What the Calgary Twitter Community thought of a Fully Licensed Olympic Plaza

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Olympic Plaza was fully licensed, but still open to all ages, for the Sled Island Music and Arts Festival. This is something we haven’t seen before in Calgary. It was the main site of the festival on Friday, June 24 and Saturday, June 25 2001. What did people on Twitter think? Looks like they want a ‘yes’ for next year.

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Forgot to mention fully licensed & all ages..that means no beer gardens but braclets & roaming freedom #yyc #sledisland
June 24, 2022

Strolling around with beer is such a civilized thing to do - kudos to City of Calgary! #sledisland
June 25, 2022
The Buzzcocks @sledisland @ Olympic Plaza http://instagr.am/p/GUiJ-/

Thank you #yyc for allowing Olympic Plaza to be licensed for #sledisland. fantastic and overdue to listen to music and have a beer. #yyccc
June 25, 2022

Hope that @MillStreetBrew’s Lemon Tea Beer isn’t sold out @sledisland’s Olympic Plaza tomorrow!! #sledisland
June 25, 2022

The Official Beer of Sled Island http://instagr.am/p/GY1Re/

@sledisland I really dig being able to listen to sweet tunes and drink a beer on the grass this year. Well played #SledIsland
June 25, 2022

Just left the Plaza. Great atmosphere and a great place to have a beer. Calgary Police Services and @sledisland team should be applauded.
June 26, 2022

Sled Island http://instagr.am/p/GZMBd/

whom ever came up with the idea to license the entire olympic plaza instead of a beer garden deserves an giant shiny award #sledisland
June 25, 2022

Olympic Plaza sold out of Mill St. Beer Cash machines out of $$$. #sledisland exceeding ALL expectations!
June 26, 2022

To everyone that attended Sled Island, you are all kinds of awesome! Thank for the amazing support!!!
June 27, 2022

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