Calgary Show returns in Feb

Calgary Boat Show 2023

Dec 22, 2022

The Calgary Boat and Outdoors Show returns with a vast array of products. Join Calgary’s top outdoor enthusiasts for an exciting kick-off to summer event. The BMO Centre will host the region’s largest outdoor showcase.

The 2023 Calgary Boat and Outdoors Show is set to display the latest powersports, boats and boating accessories, fishing gear, paddle sports, accessories and more.

“It’s clear from conversations with exhibitors that everyone is excited to be back in 2023” said Les Trendall, Event Manager. “With over 40 years of success, I have full confidence this will be another great edition.”

Tickets for the event are currently available online. Online and at the door, admission is $15.00 per adult, $11.00 per senior or student and $40.00 for a family pass.

Families can look forward to activities geared toward the next generation, while fishing & boating enthusiasts won’t want to miss presentations from pro staff and seasoned experts from across the country.

For complete details, visit the show’s website at and connect with the show on Facebook, Instagram.


Friday, February 10 – 10am – 9pm
Saturday, February 11 – 10am – 7pm
Sunday, February 12 – 10am – 5pm

BMO Stampede Park
20 Roundup Way SE
Calgary, AB
T2G 2W1


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