No Cover Canada Day Returns to King Eddy on July 1

Bebe Buckskin returns the King Eddy stage on July 1. Photo credit: Brandon Wallis. 

The King Eddy in partnership with the National Music Centre will present No Cover Canada Day, a family-friendly bash with a rollicking roster of live performers.

On July 1, the King Eddy’s main floor and rooftop will be abuzz with live tunes from 11:00 am ‘til close. Catch Cree/Métis blues-rocker Bebe Buckskin, old-time banjoist and songwriter Amy Nelson, and Franco-Albertan singer-songwriter Pierre Sabourin on the Eddy’s main floor.

Head to the King Eddy on July 1 for a music-filled, family-friendly bash. Photo credit: Sebastian Buzzalino. 

If you’re looking for some live music with a side of sunshine, head on up to the rooftop terrace for tunes from jazz pianist Timothonius, alternative R&B artist ZENON, and country-rock artist Devin Cooper.

In addition to the performances, the King Eddy kitchen will be serving up comfort-food classics, sharable bites, and  vegetarian options. A selection of local brews and custom cocktails will also be on tap to fuel up partiers.

No Cover Canada Day at the King Eddy runs from 11:00 am ‘til close on July 1 and is open to music lovers of all ages. As the title suggests, no cover will be in effect all day long on both the main floor and rooftop.


Monday closed
Tuesday closed
Wednesday closed
Thursday 11 am to close
Friday 11 am to close
Saturday 11 am to close
Sunday 11 am to 9 pm
Thursday, April 25 6 pm to 11 pm