Some of the biggest names in hip-hop took the main stage at Bluesfest on Saturday night.
The heaviest night of Bluesfest saw bands such as Alexisonfire, TPain, The Offspring, The Dirty Nil and more.
Photos of Kane Brown, Shakey Graves, Murda Beatz and more from Day 7 of Bluesfest.
Photos of Logic, Ziggy Alberts, Garçons and more from Day 6 of Bluesfest.
There were fireworks, pyro, smoke, confetti, and much more on Day 5 of Bluesfest.
Photos from Moscow Apartment all the way to The Glorious Sons on Day 3 of Bluesfest.
Yungblud stole the show on Day 2 of Bluesfest
CHVRCHES, Alt-J, Nao, U.S. Girls, The Eagle River Singers, plus Little Steven & The Disciples of Soul made it into Apt613’s Day 1 photo gallery.
Over 10,000 people crowded Parliament Hill to Marie-Mai, Cœur de Pirate, Shawnee, K’naan, Alan Doyle, The Strumbellas, Crystal Shawanda, Brett Kissel, William Prince and *gasps* Ryan Reynolds.
The Roots took to the TD Ottawa Jazzfest stage last night and showed us why the legendary Philadelphia hip-hop crew is among the greatest touring bands on earth.
Norah Jones headlined a sold-out concert at Jazzfest on Tuesday night.
Judith Hill headlined opening night of the 2019 Jazzfest
You’ve heard of Doors Open Ottawa…
Matthew Hinther has lived in The Glebe for 43 years, growing with the neighbourhood and developing an intimate relationship with it.
Letting the audience know it was his final stop of a tour that has spanned across continents in the past few months, Wainwright was ready to leave it all on the stage.