Bluesfest returned to LeBreton Flats for the first time in three years. And what a return it was!
It was a day full of classics on Saturday.
Pianist John Kofi Dapaah, violinist Johnny Gandelsman, and the NAC Orchestra highlighted Day 2 of Chamberfest in Ottawa.
The 2022 edition of Ottawa Chamberfest opened last night with gorgeous classical music in the equally gorgeous Carleton-owned Dominion-Chalmers United Church.
In honour of their 50th anniversary and the generosity of Marina Kun and her family, Chamberfest will feature a special event celebrating Kun Shoulder Rest on July 30.
See photos from the final night of Bluesfest 2022.
Lia Kloud, Ja Rule, TLC, Grandson, Sly High, Cleopatrick, Big Zee, and more great acts played Bluesfest on Day 9.
Photos from Day 8 of Bluesfest.
The final night of Bluesfest 2022 features The National, Andy Shauf, The Beaches, and a chance to get a glimpse of the next generation of performers during the Be in the Band and Blues in the Schools showcases on the Sirius XM Stage.
Hip hop on the Main Stage, plus funk, country rock, garage rock and a little EDM to round out Saturday night at Bluesfest.
Thursday night of Bluesfest, in photos.
Chamberfest returns to Ottawa with another incredible lineup for their 2022 summer season.
Fewer bands on the slate for Friday night, but when one of them is Rage Against the Machine, it hardly matters. But if they’re not your thing, there’s plenty of Motown-inflected soul, indie folk-rock, and even some dance music to enjoy.
Gig photos from Wednesday, July 13 at Bluesfest 2022.
Landon Entwistle and Curtis Perry photograph the big acts at Day 5 of Bluesfest.