InFocus will culminate in a photography exhibition on September 3 at Studio Sixty Six.
The World Press Photo Exhibition 2017 is at the Canadian War Museum for the tenth year running. The exhibition runs until August 13 and admission is free.
The streets of Ottawa were bustling this weekend as onlookers enjoyed Kumo, the giant spider, and Long Ma, the horse-dragon. After several confrontations throughout the weekend, the two faced off in an epic battle Sunday night at the Canadian War Museum. La Machine, an Ottawa 2017 event, will be one for the books for sure.
Homeshake took the stage to a packed-in crowd at Babylon Nightclub. The Montreal based Peter Sagar along with his band received a warm welcome and then got straight down to business.
Japanese rock band ONE OK ROCK brought their unique rock-power pop brand to Ottawa, playing to local fans in an intimate setting.
Legendary performers Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers closed out year number 24 of Ottawa Bluesfest with a 2-hour long show on the City Stage that drew large-scaled numbers. Earlier in the night, country star Tim Hicks played to an energetic crowd. High Waters, Claude Munson and more also performed on the final night.
Local rapper and international sensation Night Lovell took to the stage after arriving at the LeBreton stop on the 97 Bayshore.
Those that wandered into the Barney Danson Theatre during Bluesfest early Friday night were treated to something more than your average bluegrass band. Ottawa trio Old Man Grant whipped up their own brand of bluegrass brew that had flavours of country, folk, New Orleans dixieland, and a hefty heaping of foot-stomping hillbilly goodness.
A stellar line-up of evening acts on both the Claridge and City Stages Friday night were interrupted sporadically due to the threat of approaching thunderstorms.
Starry Night, on display in the Lalonde + Doyle Exhibition Space of the Shenkman Arts Centre, displays 24 works by local and national artists celebrating the night sky.
It was a very rainy night at Bluesfest. Unfortunately, lightning cancelled a lot of shows and shortened sets by others. However, Apt613 photographers managed to shoot several performances.
Day 7 was a crazy night at Bluesfest.
It may be one of the rainiest summers we’ve had in a while, but don’t let that stop you from getting out and enjoying all the activities this weekend! Summer favourites like the light show at Parliament Hill are back, it’s the final weekend of Bluesfest, and Canada Scene has shows aplenty! Enjoy!
Day 6 at Bluesfest saw energetic sets on all the stages as fans flocked to Lebreton Flats to dance the night away.
After a one day break, Bluesfest was back at it Tuesday night. The energy was high as the likes of Fetty Wap, Rezz, July Talk and RL Grimes took to the stage to packed crowds.