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.
Ottawa’s second annual soul music festival sold out Black Squirrel Books and House of TARG.
PhotoLab 4: New Generation Photography Award Exhibition is on display at the National Gallery of Canada until August 19, 2018.
The Harlem Globetrotters dropped in to the Canadian Tire Centre this weekend.
Showing up to the show with about 15 guitars to split between two guitarists, the band innovates sound and technicality, driven forward with harsh vocals and blasting drums.
Sir Rod Stewart played Canadian Tire Centre on Friday evening.
After 18 years going solo, Nelly can still draw in crowds, as the sold out show at Algonquin College Theatre clearly showed.
With a brand new album released 49 years after becoming a band, Judas Priest took to the stage at TD Place on Sunday March 25.
All of the hits were played, from “Hot Blooded” to “Cold As Ice” to “Juke Box Hero”.
Santana’s The Divination tour was the first time in 8 years that Santana made a stop in Ottawa, playing to an enthusiastic crowd Sunday night at the Canadian Tire Centre.
Brazilian metal giants Soulfly, performing under the name Nailbomb, performed the album Point Blank in its entirety, as well as other popular songs.
The energy levels were high at The 27 Club on Saturday night. Ottawa’s own We Were Sharks got the crowd dancing and singing along. Supporting We Were Sharks was Elementals, Kennedy, and PINE.