The Track on 2 Horsing Racing & Event Centre is pleased to announce Charlie Major, Nice Horse, and Amy Metcalfe will perform live outdoors in a unique under the grandstand show on Saturday, May 29, 2021!
Given the current capacity restrictions in place we have worked diligently with all artists and event stakeholders and have decided to postpone the Charlie Major Concert with Nice Horse and Amy Metcalfe to May 29, 2021. We appreciate all of your patience and understanding as we worked through during these challenging times.
Refunds have been made available for individuals unable to attend the newly scheduled date and must be requested by October 12, 2020. If you have not requested a refund, your ticket(s) will be honored for the new May 29, 2021 date.
We will continue to monitor guidelines and restrictions for live events within the Province of Alberta as they become readily available to ensure we protect the health, safety and well being of all those wishing to attend.
Charlie Major is truly a Canadian legend and one of the accomplished ‘nice guys’ in the game, Charlie would not have it any other way. In 2019, Charlie was inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall Of Fame.
Rising to the forefront of the Canadian Music scene in the early to mid-nineties, Charlie had a heyday at radio as he became the first Canadian artist in history to score six BDS #1 hits off of his debut album. Nine more chart topping hits would follow, and Charlie would crisscross the world headlining tours and connecting with his fans at fairs and festivals.
Nice Horse are the four ladies who make up award-winning Alberta country quartet Nice Horse are wild, wildly talented, wildly entertaining, fun, fresh, feisty and, yes, fierce, and they’ve already established themselves as one of the most buzzed-about and fast-rising acts in the Canadian music industry.
A live act to be reckoned with, Nice Horse have already shared the stage with such acts as Tom Cochrane, High Valley, Washboard Union, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Paul Brandt. They’ve performed at such big-time country music festivals as Boots and Hearts, Big Valley Jamboree and Dauphin’s CountryFest, as well as showcasing during other high-profile events such as Roger’s Hometown Hockey, Nashville’s AmericanaFest, JUNOFest, and during the Canadian Country Music Association’s Country Music Week
Round out the lineup is Amy Metcalfe, an 8 time ACMA nominated multi talented singer/songwriter from Red Deer Alberta. She has co-written with Grammy award winners,played festivals in China and been top 50 on Canadian Country Billboard Music. With self penned songs on pop and country radio, her love for song writing and talent to tell a story is evident in every song.