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.
Charlebois has approached the project with a can-do attitude. “I woke up one day and thought, [starting a photo zine] would be cool. Ottawa has a lot of great things and I think most of them are just started by people wanting to have that in their city.”
By the time they hit the stage, The 27 Club was jam packed with fans eager to see the Edmonton band.
Renowned photographer Jodi Cobb, known for lifting the curtain on hidden societies, comes to the National Arts Centre on Tuesday March 3 in the first of its new National Geographic Live Speaker Series.
Supporting their most recent release, The Beaches made a stop in Ottawa last night.
Beloved troubadour Craig Cardiff played two sold out shows at the Black Sheep Inn on this snowy Sunday in Wakefield.
The 27 Club was packed from front to back for the sold out show.
Half Moon Run made their debut headlining arena show, and Ottawa responded with a sold-out crowd.
You simply cannot feel anything but energized at a Caveboy performance
A young local band sold out LIVE! on Elgin for their debut EP release party.
From the start, Alex Cuba and his multi-talented band captivated the crowd at Babs Asper Theatre of the National Arts Centre.
Quiet Crimes and Finger Eleven played the Bronson Centre Music Theatre on Saturday night.
Fleece opened for Born Ruffians at Bronson Centre Music Theatre.
Hollerado said goodbye (well, kind of since they live around here) to their hometown crowd for the last time on their farewell tour.
Curators decided on this theme after noticing how frequently monsters appear in Renaissance and Baroque works in the gallery’s collection of prints and drawings.