On the grounds, you’ll find iconic venues like Nashville North, the Coca-Cola Stage, and plenty of beer gardens.
The Coca-Cola Stage
(which we locals often refer to as the Coke Stage) has a great lineup, so plan to check out some shows during your Stampede week. These shows are free with entry to the park and have hosted artists like Sheryl Crow, Walk Off The Earth, Ben Harper, and more. These are all ages and a great time. It’s an unreal opportunity to see some of the world’s top acts for less than $20!
Of course, any Stampede-goer looking to party cannot miss good old Nashville North
. Admission to Nashville North is complimentary with admission to the park and hosts great live music, an epic dance floor, delicious midway eats
, and, of course, fabulous drinks – beer, whiskey, you name it! If you picture a party during the Stampede or see images of enjoying some beers with friends while listening to great music, it’s likely Nashville North.
Nashville North is one of the most popular spots on the Stampede grounds, and if you’re looking to avoid what can potentially be a long line, show up early for the party. Coming in the early afternoon on the weekend or around happy hour on weekdays is when you can bet on getting in quickly. You can also breeze past the line with a Buck The Line Pass that also includes admission to the grounds.
As you roam the grounds, be sure to check out Triple B for beer and barbecue, the Big Four Roadhouse for concerts and all day indoor parties, and the Mott’s Clamato Caesar House for an outdoor oasis next to the Coke Stage.