: Finale

    All Ages.
    Starting at $10.00, plus service charges.
  • Pride In the Park

    Prince’s Island Park - Calgary
    Join us for one of Calgary’s largest FREE outdoor cultural celebrations, immediately following the Pride Parade. Enjoy live music on the main stage, activities for youth and children in the family zone, a cold beer or refreshing cocktail in the Village Brewery Beer Gardens, or get better acquainted with the local community as your browse the marketplace.
  • Calgary Pride Parade

    Downtown Calgary - Calgary
    It’s the most colourful event of the year!

    2018 brings forth the 28th iteration of the annual Calgary Pride Parade – the signature event that colours all of downtown Calgary with rainbows and smiles! Originally a small march of LGBT Calgarians, some of whom wore masks and bags over their faces to protect from persecution, the event has grown in leaps and bounds to become the second biggest parade in Calgary.

    Today, Calgary Pride welcomes non profit organizations, businesses big and small, politicians, political parties, churches, unions, and more, all to come together and celebrate Calgary’s diversity. This incredible gathering of inclusive and diverse organizations draws tens of thousands of spectators each year, and showcases the diversity of Calgary’s community.