Calgary's Stampede is unlike any other event in Canada. As soon as the event ends, the city is already excited for the next year's Stampede. Calgary Stampede's headliners have finally been announced and we couldn't be more excited about them. Some big names are coming to the Stampede stage this year!\nDuring Stampede, the city completely transforms for 10 days straight. Hundreds of thousands of people from all around the world flood Calgary's Stampede Park every year and they leave well-fed and well-entertained.\nEvery year is more impressive than last. Now that there's only two months until the big event, Stampede-goers have been anticipating the release of the Coca Cola stage lineup.\nThe long wait is finally over. So get ready to knot up that flannel and dust off those boots, because the entire lineup for Stampede has been revealed and it's going to be wild.\nThis year, there will be a little something for everyone with over 80 different acts and an artist from every genre. T-Pain, Chromeo and Canadian alternative legends Metric, Mother Mother and Death Cab for Cutie are just a few of this year's headliners.\nView this post on Instagram The Coca-Cola stage was absolutely PACKED last night for Alessia Cara! Were you in the crowd? #Stampede2017 A post shared by Calgary Stampede (@calgarystampede) on Jul 14, 2017 at 6:31pm PDT\nCheck out the full list of headliners for the Coca-Cola Stage:\n2019 Coca-Cola Stage Headliners:\nDeath Cab for Cutie | Dizzy | Metric | Braids | King Princess | bülow | Feist | Orville Peck | T-Pain | Lil Berete | The Glorious Sons | The Blue Stones | Dashboard Confessional | Moneen | Mother Mother | Bad Child | Chromeo & Keys N Krates | Grandtheft & Neon Steve | Bishop Briggs | Dear Rouge | Reuben and the Dark | Royal Canoe\nView this post on Instagram Like if you’re going to need new cowboy boots after two-stepping every night at Nashville North with your SuperPass at #Stampede2018 A post shared by Calgary Stampede (@calgarystampede) on Jun 4, 2018 at 4:39pm PDT\n“There are 2019 line-up host acts that have never performed at the Calgary Stampede before and we are so excited for every artist that will be playing on the Coca-Cola Stage,” says Natasha Mandrusiak, Entertainment Coordinator at the Calgary Stampede, in a news release sent to Narcity. This means the 2019 Stampede will be bigger and more memorable than ever before!\nThe best part? The concerts are free! The Calgary Stampede will run from Friday, July 5th to Sunday, July 14th, and every Coca-Cola stage concert will be free with admission to the park.\nYou can purchase a one day ticket at the Stampede entrance, for $18 dollars, or you can visit the Calgary Stampede website and pay only $39 dollars for a Superpass, which will give you unlimited access to the park for all 10 days. Superpass tickets are available from now until July 1st.\nView this post on Instagram There is only one more month until the start of #Stampede2017! What are you most excited for? A post shared by Calgary Stampede (@calgarystampede) on Jun 7, 2017 at 10:51am PDT\nThe Coca-Cola stage won't be the only place where you can enjoy some live music. For those who really want to embrace Calgary's Rodeo culture, the Nashville North Tent has expanded for 2019.\nIt is an 18 + venue on the park and has previously hosted acts like the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Johnny Reid and Eric Church. The shows are also included with your admission.\nSee the full lineup for Nashville North at Stampede this year:\n2019 Nashville North Headliners:\nKiefer Sutherland | Chad Brownlee | Granger Smith feat. Earl Dibbles Jr. | The Reklaws | Aaron Goodvin | Tebey | Jade Eagleson | Jess Moskaluke | Jade Eagleson | Andrew Hyatt | David James | Emerson Drive\nFor a full performance itinerary or more information, you can visit the Calgary Stampede Website.