Welcome to the first snow covered weekend in the city. If the cold temperatures and slippery sidewalks aren’t enough to make you think like a bear and hibernate this weekend, there is plenty to do out and about in Ottawa. So get bundled up and get out there. We promise you it’ll be worth it!
613TV checks out the Hidden Gems of Ottawa, starting in Centretown.
Holiday Boogie is a funk and soul dance party at Babylon Nightclub this Saturday, December 15.
Welcome to March, the time of year when it’s safest to bring an umbrella along with your toque and sunglasses. Just because the weather can’t make up it’s mind doesn’t mean you have to stay inside. Plenty of options this weekend, so enjoy!
Welcome to the weekend, folks!
After what seems like a month of halloween, November has come. As the rain turns to snow and the city prepares to slumber, Ottawa’s weekend warriors will make a desperate last stand against the coming winter.
Fun did not miss Ottawa this weekend! Whether people are just getting into the Halloween festivities, looking for more a more artsy evening, or want to party all night long there’s something for everyone!
Summer is back with a vengeance this weekend, bringing sunny skies and hot hot heat along with it. It’s a great time to get out there and enjoy what this city has to offer, which, as you will see, is plenty.
With so much going on, deciding what to do can be hard. We hope we can help you out with that, in offering you this weekend’s lengthy list of highlights.
Ottawa band Black Oak Decline have taken a musical turn and rebranded as Quite Crimes. They recently released the video to their single Out Of View, the last video filmed at Zaphod’s before it closed earlier this year.
Homeshake took the stage to a packed-in crowd at Babylon Nightclub. The Montreal based Peter Sagar along with his band received a warm welcome and then got straight down to business.
Not thinking the energy levels could get any higher, a triple encore followed and once again the place went crazy.
Dine Alone Records 2017 Tour made a stop in Ottawa at Babylon Nightclub.
Ottawa’s Bonnie Doon will celebrate their first full-length album at Bablyon (317 Bank St) this Saturday, May 20.
Ottawa Showbox is celebrating 5 years with an all ages weekend festival May 26–27 at The Record Centre (1099 Wellington W). Among the performers are G. Grand, Claude Munson, Keturah Johnson, and Nightshades. Tickets cost $8 online and $10 at the door.