Look at this photograph… and all of the memorabilia! The National Music Centre in Calgary has announced a new Nickelback exhibit and fans of the Alberta-born legends are definitely going to want to check it out.

Celebrating 20 years of music and their induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, the temporary space opens in March and will feature instruments, concert footage, behind-the-scenes photos and items that belong to Canada’s best-selling rock group.

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In addition to this, there will also be a 20-foot video wall, many of the band’s most recognizable outfits from throughout the years and the “what the hell is on joeys head” champagne bucket – which is undoubtedly iconic. 

“Nickelback has created an unparalleled legacy in music as the most commercially successful band that Canada has ever seen,” said Andrew Mosker, President and CEO, of NMC in a press release.

“National Music Centre is proud to celebrate Nickelback’s massive contributions to Canada’s music story with this new exhibition. We hope fans enjoy it.”

If you’d like to visit the Calgary Nickelback exhibit, it will be accessible with paid admission starting March 9th, 2023 – but don’t hesitate! It’ll all be gone by February 2024.

For more information or to become an NMC member and get FREE admission, check out the Studio Bell website now – otherwise, enjoy!


When: Thursday, March 9th, 2023 – February 2024
Where: 850 4 St. SE, Calgary, AB
Cost: $21.50