Mural Locations





The Beltline Urban Mural Project (BUMP) is a community-driven project to showcase art, promote Calgary, and transform the city into an inviting open air gallery. Now in its third year, BUMP has curated a diverse portfolio of local, national and international artists who have created eye-catching, inspiring and beautiful murals.


We believe that public art can enrich communities, create captivating places, celebrate diversity, challenge ideas, provoke discussion, and add beauty to the everyday.


We’re thrilled to kick off this year’s BUMP Festival August 28th to 31st marking the addition of sixteen new murals with free guided mural tours, artist talks, live music and outdoor cinema you won’t want to miss.


-Peter Oliver & Peter Schryvers

Beltline Neighbourhoods Association



Last updated August 23rd.

Wednesday, Aug 28 | 7pm-11:30pm

Festival Kickoff Party with Artist Talk and Selci EP Release

McHugh House – 1515 Centre Street S

A moderated discussion with 2019 BUMP artist and founder of one of the most important agencies in Canada specializing in street art, FLUKE. The artist talk will be followed by a live performance by Selci in conjunction with her new EP release and guests Mother Mary and Jack Ryan. Free event for all-ages. Inner City Beer for sale. Space is limited. 

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Electro-R&B singer-soundscaper Selci uses ambience and rhythm to compose sounds that exist on the fringes of pop music. On her debut EP Effervescence, due out independently on August 28, the Calgary-by-way-of-Winnipeg artist bridges the seductive, iconoclastic electronics of FKA twigs, the bedroom R&B of Jessy Lanza, and the minimalist-pop of James Blake to shape her sonic vision.

Thursday, Aug 29 | 7pm-10pm

Artist Talk with Contemporary Calgary 

Contemporary Calgary – 701 11 Street SW

A moderated discussion with 2019 BUMP artists Luke Ramsey, Lacey & Layla, Kyle Simmers, THEKIDBELO, Reza Nik, Mary Haasyk, and RUNT. Hosted in collaboration with Contemporary Calgary. Doors at 7pm, artist talk at 8pm.

Free event for all-ages. Inner City Beer for sale.

Space is limited. Registration is recommended.


Friday, Aug 30 | 4pm-11pm

Movie in the Park | Presented by Hines

Central Memorial Park – 1221 2 St SW

Free outdoor screening of the endearing 2008 film BEAUTIFUL LOSERS about a tight-knit group of artistic friends who developed their own craft outside of the established art community including legendary street artist Shepard Fairey among others. Catch the film under the stars with live DJs, Inner City Brewing Beer Garden, and food trucks. Presented by Hines.


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Beautiful Losers celebrates the spirit behind one of the most influential cultural moments of a generation. In the early 1990’s a loose-knit group of likeminded outsiders found common ground at a little NYC storefront gallery. Rooted in the DIY (do-it-yourself) subcultures of skateboarding, surf, punk, hip-hop & graffiti, they made art that reflected the lifestyles they led. Developing their craft with almost no influence from the “establishment” art world, this group, and the subcultures they sprang from, has now become a movement that has been transforming pop culture. Starring Ed Templeton who skated pro for New Skateboards winning awards all over the world, Harmony Korine who wrote the cult favorite Kids and then went on to direct Gummo and most recently Mister Lonely and Mike Mills who designed album covers for The Beastie Boys, Beck, Sonic Youth and directed the movie Thumbsucker. Also starring Barry McGee, Chris Johanson, Geoff McFetridge, Jo Jackson, Margaret Kilgallen, Stephen Powers, Thomas Campbell and Shepard Fairey who has experienced recent success with the now famous ‘Hope’ poster featuring Barack Obama.



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Saturday, August 31 | 2pm – 10pm  

Inner City Brewing Alley Party 

820 11 Ave SW

Experience the largest ever alley party in Calgary with Inner City Brewing and an incredible lineup of free music featuring Sango, Jubilee, Lou Phelps and guests at one of Calgary’s finest local craft breweries. Free event with family-friendly mural workshops and food trucks. Space is limited so come early.


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Sango | 8:45pm – 10pm


Seattle DJ and producer Sango is well known for igniting dance floors with his innovative melding of Brazillian afro-beat samples and trap. He draws influences for his beats from American hip-hop, southern, black gospel, 70s/80s soul, straightforward dance music, and funk carioca. His much anticipated second full length release In the Comfort of (2018) is a continued evolution of his music and explores themes of hardship, overcoming, and self-discovery amidst rich percussive textures.





Jubilee | 7:30pm – 8:45pm

On the heels of her electrifying set headlining this year’s Bass Coast Festival, Miami-born NYC-based DJ and producer Jessica Gentile makes her debut in Calgary with her signature Miami bass, electro, and bass-heavy beats. A unique force in club culture, Jubilee injects as much fun as technique into her sets and production. In 2018, she took up a coveted spot as part of BBC Radio 1’s Residency series. 

