The City of Ottawa’s rebranded #ottmusic program is about more than 3-1-1 waiting music this year. Locally based artists can now apply for OC Transpo busking permits and submit music to a new curated playlist.
Today’s announcement is the first of several before the full concert schedule is made available by Dragon Boat Festival organizers.
The Lumineers made their way onto stage the Canadian Tire Centre to a packed arena on Saturday night.
The packed crowd was buzzing throughout the show, and were left cheering, in the hopes the message was received loud and clear by the band—don’t wait another decade before coming back to town.
BFFs: “If you’re a fan of the movie, or a fan of this era of hair bands, or just want a trip down memory lane, Rock of Ages is well worth it. You’ll leave tapping your foot, banging your head and grinning from ear to ear.”
Interview: Ryan Dahle’s Limblifter is touring the 20th anniversary vinyl release of Bellaclava—03.07.20 at 27 Club
Limblifter return to Ottawa after a twelve year absence. They’re playing The 27 Club on Saturday, March 7.
By the time they hit the stage, The 27 Club was jam packed with fans eager to see the Edmonton band.
See the shows Apt613 contributors look forward to most in Ottawa-Gatineau!
Supporting their most recent release, The Beaches made a stop in Ottawa last night.
New this year is a pre-festival bash at Queen St. Fare featuring Bangers & Mash alumni the Mackenzie Rhythm Section and Slack Bridges on Saturday, February 29.
Alanis Morissette, Daniel Caesar, Haviah Mighty, Patrick Watson and 90+ artists joint the 2020 Bluesfest lineup
Bluesfest has now announced *most* of their 2020 lineup.
Beloved troubadour Craig Cardiff played two sold out shows at the Black Sheep Inn on this snowy Sunday in Wakefield.
Ottawa-born songwriter Jasmine Trails aka Allie O’Manique released her debut EP and performed a set at Club SAW in the same week.
Today we are so excited to announce that we will now be directly collaborating with Algonquin College and incorporating Ottawa Showbox into its curriculum as a part of its School of Media & Design. This means that Showbox will continue to exist, but with the support of faculty at Algonquin and student contributors from the School of Media and Design
The 27 Club was packed from front to back for the sold out show.