Dear Rouge have been making up for lost time in 2022. Ever since it’s become safe (okay, safer) to get together and enjoy live music again, the Vancouver-based married duo of Drew and Danielle McTaggart have been relentlessly touring, first with a handful of shows, including opening for Vance Joy in Toronto and Vancouver, as […]
Bronson Centre Music Theatre
The Cranium Art Project’s fourth annual Cranium Festival is scheduled to go down between Thursday, September 29 and Saturday, October 1.
The Boom 99.7 Legends series continued last night with Canadian icons The Box, who have been staples on Canadian airwaves since the early ’80s.
Toronto-based jazz group BADBADNOTGOOD played Bronson Centre last Thursday, with Montrealer Skiifall opening.
The Bronson Centre was filled with southern roots rock on June 4, with a concert by the Cory James Mitchell band and Blackberry Smoke.
The band’s set was a mixture of both Saint Asonia songs as well as several Three Days Grace songs, and the packed house at the Bronson Centre loved all of it.
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.
The great weather is here and there’s so much to take in this weekend! Whether it’s a great community walk, music, local vendor markets, a sports match or even the stars above, there’s plenty no matter what you’re in the mood for. Enjoy it safely and let us know what you get up to! Ongoing/all […]
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.
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.
The Bronson Centre was jam packed as fans treated to a set of new and old songs from the band’s expansive catalogue.
This gift guide is for your creative friends and family, whether they create or consume art, or enjoy doing both. Feel free to treat yourself to these awesome experiences and opportunities too. After all, when do we ever have too much art and culture in our lives?!
Crown Lands made their way to Ottawa on Friday night for a night packed with rock & roll goodness.
July Talk will be back at the Bronson Centre on Wednesday, December 1st for a second show that has a few tickets left.
This weekend marks the end of November and, with December quickly approaching, the holiday season has begun. While you could keep yourself as busy as Santa on Christmas Eve with all the craft fairs and holiday markets this weekend, there are a few other great things happening here in Ottawa that you won’t want to miss out on either.