Protest the Hero played the first of two shows Friday night at the Brass Monkey for The Fortress 10th anniversary tour.
Did you know that Ottawa is home to dozens of choirs performing contemporary and Canadian music?
War of Ages played Mavericks on April 19, along with Fractures & Outlines, Aepoch and Bloodshot Dawn.
After a disappointing road trip to start the season, Ottawa Fury FC is looking to earn a win in front of home support at TD Place.
Anyone got a time machine? You’ll need it to fit in all the great events this weekend, featuring a jammed packed Saturday!
Coach Andy Waterman has volunteered for 25 years with Ottawa youth, empowering them to be the best they can be beyond the basketball court.
Porter played in Tampa for the 2017 season, but is back in Ottawa for a second stint, having played here in 2016. He credits his relationship with GM and former teammate Julian de Guzman with bringing him back.
Seven Below, Ottawa’s newest gallery location, is tucked in the lower half of A Modern Space, the fine furniture store recently relocated to old Ottawa South.
For more than nine years, Aditi Sivakumar has been volunteering in Ottawa and beyond to empower women and encourage healthy lifestyles for seniors and people living with chronic mental illnesses.
Lead vocalist Edwin Ghazal rejoined the band in 2016 after almost 20 years of being a solo artist.
Protest the Hero will be in Ottawa playing back-to-back sold-out shows.
Jeremy Fisher is aiming for a new audience. With 12 songs inspired by his two year old daughter, he released his debut children’s album Highway to Spell this spring.
Awesome Ottawa is awarding its 100th one thousand dollar grant since 2010.
Slovenian-Croatian duo 2CELLOS brought style and class to the National Arts Centre’s Southam Hall, at the same time delivering rock-inspired arrangements from a variety of sources.
Edmonton indie folk-rock band Scenic Route to Alaska are bringing their soulful vocals and lively basses to House of Targ on Thursday April 19.