This is the sort of place your mother warned you about: dirty, rough, but still somehow cool. It's a great place to check out some live music; blues and rock are the standards. The dance floor is small but hopping.
The Princess is a grand old theater that defiantly sticks her finger up at the multiplexes that are dominant elsewhere. Dating from the pre-talkie days (1915), it screens first-run, art-house and cult classics. Tick…
Once home to the Edmonton Oilers, Rexall now hosts big-name bands, ice shows and rodeos.
Edmonton's foremost company is based right in downtown's Winston Churchill Sq. Expect glowing performances of Shakespeare and Stoppard, Dickens adaptations and the odd Sondheim musical.
There are only 176 precious seats at the Varscona, a cornerstone of the Old Strathcona theater district that puts on 350 performances annually of edgy plays, late-night comedy and morning kids' shows.
Since its beginning in 1963, Edmonton Opera has been getting rave reviews from opera lovers, and breathing new life into classics like Carmen and The Barber of Seville. Performances are infrequent but worth seeing i…
The place to check out the Edmonton Opera. Otherwise, this is a great venue for live performances of every kind.
To avoid any embarrassing situations, wise up on the Oilers before you arrive in Edmonton. The local National Hockey League (NHL) team dominated the game in the 1980s thanks to a certain player named Wayne Gretzky –…
This place holds 60,000 fans and is home to the Edmonton Eskimos. If you're a football fan, you can join in the fun; tickets start at around $45.
The Eskimos take part in the Canadian Football League (CFL) from July to October at Commonwealth Stadium.