“HINKYPUNK” is a dance work that explores the ways that identity, iconography and popular culture overlap. The performance comes to Ottawa this fall.
Sights & Sounds
Bluesfest takes its turn at Lansdowne for its own weekend, boasting a lineup of iconic Canadian performers. Check out our day-by-day roundup for what to expect!
Natalie Bruvels’ MFA grad work is a melding of both her 10 year-old son Tomson’s schooling and her own—so much so that many professors have remarked how this is also Tomson’s MFA.
This fall, artist-run centre DAÏMÔN invites artists to “push the limits of their practice” by applying to their different residencies and programs.
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Dean Brody headlined country music night at CityFolk.
The famous blues bar will close after one last show by guitarist Tony D on Saturday night, Sept. 18.
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.
If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that you should take advantage of things when you can, because you never know when they’ll be taken away from you, closed for months, or shutter before you get the chance to get there. Carpe diem and check out all these great events taking place this weekend while you can!
Get a new perspective on fall as you zipline from one platform to another through the trees of Gatineau Park.
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House of PainT’s street dance battles are back and taking place in September throughout Ottawa. Check out “Take It to The Streets” in a neighbourhood near you to either watch or compete for a prize!