The three day music showcase festival has now come to an end! Look to @apt613 on IG for more snaps.
Ottawa-Gatineau’s annual music showcase festival runs until February 10.
Saturday night was the emotional ending to a decade by an amazing Ottawa group. The Balconies played their final show at The 27 Club.
Big Wreck played many songs off In Loving Memory Of… as well as their two newer releases, Albatross and Ghosts. Manitoba band Attica Riots opened the night for a solid lineup of Canadian alternative rock. Photos by Landon Entwistle (IG: @landonspics)
Following a performance by Ottawa’s own Poetic Elements at The 27 Club, Sacramento’s Blackalicious took to a room that was packed from front to back on Saturday night.
At this time, Radmore is 1 of only 16 westerners to ever be granted such access.
These were the most eye-catching images shared by @apt613 on Instagram.
Norwegian photographer Fred Ivar Utsi Klemetsen went on a 16-year long journey to capture the modern life of the Sámi, an Arctic Indigenous people inhabiting the northernmost area of Scandinavia.
We Wish You A Metal Christmas hit Mavericks Friday night, featuring Storm Like Wolves, Fractures & Outlines, Southpaw, Boundaries, Horcrux and headliner Obey The Brave.
Admission to the NHL-sized rink is free but you’ll need to make a reservation first.
The outdoor market in Ottawa’s ByWard Market is one of Canada’s oldest and largest markets. Open 363 days a year, the market is only closed on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. Vendors arrive early to set up, as seen in Caroline Mercer’s photo essay.
Children of Bodom, celebrating their 20th anniversary tour, made their first tour stop in Ottawa, and it was one to remember. Opening acts included Uncured, Lost Society, and Carach Angren.
Jann Arden brought her Christmas Tour to Ottawa’s National Arts Centre for two back-to-back shows Sunday and Monday evening. The Southam Hall stage was loaded with musicians from the NAC Orchestra, as well as Arden’s core band of five who encircled her up front.
Tiffany Thornton was determined to do what she loved, no matter how hard she had to work for it.
Little Italy’s first ever art and light festival is a free, interactive nighttime festival of large scale games, glow painting, DJs, street performers and more. “We were looking for a way to brighten up November,” says Lori Mellor, executive director of the Preston Street BIA. “Dems & Doll came up with this exciting concept which […]