Day at CityFolk 2019
We connected with guitarist Steve Mazur on how things have been going with the band of late.
Just as the festival was hitting its stride, it’s already coming to an end, as the traditionally 5-day festival was shortened by a day for 2019.
Day 2 at CityFolk 2019
With Friday’s incredible triple-header rock bill behind us, it’s back to the eclectic mix that CityFolk is well known for. Folk? Check. R&B? Check. Indigenous hip-hop? Yup, check too.
Photos by Landon Entwistle (IG @landonspics)
Catch Dear Rouge early Friday evening as they hit the City Stage at 5:45PM.
As we did with Bluesfest this summer, Apt613 will have you covered with daily preview articles, including highlights and interviews with some of the artists about to hit the stage.
We caught up with keyboardist and former Carleton University student Dave Ritter.
Day 1 features The Strumbellas, Lucinda Williams, Orville Peck, Dwayne Gretzky, Larkin Poe and The Once.
Welcome to another beautiful weekend in the city. Straddled on the cusp of summer meets fall, the mornings are crisp and cool, but the afternoons still bring warmth and sunshine. There is plenty to do around town this weekend and we here at Apt613 can’t wait to tell you about it.
Ending the night with his traditional cake throw, the audience members hopped up on each other’s shoulders holding ‘Cake Me’ signs in hopes of getting a giant cake to the face from Steve Aoki.
Marvest takes place at over 20 shops and venues on Bank Street, between Lansdowne Park and the Queensway, on Friday September 13 and Saturday September 14, 2019. Admission is free.
These kids will hem and haw over the short films and TV episodes before they present awards to the winning filmmakers later that evening at OIAF Awards Ceremony the National Arts Centre.
Breakfast Club is a casual talk show that’s meant to be informative, fun, while unpacking issues and topics relevant to the LGBTQ2+ community in Ottawa.