University Of Alberta Agriculture Club

What Time Is It? Bar None Time!

About us

The Agriculture Club at the U of A is one of the University of Alberta’s largest and longest running student groups. Founded in 1911, Ag Club was built by students who wanted to stay connected to their rural roots while pursuing their university degree. The University of Alberta Agriculture Club provides students with a social network to enrich and enjoy student life. The Aggies have earned the reputation of being the most down-to-earth, rowdiest club on campus!

Everyone is welcome to join the U of A Agriculture Club, we meet the first Wednesday of each month at 5:00pm. So come on out and see what being an “Aggie” is all about!

We’d love to hear from you

Bar None

Everyone’s Favorite Time of the Year


Tickets are sold online and in person before the big event.

We offer ticket packages for other University, school, and college clubs as well. Contact us to inquire about a package for your club!

Please click the button below to find out more about Bar None 2022 ticket sales and how to buy tickets.


The Agriculture Club is super excited to announce that the headliner for Bar None 75 is Jade Eagleson.

To see a list of some of our past headliners please click the link below.


Proceeds from Bar None are donated to STARS Air Ambulance each year.

This has always been a rewarding and special opportunity that we have to give back to such an amazing organization each year.

In 2019 alone we were able to donate over $10,000 to STARS!

In the last 25 years, Bar None and Ag Club with the help of our sponsors have been able to provide over $180,000 to STARS Air Ambulance


I was president of the Ag Club for the Class of 1969. We just celebrated our 50th Class Reunion. With a Faculty of just over 300 and and graduating class of just over 70, we were a tight-knit group and have remained close over the years The Ag Club was a big part of that, and the opportunity that it provided for social, personal, and leadership growth was every bit as important as our academic experience on campus.

— Rodger Hughes