The Calgary Stampede opens the doors to everyone with free entry for the last day.
“We are touched and grateful for the support we have received from our community,” said Steve McDonough, President and President of the Stampede. “This celebration is for Calgarians, and we would like to invite everyone to ride with us once again on Sunday. “
The Stampede Park opens at 10:00 am and the offer will run until midnight, subject to park capacity. Tickets are still available for the last night of the rodeo.
The Stampede offered free admission to various groups throughout this year’s scaled-down event, including frontline workers and recent graduates.
This is the first legal mass gathering of people in Alberta since the COVID-19 pandemic hit the province almost a year and a half ago.