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September 2 2022, Moh’kinsstis (Calgary) – The annual Calgary Pride Festival, presented by TD, will be hosted at Fort Calgary on Sunday, September 4. 12:00 p.m MST. Featuring a  variety of performances, food trucks, vendors, kid-friendly activities, a pet-zone, wellness oasis, and more, the Calgary Pride Festival is free for all to attend. 

Programming begins at 12:00 p.m MST across two stages – the TD Main Stage located at Fort Calgary and the 5th St Square Stage located at 5th St and 7th Ave SE. The TD Main Stage has over 30 performances, including headliners Stephanie Prince, Matthew & the Keys, Rebecca Raabis, The COVEN, Indigi-Hauz of Beaver Hills, KAOS, Cartel Madras, and Reid Bourgeois. The 5th St Square Stage has 10 performances, including Reading with Royalty, Music with Mandy, and Rocky Mountain Acrobats. Performances will conclude by 9:00 p.m at the TD Main Stage and 5:00 p.m at the 5th St Square Stage.

Find these events and more at our community calendar here.


Media Contacts:

Name: Brit Nickerson (she/they)

Title: Manager of Communications

Organization: Calgary Pride


Number: 403-536-4077

About Calgary Pride 

Calgary Pride is a volunteer-led, non-profit organization. Our mandate is to advance visibility and inclusion for Calgary’s gender and sexually diverse communities; to do this, we endeavour to build strong community partnerships, implement ongoing programs like Reading with Royalty, Queerly Festive, Evolve: Pride Amplified, and Calgary’s premier celebration of diversity, Calgary Pride Week, Parade & Festival. 

Calgary Pride proudly serves Treaty 7, on the traditional territory of the Niitsitapi (Siksika, Kainai, Piikani), Îyarhe Nakoda (Chiniki, Bearspaw, Wesley) and the Tsuut’ina. This land is also home to the Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3 within the historical Northwest Métis homeland. This place, where the Elbow river meets the Bow, is known by many names to many people, including Mohkínstsis (Niitsitapi), Wincheesh-pah (Nakoda), Kootsisáw (Tsuu’tina), Otos-kwunee (Cree), and Calgary (English). 

We thank the Indigenous communities of Turtle Island for both the historic and ongoing stewardship and protection of the land we collectively inhabit today. Many nations and people, Indigenous and non, are fortunate to call Moh’kinsstis and Treaty 7 territory our home. Acknowledging the land is Indigenous protocol, which we honour as a step towards reconciliation and fulfilling our responsibilities as Treaty people. Working alongside all Nations, Indigenous and non, we strive to create safe spaces where everyone can live openly and authentically.