There’s a lot to look forward to in 2019 (a certain blog is turning 10!) and this final weekend of 2018 is a great way to close out another exciting year in Ottawa. Read on for a roundup of New Year’s Eve events and have a fun, safe weekend!
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The snow has arrived and the reality that winter is here is setting in. While the frigid temperatures may have you wanting to stay inside, hibernating and watching Netflix all weekend, there is plenty to do just beyond your doorstep—if you are willing to brave the cold!
Nearly 40 years after her first show, a now fully-matured Chandra is back on stage performing those same songs written at age 12 at Black Squirrel Books this Friday November 16, joined by Toronto experimental electronic artist New Chance, and Ottawa synth krautrocker Klapshmock.
The season’s wind down is upon us and the days are growing shorter. Thankfully for all, this holiday weekend is a day longer than typical and we can enjoy another late summer’s night.
Get out there and enjoy your weekend. Take lots of photos and be sure to tag them with #APT613.
Ottawa’s second annual soul music festival sold out Black Squirrel Books and House of TARG.
The only thing spookier than Friday the 13th is snow in the forecast for mid-April, both of which are things we have to look forward to this weekend. Have no fear, though, because your guide to the weekend is full of hot coffee, cold beer and cool shows.
Heads up: Organizers say tickets are moving fast and last year’s inaugural Bangers & Mash sold out in advance.
Le 14 avril prochain se tiendra la deuxième édition du festival Bangers and Mash. Au menu cette année, dix artistes (8 groupes et 2 djs) qui se partageront les scènes du House of Targ et du Black Squirrel Books.
It might not be a long weekend, but there are more than enough events to fill your weekend.
For many, this weekend in Ottawa will include references to a giant anthropomorphic bunny with a fascination with chocolate. For others, it won’t.
Whether you’re celebrating the long weekend with family or by your lonesome, there’s plenty to do. Check out our list of the highlights below.
This weekend, daylight savings officially begins in Ottawa, meaning this weekend is the shortest of the year. We’d better make it count.
Ottawa-Gatineau’s annual music showcase festival runs until February 10.
The Social Book Exchange is taking place at Citizen (207 Gilmour St) from 8–11pm on Sunday, January 28.
Looking to get your matcha fix? We’ve rounded up some of the best matcha in the city!