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Frequently asked questions
When are you able to serve alcohol?
A: We can currently serve alcohol from 6PM-2AM.
Does Cook County have a guest-list?
No more guest-list! We have our new Fast-Passes and Party Packages to choose from, both of which you can view and purchase right on our website.
How much is Cook County's cover?
Cover is FREE from 6:00 PM to 8:00PM. From 8:00PM – 2:00AM we have a $10 cover charge.
Want to skip the line? We have fast passes and party packages available for purchase!
Want to see our upcoming events?
When is Cook County's Live Music?
We open at 6:00 PM, and live music for the evening starts around 7:00PM. Bands typically play for 2-3 hours, with all live music being done by 10:00 PM.
I see you have party packages. Does that get me into the band?
For any of our free live music events, party packages are able to show up anytime between 6pm and 10:30pm.
For our ticketed band events, you must have concert tickets purchased for each person. You can add advance tickets and the package to your cart and receive both deals though!
Someone I know does not have their ID, can they get into the bar?
The Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission provides all liquor licensed establishments with strict guidelines. If these conditions are not met, the bar can be fined substantially, and/or our liquor license can be revoked indefinitely. Below are the guidelines that must be met to enter our premises.
Valid Primary Identification must:
– Have a photo
– Include date of birth
– Have a name
– Not be expired
– Have a signature
– Have a unique number
– Be gov. issued
– Be an original (not a copy)
Highschool/post-secondary student ID, healthcare cards (except Ontario), employee ID, credit/debit cards, club memberships, marriage certificates, temporary drivers license permit, laminated or photocopied documents, and expired ID more than 14 days will not be accepted for entry.
How much is coat check?
Coat check is $2.
Is There A Dress Code?
No sweat pants/joggers, no steel/composite toed boots, no soiled or chemically stained clothing, no offensive or “support” wear, footwear must be worn at all times. As the old saying goes, no shoes, no shirt, no service!
*Country attire is definitely encouraged!*
What is your code of conduct?
Patron Code Of Conduct
*no “roughhousing” or “horse play” *no consensual & non-consensual fighting
*no using, possessing or selling controlled substances *intoxication
*no possession of outside or unlicensed liquor *no possessing weapons
*no gang member or gang affiliation *no disrespecting cook county staff
*failing to follow the direction of cook county staff
*anything detrimental to the orderly operation of a licensed premise
Thursday, Friday & Saturday: 6PM - 2AM