Manitoban thrash punk group Propagandhi toured through Ottawa in support of their seventh full length album, entitled Victory Lap. G.A.S. Drummers and Iron Chic opened the show to a nearly sold out crowd at the Bronson Centre.
Born Ruffians kicked off Thursday evening’s show as part of Rocktober ahead of headliners The New Pornographers at the Bronson Centre.
Scott Helman performs at the Bronson Centre on Friday October 13.
Every Time I Die are in their 19th year as a band, showing no signs of age as they threw down a crazy set.
The bands have been going back and forth at each of their venues as to who will get the headlining duties. On this night Obituary closed out the show, bringing one of the heaviest acts the Bronson Centre has seen in a long time.
Hollerado played to an enthusiastic crowd at the Bronson Centre May 12 with PS I Love You and Everett Bird.
After a week of crazy weather (snow in May?!), we’re in need of some sunshine. Keep your fingers crossed and enjoy all that Ottawa has to offer this weekend!
Hollerado play an all ages hometown show at the Bronson Centre Theatre (211 Bronson Ave) this Friday, May 12.
Veteran singer-songwriter John K. Samson attracted fans from near and far to his show at the Bronson Centre.
Against Me! took to the stage to a sold out crowd ripe with anticipation and ready to rock. The band members fed off the crowd, bouncing around on stage as their infectious punk anthems rang throughout the theatre.
Ottawa was one of the last stops on their North American tour, and the sisters had some great stories to tell of their pilgrimage through Canada during the latest snowstorm.
Agnes Obel is performing Friday March 3 at 8 pm at the Bronson Centre Theatre (211 Bronson Ave).
Welcome back to the weekend, Ottawa. From maple goodness to laughs to extreme sports, this weekend has got it all. Ready, set, find your scene. Festivals The Great Canadian Maple Festival is here! Head down to City Hall all weekend long and tap into the sweetness. Maple everything, craft beer and chainsaw carving for […]
Were you lucky enough to catch Tory Lanez’s sold-out show at the Bronson Centre?
When it comes to the Dandy Warhols, Ottawa is like everyone’s hipster friend: we knew about them before they blew up, but we haven’t really seen them since. The last time the band played the city was in 2000, before “Bohemian Like You” became the hit that it did. At the time the band was […]