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.
With COVID-19 restrictions beginning to lift, Ottawa Jazz Festival has announced two series of in-person concerts spread over several venues. Read our list of in-person shows here.
This year’s Ottawa Jazz Festival will be a virtual event from August 19 to 22. Organizers say they could also introduce pop-up concerts throughout the city, if permitted closer to the time.
Jazzfest presented this series of live stream concerts for listeners at home, with a very small audience allowed to attend in person at Arts Court Theatre.
Miguel de Armas Quartet, Lemon Bucket Orkestra, Whitehorse and more to record live concerts at Arts Court Theatre.
Jazzfest’s TENACITY series of 12 livestream shows restores this year’s festival—06.19.20 to 06.28.20
TENACITY is a free online music series hosted by the Ottawa Jazz Festival.
Jazzfest returns to Confederation Park this year.
The Roots took to the TD Ottawa Jazzfest stage last night and showed us why the legendary Philadelphia hip-hop crew is among the greatest touring bands on earth.
Norah Jones headlined a sold-out concert at Jazzfest on Tuesday night.
Ottawa jazz fans are in for a special treat this week, as Hayden Chisholm makes his long awaited return to North America with two unique performances on Wednesday and Thursday night.
Chicago headlined a sold-out Sunday night in the park at Jazzfest.
Judith Hill headlined opening night of the 2019 Jazzfest
The solstice is upon us. It is the first weekend of the summer and the city is alive with countless ways to celebrate the official arrival of this beautiful season.
With concerts scattered over ten days across the Marion Dewar Plaza (TD Main Stage), Confederation Park (OLG Stage), and the National Arts Centre (NAC), sorting out which artists you want to see may be challenging. We’ve compiled concerts highlighting the must-see acts of this year’s festival.
Jazzfest lineup: Rebecca Noelle, Laila Biali, Judith Hill, and Helena Deland part of the 50 concerts announced
Judith Hill is headlining opening night on Friday, June 21.