The OK Go Guide To Exploring Calgary

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The Live Video Tour Arrives In Calgary

The OK Go Guide To Exploring Calgary

The ‘One Moment’ you’ve been waiting for is here – OK Go is performing in Calgary!

OK Go, the rock band famous for their wildly creative videos, brings their unique sounds to Calgary. As you might expect from the pioneering band who danced on treadmills and in zero gravity, this show is unlike any you’ve seen before. Enjoy a rock concert accompanied by their iconic music videos at Arts Commons

If you’re coming to the show, explore the best of Calgary to make your day with OK Go one that you’ll never forget. Here are some fun activities and places to check out before and after the show.
 

OK Go

Where: Jack Singer Concert Hall
When: Saturday, November 17 at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets: $45 - $350+
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9:00 a.m. Grab brunch that’s so delicious, it could become your new ‘Obsession’

Just like OK Go, Monki Bistro – a local favorite breakfast bistro – will not disappoint. Indulge in some of Calgary’s favorite breakfasts like eggs bennies, chocolate fondues, extravagant waffles, or souped-up versions of other brunch classics.

11:00 p.m. Test your skills and prove you’re ‘Invincible’ at The Locked Room

Grab your crew and get ready for some fun at The Locked Room. Your mission is to escape while racing against the clock! Each room is a different theme and offers a different adventure. Think outside the box and you might get to see your name in lights on the winner’s wall.

1:30 p.m. There’s no ‘Hungry Ghosts’ at this Mexican hotspot

One of Calgary’s most esteemed Mexican restaurants, Native Tongues is part authentic taqueria and a local foodie favorite hangout. Just like how the unique sound of OK Go leaves you bopping your head along, the delicious taste of these fresh tacos will your taste buds dancing. Grab a taco platter filled with braised brisket or locally cultivated mushrooms and plates of shrimp and octopus ceviche. Complete your meal with Native Tongues’ signature Mezcalgarita, a smoky take on a classic marg.

3:30 p.m. Grab a pint of local brew – ‘It Won’t Let You Down!’

Pull up a chair and enjoy a pint with some friends at Last Best Brewing and Distilling. New beers are always brewing in this taproom and brewery in the Beltline community of Calgary. Last Best serves up their popular Beltline Blonde, There Will Be Porter, Show Pony Ale, and Dirty Bird Black Lager. Take a tour of the brewery and learn some tips and tricks for brewing the perfect beer.

7:30 p.m. OK Go takes the stage 

It’s time for a show unlike anything you’ve ever seen before; it’s a film screening and a rock concert rolled into one. OK Go will have you dancing and singing along all night!

10:00 p.m. ‘Here It Goes Again’ as the party keeps going at Broken City

After the show, head over to Broken City-– a funky little bar with great drink specials and a tasty late night menu. Located on the old Electric Avenue, the rhythm and soul of rock and roll beats on at Broken City and it will keep you rocking all night long.

Put your head down where ‘Oh Lately It’s So Quiet’ 

Book a comfy room for your stay at a nearby hotel or hostel in Calgary. The Delta Calgary DowntownFairmont PalliserFairfield Inn & Suites Calgary Downtown, HI Calgary City Centre, International HotelHomewood Suites by Hilton Calgary DowntownHotel ArtsHyatt Regency CalgaryLe Germain Hotel, Ramada Plaza Calgary Downtown, Regency Suites, Sheraton Suites Eau Claire, and the Westin Calgary are all within walking distance of the concert venue at the Jack Singer Hall in the Art Commons.