Due to a possible disruption of postal services, the mail out option for online ticket orders has been suspended. Any mail delivered prior to this disruption that is caught up in the postal system will be secured and held until operations resume.
In the meantime, we encourage you to consider the pickup option when purchasing GlobalFest tickets until further notice. GlobalFest tickets can also be purchased at Calgary Co-op Customer Service Offices, Marlborough Mall, and London Drugs locations in Central and Southern Alberta.
GlobalFest would like to thank you for your patience during this time.
GlobalFest will be at Inglewood Sunfest on Saturday, July 30 selling tickets to all five nights of the Festival! Come down to purchase your tickets at special promotional prices while supplies last! The GlobalFest booth will be located beside Kent of Inglewood, located on 9 Ave. between 12 St. & 13 St. SE.The following GlobalFest tickets will be available for purchase at Inglewood Sunfest:General Admission: $7.50+GST (single admission; tickets are night specific)Finale General Admission: $15.00+GST (single admission to Finale night)GlobalPasses: $35.00+GST (single admission to all five nights)Admission is free for children 5 and under when accompanied by an adult.
GlobalFest will be offering special discounts on GlobalFest tickets at the following events & promotional campaigns!
Make sure you stop by and take advantage of our great promotional prices:
- Inglewood Sunfest – Saturday, July 30
- London Drugs (Locations TBC) – Saturday, August 13
- Marda Gras – Sunday, August 14
General Admission - $7.50+GST
Finale - $15.00+GST
GlobalPasses - $35.00+GST
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU REDEEM YOUR GLOBALFEST PROMO CODES THIS WEEK TO RECIEVE DISCOUNTS ON GLOBALFEST TICKETS
If you stopped by the GlobalFest booth in the International Pavilion at Calgary Stampede, the last day to use the promo code is July 31.
All other promo codes expire August 2.
From July 22 – July 28, Calgary Co-op will host their annual Fire Sale on GlobalFest tickets!The purchase of any 12-pack of Co-op Gold d’Or soft drinks will entitle shoppers to special discounts on GlobalFest tickets when a receipt or proof or purchase is presented at any Calgary Co-op Customer Service Office. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to get your GlobalFest tickets at great prices!The following discounts on GlobalFest tickets will be offered through Calgary Co-op’s Fire Sale:General Admission: $7.50+GST (single admission; tickets are night specific)Finale General Admission: $15.00+GST (single admission to Finale night)GlobalPasses: $35.00+GST (single admission to all five nights)Admission is free for children 5 and under when accompanied by an adult.
Formerly Imprisoned Journalist, Mohamed Fahmy, to Speak at GlobalFest’s Annual Human Rights Forum prTicket price: $50 per admission / $400 per table of eight***Admission purchase includes 2 tickets to 2016 GlobalFest’s Mexico Night of the Sunbelt Rentals OneWorld and Trico Homes International Fireworks Festival on August 23rd ($40 value!)***This year’s annual GlobalFest Human Rights Forum presented by TD Breakfast will feature Mohamed Fahmy speaking on “Media in the Age of Terror: How the War on Terrorism Became a War on Journalism”. Fahmy will be discussing his story and advocacy for world press freedom on Wednesday, August 17th from 7:30AM-9:30AM at Chinatown’s Civic on 3rd (130 3 Ave SE).The formerly imprisoned Mohamed Fahmy is an award winning Egyptian-Canadian journalist and author. Fahmy has spent most of his career covering some of the most definitive global events that have shaped our world today. Fahmy’s most recent post as the Egypt Bureau Chief of Al Jazeera International captured world attention when he was arrested in December 2013. Fahmy was incarcerated for 400 days – including one month in solitary – alongside ISIS terrorists and Jihadists in Egypt’s various maximum security prisons. Charged with conspiring with the Muslim Brotherhood and fabricating news to the fundamentalist group’s agenda, Egypt and its government were faced with international outcry from the United Nations, the European Union, and U.S. President Barack Obama. In September of 2015, Fahmy was pardoned by the Egyptian government and returned home to Canada in October 2015. Now on his path of reflection on this life-changing experience, Fahmy is joining us at GlobalFest’s annual Human Rights Forum Breakfast. Additionally, Fahmy will be participating in a free-to-attend panel discussion on local, national, and international freedom of press from 4:00pm – 6:00pm at the John Dutton Theatre (616 Macleod Trail SE) later on in the afternoon of August 17th.