Weezer closed out the 2018 Montebello Rockfest, after a busy day of performances.
Making their return to the stage, Sum 41 played ‘Does This Look Infected?’ in full in celebration of the album’s 15th anniversary.
The spectacle continues Friday and Saturday, with plenty of amazing bands to come.
That’s a wrap on Westfest 2018. See you next year!
Westfest celebrates their 15th Anniversary from Friday June 8 to Sunday June 10 at Tom Brown Arena and Park.
Westfest celebrates their 15th Anniversary from Friday June 8 to Sunday June 10 at Tom Brown Park.
Some of our favourite photographers were out in Ottawa for Doors Open weekend. Tag #APT613 on Instagram to be featured.
Making reference to the first time they played Ottawa, Tyler Connolly mentioned Zaphod Beeblebrox. “We were the opener and maybe four people showed up, five if you count the bartender.”
In town for the second time since last fall, The Beaches have created a true fan base in Ottawa. This will definitely not be the last sold out show they perform here.
Beer, skateboarding, and art come together for a good time and an even better cause.
Apt613 and a crew of #ottarts photographers were there for a special preview of the Ottawa Art Gallery, re-opening this weekend.
Protest the Hero played the first of two shows Friday night at the Brass Monkey for The Fortress 10th anniversary tour.
War of Ages played Mavericks on April 19, along with Fractures & Outlines, Aepoch and Bloodshot Dawn.
Lead vocalist Edwin Ghazal rejoined the band in 2016 after almost 20 years of being a solo artist.
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.