Her recently released track Mami, from her forthcoming second album on Mixpak records is a dancefloor filler taking its cues from Latin club music.



Lou Phelps | 7:00pm – 7:30pm

Montreal rapper and kid brother of beatmaker extraordinaire Kaytranada, Lou Phelps has been a fixture of the Canadian hip-hop scene since forming the future-rap group The Celestics. His debut solo project 001:Experiments earned a Juno nomination in 2017 for Rap Recording of the Year and his most recent release 002/Love Me on Last Gang Records includes guest spots from BADBADNOTGOOD, Jazz Cartier, Kaytranada, and JAHKOY.




DJ C-SIK | 6pm – 7pm

Rick Cruz aka DJ C-SIK is a legend amongst the people of Calgary. Whether he’s dropping a guest mix on Sway In The Morning, playing alongside De La Soul’s Maseo or directly supporting Diplo; whether he’s cuttin’ it up to some classics or dropping the latest heaters—C-SIK does it all with flavour and finesse. And the best part is, that even after 20 years in the game, he’s just getting started. Catch ‘The DJ’s DJ’, DJ C-SIK spinning weekly in Calgary night clubs.



HomeSick | 5pm – 6pm

HomeSick is a pillar of Calgary’s electronic music scene, bringing footwork and jungle music to the forefront. Fresh off a world tour spanning several continents HomeSick is coming into festival season swinging, with momentum as fast and driving as his productions. As an alumnus of Red Bull Music Academy and founder of online music blog Footwork Jungle, he continues going from strength to strength, cementing his reputation as a boundary-breaker and a global contender in avant-garde bass music. HomeSick spreads his fast-paced music like room temperature butter on freshly toasted bread.




Drifting Dubs | 4pm – 5pm

Calgary producer and DJ Drifting.Dubs is an all vinyl all analog movement. Focusing mainly on stripped back grooves, he provides finely crafted vinyl sets consisting of exquisite minimal sounds with a heavy inspiration from the Romanian house and techno scene. As always his sets are delivered in his trademark unhurried and incredibly patient mixing style. His music productions are pieced together with heavy use of modular synthesis and numerous other synthesizers and are catching the ears of labels all around the world.




Shannon Hart | 3pm – 4pm

Teacher, innovator, and community builder – Shannon Hart represents the emerging wave of Calgary DJs that are driven by a DIY ethos and a passion for left field avant-garde dance music. 

In addition to appearing at notable venues and festivals in Alberta, BC and Saskatchewan, over the past half-decade Hart has developed a reputation of being among the most fervent innovators in this community, pushing a hypnotic and raw blend of lofi and minimal techno that sets the standard for others to follow. An alumnus of Calgary’s illustrious Beat Drop school, Hart has also participated in a series of workshops aimed at teaching grade school kids the art of DJing. She aims to constantly expand the underground, passing the torch while lighting the way forward with her own.




DJ BLKFT | 2pm – 3pm

Richard Sparvier, aka DJ BLKFT, is taking the city by storm. Fresh to the CJSW programming roster and leading the way with his self-dubbed #RezHouse, DJ BLKFT is delivering the bounce and the bangers to ears throughout Treaty 7 Territory and beyond. Founder of Drum Beat Productions, BLKFT is Niitsiitapi from Siksika First Nation, and with community growth being the nucleus of his vision, BLKFT is activating the population! He defines #RezHouse as a “reflection of the contemporary music you hear in everyday life mixed with indigenous artists’ electronic sounds”. Bringing people to their feet and bringing fairness to the forefront, catch DJ BLKFT spinning the most fire #RezHouse Thursday mornings from 10am – 11am on CJSW 90.9FM.



Curated by the Hifi Club.

Saturday, August 31 | 2:30pm – 3:30pm

Guided Mural Tour # 1 – East Beltline


Guided tour of the 2019 BUMP Murals in through East Beltline. 

Meeting point – McHugh House | 1515 Centre St S

Space is limited. Registration is recommended.



Saturday, August 31 | 4:30pm – 5:30pm

Guided Mural Tour # 2 – West Beltline


Guided tour of the 2019 BUMP Murals.

Meeting point – Thomson Family Park

Space is limited. Registration is recommended. 



Saturday, August 31 | 9:30pm – 4:00am

BUMP Festival After Party at the Hifi Club

Join us at the Hifi Club (219 10 Ave SW) for the BUMP Festival After Party with Sango, Lou Phelps, DJ C-SIK and guests. Doors at 9:30PM.

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