Calgary is considered a metropolitan city that continues to retain its traditional culture of hockey, football, night clubs, bars, and hotel saloons. It has also been termed as “Nashville of the North” because of its passion for country music. The city is also home to a diverse scene of musical genres, including electronic, hip-hop, jazz, blues, indie, punk, rock, pop, folk, and metal music. Because of its ethnically diverse communities, one can expect muliticultural assets around the region. It will come to no surprise that the city has one of the largest Chinatowns and “Little Italy” in the country today. Its most diverse area in the city is Forest Lawn and 17 Avenue SE , also known as International Avenue.