The nightlife scene thrives at Red Deer’s dance clubs, sports bars, local pubs, eateries and lounges with live entertainment of all genres. Enjoy the big game with friends then dance the night away to the best in jazz, country, rock – whatever moves you. Take in a comedy improv show, roll the dice at a casino, or enjoy a pint after a brewery tour.
Central Alberta is home to plenty of diverse and exciting bars that got us thinking – exactly what would be Red Deer’s signature drink of choice?Read the story here >
Red Deer has an enthusiastic community band society with five adult community concert bands that are active from September through May playing everything from classical to jazz-rock, funk and Latin Music. In the summer months, the Red Deer Royals perform traditional and contemporary music. In the heart of downtown, The Ross Street Patio and the Alexander Way parklet feature free live entertainment throughout the summer months and is a great place to kick back and enjoy the sunshine.
Troubled Monk Brewery is an award winning microbrewery located in Red Deer, Alberta. Come by for a tour and taste some of our delicious brews in our tasting room! Just 5 minutes off the Queen Elizabeth Highway, across the road from downtown and walking trails nearby, a perfect destination for locals, tourists, and those just driving by.
5551-45th Street, Unit1
Best known for it’s great food, great atmosphere and great service!
2310 50th Ave
Red Deer’s Home of the Dueling Pianos! Offering a comprehensive selection of beers, worldly comfort food and the best in up and coming entertainment.
5008 48 St
Explore the culture of the heart of our city with a stroll along the pedestrian-friendly downtown streets. With outdoor patio dining, murals, festivals, art galleries, boutique shopping and an array of dining options, Red Deer’s downtown area has become a thriving neighbourhood that is a vibrant and dynamic part of the city. Cocktail Culture If you’re looking for a place to sip a premium whisky or enjoy a sophisticated cocktail and a conversation, To The Lost on Ross Street is the plac
Some road trips take months of planning. Others are spur of the moment and only take a few minutes to slap together. It was a sunny Saturday afternoon when a few friends and I all piled into my car and decided to head down to Red Deer, Alberta for a beer. The drive from Edmonton to Red Deer is a straight shot down QE2 for about an hour and forty minutes - a relatively short drive to see a unique Alberta brewery and enjoy couple of pints with friends. Red Deer’s newest contribution to