With last weekend marking a year since the band was last in Ottawa at Cityfolk, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats packed the TD Place Arena.
Coeur de Pirate is not done in Gatineau, as she has a second performance Wednesday night that has already sold out.
Paul Cairns, Executive Director of SMARTNet Alliance and part of GEDO’s regional partnership, gave Apt613 his thoughts on this year’s event and the state of green energy in Ottawa.
From the moment she strummed and sang the first note of “Jesse”, she had the audience under her spell.
CityFolk ran from September 12–16, 2018 at Lansdowne Park. Keep checking back for more Apt613 coverage and follow us on Instagram for the latest photos.
Black Like Me is an organisation dedicated to creating spaces for Black people in Ottawa to “find happiness, safety, support, and whatever else they need to live.” You can read the first installment of our interview with founders Sakinna Gairey and Selali A-W here. Below, Nickie Shobeiry talks with them about their event, BLK Frosh, […]
The juried prize is for the best anglophone and francophone theatre performed in Ottawa.
Terry Steeves: “His smoky soulful voice was as crisp and strong as it was then, and the song’s cool jazz groove kept the audience in dance mode.”
Headliner Hozier drew a large crowd Saturday night to the City Stage.
Terry Steeves: “CityFolk marked the band’s second gig together with the new configuration, but their spot-on musicianship, on-stage chemistry, and tightness made it seem they’d already played thousands of times.”