A big anniversary calls for a big celebration…
In 1923, a club of 14 backcountry enthusiasts called the Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies was formed and this year marks 100 years since that organization began encouraging people to explore the ruggedly beautiful Banff wilderness on horseback. Banff Trail Riders is excited to announce a special concert series celebrating 100 Year of Trail Riding in Banff National Park. The concert will take place on Friday, June 2 and Saturday, June 3 at the Banff Trail Rider Barns, located in the heart of the Town of Banff, featuring acclaimed artists Corb Lund, Tim Hus and Mariya Stokes.
The concert promises to be an intimate affair, with a limited number of tickets available for each night. The two-day event will begin on Friday, June 2, with Tim Hus and Mariya Stokes taking the stage. Hus, known for his unique blend of country and western music, has been entertaining audiences across Canada for over 20 years. Stokes, a rising star in the Canadian country music scene, and Country Music Alberta’s two-time Horizon Female Artist of the Year (2019 & 2020).
On Saturday, June 3, Corb Lund, one of Canada’s most beloved country singers, will perform. Lund has won numerous awards, including the Juno Award for Roots & Traditional Album of the Year. Lund’s music has also been featured in films and TV shows.
The concert will take place at the Banff Trail Riders Barns, an authentic western venue that has been providing horseback adventures in Banff National Park for over five decades. The venue offers a unique and intimate setting for this celebration of Canadian trail riding. Performing without their backing bands, the audience will be treated both nights to an intimate story and song-style show in an exclusive and up-close environment, with the artists taking the stage just a few feet away