Sights & Sounds
You probably already know Ming. He is a champion of music, art, and culture, and brings enthusiasm and fun wherever he goes (which, as it turns out, is a lot of places). On Friday, August 26th, Ceremony, which usually goes down at Babylon, took over Shanghai Restaurant for the night. DJs Adam Saikaley, Eric Roberts, […]
Thirteen years in, House of PainT has become one of Ottawa’s staple summer festivals.
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The Olympics are over and we no longer have a reason to stay inside (besides that glorious AC) so grab some friends and enjoy what Ottawa has to offer this weekend!
For everyone who’s complained that Ottawa isn’t colourful enough… now’s your chance.
Apt613 has heard from so many people over the past few days, about how much they love this bridge.
And it has been here for 40 years. See films at the Ottawa International Animation Festival in September.
Saturday night’s Tragically Hip performance was a celebration of their 32 year musical legacy, but even more so, it was a celebration of life itself. Whether you attended the final concert at the K-Rock Centre in the band’s hometown of Kingston, Ontario, or watched the live airing courtesy of CBC, all hearts, minds, and spirits were connected […]
The list of signature events is impressive. Having perused the line-up, here is an early roundup of Ottawa 2017’s standout events. Expect more programming to be announced in the coming months.
Operators play Arboretum’s main stage Saturday August 20th at 10pm.
Last night was Ottawa’s turn to bid farewell to the quintessential Canadian band.
Paint the town [insert colour(s) of choice]! Abounding in colour, sound and taste, this Ottawa weekend is one for the senses.
This weekend, get your buzz on at the Queen Bee Party, hosted by the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum!
Ottawa songwriter Trails will be performing at Arboretum Music Festival tonight, playing an 8:30pm show at St. Alban’s Church.
Dîner en Blanc, a chic picnic event hosted in over 70 cities worldwide, made its Ottawa debut. Guests dress head-to-toe in white and meet at a secret venue to dine in style.