This weekend, get your buzz on at the Queen Bee Party, hosted by the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum!
Ottawa songwriter Trails will be performing at Arboretum Music Festival tonight, playing an 8:30pm show at St. Alban’s Church.
Dîner en Blanc, a chic picnic event hosted in over 70 cities worldwide, made its Ottawa debut. Guests dress head-to-toe in white and meet at a secret venue to dine in style.
The trio was interviewed on this week’s episode of Apt613 Live, and they talked about mixing fun, power pop songs with important social commentary, their punk roots and influences, and why they’re looking forward to playing at Arboretum Festival this year.
Hey commitment-phobes, did you know you can rent local art for your home or office?
Evening Hymns fans, be prepared to be unprepared. Bonnetta will be introducing the latest incarnation of the band, featuring Caylie Runciman (Boyhood) on drums and vocals and Phil Charbonneau (Scattered Clouds) on bass, keys and samples.
Jona Barr, aka Old Cabin, is a Canadian songwriter who, over the years, has left his home in Whitehorse to tour the country at length.
A discussion panel, “ALL AGES: facing ageism in music,” takes place Wednesday, August 17 at Bar Robo.
While it no longer uses performing elephants due to mounting animal rights pressures, this circus still thrills and delights.
These folk-singer siblings have a natural affinity and harmony together.