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.
Renowned vocalists Holly Cole, Dominique Fils-Aimé, Leanne Betasamosake Simpson headline the 2022 Winter Jazz Fest
Winter Jazz Fest will cover two weekends instead of one.
Fans came out in large numbers to pack Club SAW and were treated to a wonderful night of beautiful music by dreampop band Dizzy.
Celebrated indie band Fleece formed in Montreal and are now based in Toronto. Last night’s show was the first stop of their tour in support of their most recent album, Stunning and Atrocious.
Happy November! As more events keep going live, and cool things are popping up all over town, I hope you’re enjoying yourselves, friends! We are solidly into that part of the year when snow could be on the horizon any day now, and Mother Nature is keeping us all on our toes. Take this as […]
Welcome to the first weekend of fall, folks! The weather is cooling, the leaves are changing, and there is plenty going on – so let’s get out there and enjoy ourselves this weekend.
Summer is not over yet, so as the community’s vaccination numbers rise, take advantage of Ottawa’s hot summer days to soak up some sun, catch up with some friends, and get reacquainted with all the cool nooks and crannies of the city that we love! Stay safe, celebrate August, check in on your isolated friends and family, and take care of one another!
SAW invites music fans and film lovers to congregate under the stars for a special edition of Summer Nights, a summer festival every weekend this month.
Shot behind closed doors at Club SAW, Asuquomo’s extraordinary set for Pique is now streaming on-demand.
On Saturday, June 12, a new artist-driven event series will launch in Ottawa with live streamed performances by a group of eclectic musical, visual, and multimedia artists.
This week in the Future of Ottawa series, we are looking at music infrastructure. Read on for a guest post from Rachel Weldon on concert promotion.
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There was a tie for Song of the Year at the inaugural Capital Music Awards.
In this liminal moment between Daylight Savings and the first day of spring we are presented with what looks like the perfect pre-spring weekend!
There’s a lot of good food in Ottawa.