This is a show that you don’t want to miss, with local and out of town performers taking the stage.
The crowd was buzzing when Monster Truck took to the stage, an energy building in anticipation.
John 5 brought his Thrills and Chills collective of characters to the Brass Monkey on Friday night, full of costume changes and lighting techniques.
Multitude, Solitude: The Photographs of Dave Heath is a retrospective of a troubled street photographer considered by many to be one of the greatest of his generation.
Ending the night with a 3 song encore, Marianas Trench reminded Ottawa why they are still one of the biggest Canadian pop rock acts.
Who says big bands never stop in Ottawa? Finnish metal legends Children of Bodom were at Bronson Centre Theatre this weekend.
Working with Eminem, Kendrick, Busta Rhymes, Snoop Dogg, Lil’ Wayne and many more, Tech N9ne has a catalogue of hits spanning back to 1997.
The double bill of two great Vancouver based acts had fans on site early, in anticipation for a night full of Pacific North West tunes.
The night ended on a high with Marcus Mumford saying, “As long as we are still a band, we will keep coming back.”
Our architecture photographer Ron Lavoie sets his sights on Carleton University in this photo series.
Grandson headlined a sold out show at Babylon Nightclub on Saturday night.
A sold out Bronson Centre welcomed August Burns Red to the stage.
The Blue Man Group is in Ottawa until Saturday, February 23.
MEGAPHONO is a celebration of our region’s top musicians.
A sold out Bronson Centre theatre welcomed Montreal’s Coeur de pirate on Saturday.