See photos from the second night of CityFolk’s second weekend.
See photos from the first day of CityFolk’s second weekend.
Stephane Dubord covers all the acts coming to CityFolk Weekend 2.
Photos from Sophia Radisch’s set at CityFolk 2022.
In her second Ottawa appearance, rocker JJ Wilde will be performing for the CityFolk Festival on Saturday, September 10 at the TD Stage.
CityFolk 2022’s roots-country opening night featured the gritty vocals and folk guitar of The White Buffalo, a set from local fave Kathleen Edwards, and headliner Zach Bryan, who brought his signature country-Americana sound.
Stephane Dubord gives the lowdown on week #1 of the ever-popular CityFolk, now bigger than ever.
After being on hiatus these last couple of years, Ottawa’s iconic City Folk music festival makes its grand return with live shows from September 8-10 and 15-17.
Dean Brody headlined country music night at CityFolk.
Our Lady Peace headlined Day 2 of CityFolk for the largest crowd of this year’s festival, so far.
Apt613 chatted with Kevin Young, keyboardist and founding member of the festival co-headliners Moist, to catch up on what the band has been up to on how they have worked around the pandemic, and the creative process for their latest upcoming album.
While it seemed unlikely just a few months ago, Ottawa will actually be hosting live music festivals in 2021, starting with this weekend’s CityFolk. This somewhat abbreviated edition will feature a single stage over three evenings, and while it may not have similar quantity to previous years, it certainly is bringing headline quality performers.
CityFolk Festival is presenting outdoor concerts at Lansdowne Park from Sept. 16 to 18. Kicking off the weekend, the Thursday night lineup includes performances from singer-songwriter Charlotte Day Wilson, Toronto R&B duo DVSN, OVO rapper Roy Woods, and Juno award-winning R&B artist TÖME.
Many Ottawa-based music, arts, and performance festivals will receive increased financial support through a new Ontario government funding program. The one-time increase in funding to the festival and event sector will not only help people engage with art and their communities, but will also help festival networks in need of support.
Ottawa’s CityFolk music festival have announced the lineup for the virtual version of the festival they are staging in lieu of their annual outdoor event, due to the ongoing pandemic.