2021 Summer Serenades, presented by ATB
Presented by ATB at Prince's Island Park
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We're returning to Prince's Island Park this summer and we're bringing the music you love! Join us July 21-28, 2021, for our week-long concert series, Summer Serenades, presented by ATB.
The concert series features 36 artists with nightly performances starting at 6 PM (MT), plus Saturday and Sunday matinees at 11:30 AM (MT). Your Summer Serenades’ soundtrack is built from Canada’s east to west coast, and all the provinces in between. Our event will look different for 2021, but we are working closely with The City of Calgary and Alberta Health Services (AHS) to bring you a magical live experience as safely as possible. This year, our programming will be on mainstage only, and the usual amenities including the family area and artisan market will not be part of our event.
Summer Serenades tickets will be sold "by the tarp", with up to 4 adults and 2 children (12 and under) per plot with a 2-metre distance between each party. We are introducing tiered pricing options based on proximity to the performances with accessible options for all attendees. Each ticket bundle grants access for you and your party to an evening (or afternoon) of your choice. We also have a limited number of single and duo bleacher seats available for purchase (note: for children, airplane rules apply for these seats to adhere to distancing requirements) and reserved accessible seating. Tickets for the accessible seating platform can be purchased by calling 403-233-0904.
Accessing the event: The main gate is located adjacent to the River Café. Audience members can get to the main gate via the Sunnyside bridge which links the park to the Curling Club or via the 2nd St bridge, which is 50m east of the Jaipur Bridge (currently closed and under construction). There is no access from the 6th Street causeway.
Masks will be mandatory in shared spaces. Masks can be removed when attendees are settled at their home base (tarp). If an attendee wishes to leave their tarp (for example, to use the washroom), then a mask must be worn. For this reason, eating and drinking will be restricted to tarps.
The information provided at checkout will be utilized for contact tracing purposes