Ottawa’s underground music festival is set to return, albeit in an entirely digital format.
Girls+ Rock Ottawa
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We’ve got a big weekend ahead. As Ottawa enters Stage 2 of reopening, we’ll also be celebrating 613 Day, a birthday party of sorts for Ottawa and Apt613.
Sage donates her time to not-for-profits doing good work. Actively involved in bettering the city, she is an example of a community builder and an outstanding graphic designer.
There’s definitely a theme to events this weekend: from breweries to public marches and everything in between, Ottawa is celebrating International Women’s Day, a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.
Girls+ Rock Ottawa and Apartment613 announce new initiative to increase representation in music journalism
This eight-week course will provide training and mentorship for aspiring music journalists, with the goal of increasing representation in local music journalism.
Holiday markets, local music, book signings and a Middle East Soirée round out some of this weekend’s activities.
See the shows Apt613 contributors look forward to most in Ottawa-Gatineau!
Girls+ Rock Ottawa, Capital Pride • Fierté dans la Capitale and Galerie SAW Gallery present: a workshop and performance with Toronto-based hip hop artist Witch Prophet, a queer Ethiopian-Eritrean woman and mother, self-managed singer/songwriter, and CEO and founder of Heart Lake Records (FKA 88 Days of Fortune). WORKSHOP Witch Prophet will present an afternoon workshop […]
Shows are taking place May 10–12 at General Assembly, The Record Centre, Black Squirrel Books, and Queen Street Fare.
Happy weekend folks! Winterlude may have come and gone, but we’ve still got a few weeks of winter fun to enjoy!
Yeah, it’ll be cold. But there’s still plenty to do in Ottawa, from concerts to galleries to skating. See you out there!
It’s the most festive of weekends in Ottawa, and there’s plenty to do. From craft fairs to holiday concerts, we have your weekend covered.
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!
The first inter-agency Battle of the Bands is taking place Thursday November 22, with a special performance by Salmon Ella, alumni band of the Ottawa Rock Camp for Girls+.