Olivia Rose

Rising country star Olivia Rose brings her heartfelt songs to the iconic King Eddy stage for a free show on September 23.

About Olivia Rose

On the journey of life, Olivia Rose is recording a soundtrack – putting her emotional truth into heartfelt, relatable songs that mirror her own feelings, formative experiences, and fondest memories.

Growing up in her hometown of Elk Point, Alberta, Olivia Rose was surrounded by the sounds of country legends like Loretta Lynn and Dolly Parton, along with influences of current superstars Miranda Lambert and Taylor Swift.

Songwriting and performing since 8 years old gave Olivia Rose the confidence to pursue a career in music. Performing on the intermission stage for George Canyon led to opening slots for the likes of: Paul Brandt, Brett Kissel, Johnny Reid, Tyler Joe Miller and Meghan Patrick. Participation as a Finalist in the intensive Project WILD competition in 2018 followed, and attendance at artist development program, Canada’s Music Incubator in Toronto.

Honoured with a Rising Star nomination at the 2020 Country Music Alberta Awards, Olivia Rose

has also won the Edmonton Music Awards’ Rising Star Award for two consecutive years, and a nomination for Country Recording of the Year in the 2019 EMAs.

Olivia Rose’s latest single, “Gold” marked her second collaboration with Juno and CCMA Award-winning producer Bart McKay. Her first project with McKay, “Put It Like That”, has received support from radio all over the world and garnered over 125,000 streams on Spotify as well as spots on editorial playlists “Live Country” and “Down Home Country.”

Focusing on songwriting during the pandemic, Olivia Rose has been hard at work on multiple upcoming projects, including a brand new single “Truck Boi” that was released in July of 2022. This steadfast country artist has found a means of connecting with her fans through her charming nature, unabashed honesty, and will continue to show the world what she has to offer with her music.


Sound production equipment for the King Eddy provided by PK Sound.

Event Details:

Date: September 23, 2023

Time: 8:30 pm

Price: No cover

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Tuesday closed
Wednesday closed
Thursday 11 am to close
Friday 11 am to close
Saturday 11 am to close
Sunday 11 am to 11 pm
Wednesday, April 17 4 pm to 7 pm
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