“One thing’s for sure, we feel like we’re playing better than we ever used to.”
Bronson Centre Theatre
While the Friday night Bronson Centre Music Theatre show has received most of the publicity as the “last Ottawa show,” those willing to make the drive out to Neat Coffee Shop in Burnstown on Sunday will get to see the band in an intimate venue, much closer to their 2007 roots.
Longtime fans of the band will be excited to know the setlist includes a complete performance of Moist’s debut album, Silver, including hits the band had never played live before this tour.
Gig Pick: Hollerado call it quits but play Ottawa one last time—11.22.19 at Bronson Centre Music Theatre
The response to Hollerado’s retirement has been quite strong, with quick sellouts at many shows on the “One Last Time” tour.
Little Jo Berry’s 3rd Birthday Party is happening this Friday at the Bronson Centre.
Wintersleep is playing Bronson Centre Theatre this Saturday March 23.
Who says big bands never stop in Ottawa? Finnish metal legends Children of Bodom were at Bronson Centre Theatre this weekend.
A sold out Bronson Centre welcomed August Burns Red to the stage.
Coeur de Pirate is performing at the Bronson Centre Theatre on Friday February 1st.
Making reference to the first time they played Ottawa, Tyler Connolly mentioned Zaphod Beeblebrox. “We were the opener and maybe four people showed up, five if you count the bartender.”
The Bronson Centre Theatre was packed with fans who grew up listening to their work, as they began in 1999 and went until 2011, before getting the band back together in 2015.
The Sheepdogs will be at the Bronson Centre Theatre on Saturday March 3.
The band thanked the large crowd for showing up “on a school night” as they brought the house down with an enthused set.
The band was fresh and energized. Said The Whale just embarked on their As Long As Your Eyes Are Wide tour, with Ottawa being only the third stop of their journey.
John K. Samson and The Winter Wheat play Bronson Centre Theatre on Friday April 7. Michael Feuerstack will open the show.