This week in the Future of Ottawa series, we are looking at music infrastructure. Read on for a guest post from Rachel Weldon on concert promotion.
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This week in the Future of Ottawa series, we are looking at music infrastructure. Read on for a guest post from Jordan David on the future of music labels.
This week in the Future of Ottawa series, we are looking at music infrastructure. Read on for a guest post from Paul ‘Yogi’ Granger on the future of venues.
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Beyond that, Bruce White’s announcement does not provide specifics. “I’ll leave it to the new owners to tell you what they’ve got planned. Soon, they’ll be introducing themselves.”
After a short week, we have arrived at what looks to be yet another nice weekend! Things are opening up a bit here in Ottawa and we can finally do things like see friends (outdoors, and at a distance), kick a ball around the soccer field, or play a few rounds of golf. There are also some other events taking place this weekend and Apt613 has the details for you below.
Ottawa’s Kathleen Edwards returns to the NPR Tiny Desk concert series with a four-song set drawn from her newest record, Total Freedom.
Tickets are free for the EU Short Film Festival this weekend.
Day 2 of MEGAPHONO’s virtual concert series starts out with Jane Inc., Lia Kloud, and Akeem Oh on the bill.
Live Stream: Fanclubwallet, Cadence Weapon, Sydanie, Sara Hennessey & Allison Johnston at MEGAPHONO—May 26 at 7:30pm
And that’s a wrap on MEGAPHONO VI!
MEGAPHONO’s virtual concert series continues.
Ottawa’s Lonely Boy, Bucko Art Machine, and Leith Ross are first up in MEGAPHONO’s virtual showcase.
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