Ohio’s Beartooth headlined the night at the Bronson Centre, with Toronto’s Like Pacific and Australian band Hands Like Houses.
Who’s ready for a long weekend? Without further ado, here are some picks for your Easter weekend in Ottawa.
Tokyo Police Club is playing the Bronson Centre April 18, at 7pm, with support from Oshawa band Dizzy.
The National Arts Centre Orchestra presents their program of Ravel and Vivier on April 17 and 18 at the National Arts Centre.
Action Bronson made his way into town on Monday night for a show at Algonquin Commons Theatre.
Everyone’s favourite battle royale with jazz hands is here once again. Show Tune Showdown takes place on April 13 at Meridian Centrepointe Theatre.
Orville Peck plays The Dominion Tavern on Thursday, April 11.
The Tea Party will be playing their second show in as many months at Algonquin Commons Theatre tonight with Winnipeg’s The Proud Sons opening the show at 8pm.
Flying Hórses aka Jade Bergeron’s second album, Reverie, made its way into the world.
The crowd was buzzing when Monster Truck took to the stage, an energy building in anticipation.
Shows are taking place May 10–12 at General Assembly, The Record Centre, Black Squirrel Books, and Queen Street Fare.
The Tea Party plays the first of two shows in Ottawa on March 25. A handful of floor tickets were released recently. They return April 9.
John 5 brought his Thrills and Chills collective of characters to the Brass Monkey on Friday night, full of costume changes and lighting techniques.
Mushy Gushy, Sparklesaurus, and Expanda Fuzz are playing at The Commons in Mediastyle (131 Bank St, 3rd floor) which is a beautiful space located in an historic building.
Wintersleep is playing Bronson Centre Theatre this Saturday March 23.