Sights & Sounds
The Bronson Centre was packed for Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls.
The fifth season of the National Capital Commission’s Urbanism Lab starts tonight with “Walk This Way: Designing a Pedestrian Paradise”.
Head for West Records’ monthly Showcase Series aims to carve out a space for Ottawa’s rising artists. Their September show will feature all-local talent, and donations at the door will support the Ottawa Food Bank.
Just a few weeks after moving to Hull, Roxanne Potvin is releasing a new EP at Live on Elgin tonight. She will be playing music from the 20 minute EP All It Was, which released today across platforms. The show will also feature a set from Jonathan Pearce of Winchester Warm. It’s quite a way to […]
On Friday September 21, Tony Fouhse’s book launch party will be hosted by Studio Sixty Six, followed by an exhibition of his photographs at the gallery until September 28
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.
Lamenting the end of summer? This weekend goes to show that fall is just as fun!
Coeur de Pirate is not done in Gatineau, as she has a second performance Wednesday night that has already sold out.
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.
Canadian playwright Kate Hennig kicks off the Great Canadian Theatre Company season with The Virgin Trial, the second installment of a modern take on the Tudor family.
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.”