87th Avenue & 114th Street
Edmonton, AB T5J 0K5 Canada
It began in 1955 as a gift to the people of Alberta and as a place of celebration, community spirit and cultural enrichment. Today, this rejuvenated facility, steeped in tradition and a host to the world, continues its public service mandate. The Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium is situated on a 13 acre site adjacent to the University of Alberta. The building, along with its twin facility in Calgary, is owned and operated by the Government of Alberta. The departments of Infrastructure and Transportation and Tourism, Parks, Recreation and Culture work in partnership to operate the facilities. In 2004, renovations were started to revitalize both community icons. Improvements focused on patron comfort and performance enhancements including acoustics, seating, climate control, and more. The venue has a new look, yet has maintained its historic charm. The reopening of the buildings occurred in September, 2005 to commemorate the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium's 50th and Alberta’s 100th anniversaries. Open to the world and celebrating the community. That’s the spirit of the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium.