Dear Rouge brought a stage show full of colour and light.
In late September, Sparks Street came to life as the Living Statues Festival hit the street.
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Montreal’s Messora embraced the eerie atmosphere that the rest of the night would bring, filling the entirety of Mavericks with red light and smoke.
As part of his 3-year farewell tour, Elton John made his way to the Canadian Tire Centre for a night to remember.
Zola Jesus played the 27 club on Tuesday evening, treating the crowd to some dark synth-pop.
The Bronson Centre was packed for Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls.
With last weekend marking a year since the band was last in Ottawa at Cityfolk, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats packed the TD Place Arena.
Coeur de Pirate is not done in Gatineau, as she has a second performance Wednesday night that has already sold out.
From the moment she strummed and sang the first note of “Jesse”, she had the audience under her spell.
Terry Steeves: “His smoky soulful voice was as crisp and strong as it was then, and the song’s cool jazz groove kept the audience in dance mode.”
Headliner Hozier drew a large crowd Saturday night to the City Stage.
Terry Steeves: “CityFolk marked the band’s second gig together with the new configuration, but their spot-on musicianship, on-stage chemistry, and tightness made it seem they’d already played thousands of times.”
CityFolk was packed Friday night as festival goers took in the sights and sounds of 54-40, William Prince, Flint Eastwood, Humble Pie and more. Marvest kicked off with free shows in bars and shops along Bank Street.
Terry Steeves: From behind the 30-foot high chain link curtain, David Byrne emerged, dressed in a pale grey suit to match the décor. Taking his place at the desk, he looked every bit the mad scientist as he scooped up the brain into his hands. In true David Byrne style, an artistic landscape of sight and sound was cast.