The Calgary Stampede Royalty consists of the First Nations Princess and Stampede Princess. Each year the reigning Royals attend hundreds of community and Stampede events as ambassadors of the Calgary Stampede, sharing and celebrating Stampede’s western heritage, cultures and community spirit locally and around the world.

In these roles, the Royalty not only serve their community, but also benefit from professional and personal development as members of these programs. They receive support from their dedicated committees to help uphold their responsibilities and achieve their personal goals during their terms; receive expert coaching and mentorship in a variety of fields, like public speaking and horsemanship; and find belonging in a community committed to making a difference and having fun while doing it.

2024 Royalty

Calgary Stampede First Nations Princess

Margaret Holloway

Margaret Holloway of the Stoney Nakoda is a 22-year-old jingle dancer raised in the traditional ways of the Stoney values. She is the granddaughter of long time and respected Elders and Tipi Holders, Eddie and Elsie Holloway of Tipi 24 and a devoted student who recently started her university business study.

With a passion for creating and designing her own regalia and beadwork, Holloway wants to be a strong voice for Indigenous youth during her reign and beyond, helping to advance her community and preserve the traditional way of life.

Calgary Stampede Princess

Brooke Fielding

Congratulations to the 2024 Calgary Stampede Princess, Brooke Fielding!

A born and raised Albertan, 23-year-old Fielding started riding on her family’s acreage in Water Valley at just eight years old. Fielding has experience in both Western and English disciplines, having competitively shown in jumping, dressage, and eventing. She is also no stranger to the Stampede, having been part of the Calgary Stampede Ranch Riders and the Calgary Stampede Showriders, and has recently graduated from the Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary with a Bachelor of Commerce.

Interested in becoming the next Calgary Stampede Princess? See more details on the process, here.

Past Royalty Winners

Take a look at all of the previous Stampede Royalty, dating back to 1946.

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