The Legends concert series continued last night at the Bronson Centre Music Theatre with Canadian rock icons Honeymoon Suite. The band played a perfect set of feel-good classics from their catalogue of hits, in a show that was fit for an arena.
Opening the night was Joe Sumner, Sting’s son.
He rolled back the years for many in the crowd.
Imagine Dragons were in town at the Canadian Tire Centre, playing to a packed crowd of fans.
Last night was the first time both lead vocalists Edwin and Brian Byrne have appeared with the band, which was a truly unique experience for longtime fans.
April’s Awesome Ottawa award goes to Ariane Bédard, Isabelle Poirier, Firdous Nizar, and the Ottawa Design Club to help create a strong community of local creative people.
Jim Bryson lit up Red Bird, Ottawa’s newest music venue, in an evening of camaraderie, jokes, stories, and good old songwriting craftsmanship that stretched across his catalogue.
Ottawa New Music Creators’ 2021-22 season ended on a definite high with violinist Marc Djokic, visual artist Avery Zhao, and dancer Ariana Pirela Sánchez delivering a highly innovative new program for a full crowd.
Debaser hosted Mother Tongues, Tinkertoy Fog Machine, and Avalon Tassonyi in a sonically diverse evening at Club SAW ranging from introspective banjo to buzzsaw guitars.
Norwegian rockers Leprous made a triumphant return to Ottawa at the Bronson Centre Music Theatre, having last played in the nation’s capital when Obama was president and now with three more albums to draw from, including last year’s Aphelion.
Canadian punk rock icons Billy Talent were back in town after several years away, to play a packed TD Place Arena.
Celebrating three years of existence, this local organization empowers Ottawa film photographers through accessible publications of regular zines, print sales, and education opportunities. Happy birthday, Do It For The Grain!
Mark Fewer, Yolanda Bruno, Julian Schwarz, and Joel Quarrington. Four of the most popular classical musicians in North America came together at Chamberfest.
A pair of outstanding Ottawa acts, ISØBEL and Fire Antlers, played an intimate seated show at Club SAW with Montreal songwriter Kristian North.
When a longstanding regular at Centretown coffeehouse Arlington 5 pitched an idea to founder/owner Jessie Duffy, a unique collaboration with the School of Industrial Design at Carleton University followed. Those conversations led to Urban Imaginaries, a bold new project whose purpose “is to see people engage in everyday spaces in ways that are beyond transactional, and to open up a conversation around imagining multiple possibilities for the spaces we inhabit.”