Calgary Stampede Royalty consists of the First Nations Princess and Calgary Stampede Princess. Each year, the reigning Royals share and celebrate Stampede’s western heritage, cultures and community spirit locally and around the world.
The Calgary Stampede First Nations Princess is a member of a Treaty 7 First Nation and shares her culture with audiences, including speaking engagements and media interviews, joining classrooms, and performing traditional dances. As an ambassador of Elbow River Camp, the First Nations Princess also speaks to the historic partnership between families from the Kainai, Piikani, Siksika, Stoney Nakoda, and Tsuut’ina First Nations and the Calgary Stampede.
The Stampede Princess is an ambassador of the Stampede’s western heritage, hospitality, and community values. The Stampede Princess actively shares Stampede Spirit by speaking to crowds, engaging with guests of all ages from around the world, sharing her experience through social media and media interviews, and representing the Stampede on horseback in parades, rodeos, and western events.
Together, the duo will make hundreds of appearances during their time of reign, while welcoming visitors from around the world to Elbow River Camp, the Calgary Stampede and the City of Calgary.
Note: We will respond to your request approximately 2 weeks prior to your event
Calgary Stampede Royalty Attendance
Calgary Stampede Royalty will attend nearly every event as a duo, but if there is a special reason you wish to request only the Calgary Stampede Princess or Calgary Stampede First Nations Princess, please select the individual princess in the drop down below.
Role at Event
We expect all roles will involve mixing, mingling, and making an appearance, but please let us know if there are any specific expectations.
Tell us the purpose of your event and how long it has been going on. Who attends? Is the event open to everyone or is it by invitation only? Have you invited Calgary Stampede to your event before?
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