We’re dashing right along towards the holidays and there’s no time like the present to get outside and enjoy the sights and sounds! From holiday markets to Christmas lights to decorated window displays, there’s sure to be something to put you in a festive mood.
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If you haven’t checked out the fall colours in Gatineau Park yet, the long weekend is looking like the perfect time to go!
Marvest takes place at over 20 shops and venues on Bank Street, between Lansdowne Park and the Queensway, on Friday September 13 and Saturday September 14, 2019. Admission is free.
Holiday Boogie is a funk and soul dance party at Babylon Nightclub this Saturday, December 15.
Ottawa’s second annual soul music festival sold out Black Squirrel Books and House of TARG.
Heads up: Organizers say tickets are moving fast and last year’s inaugural Bangers & Mash sold out in advance.
Le 14 avril prochain se tiendra la deuxième édition du festival Bangers and Mash. Au menu cette année, dix artistes (8 groupes et 2 djs) qui se partageront les scènes du House of Targ et du Black Squirrel Books.
Welcome to March, the time of year when it’s safest to bring an umbrella along with your toque and sunglasses. Just because the weather can’t make up it’s mind doesn’t mean you have to stay inside. Plenty of options this weekend, so enjoy!
Harea Band is performing at Babylon Nightclub (317 Bank St) with special guests Slack Bridges, Aspects & Jeff DeValk on March 2, 2018.
Watch this space while the Top 50 countdown continues daily until NYE.
The Harea Band got things off to an energetic start early Tuesday night under the Bluesville tent, with their sophisticated brand of pop funk jazziness that had the crowd unable to sit still.
After a one day break, Bluesfest was back at it Tuesday night. The energy was high as the likes of Fetty Wap, Rezz, July Talk and RL Grimes took to the stage to packed crowds.
Harea Band played Mercury Lounge on June 8 2017.
Harea Band will be at Mercury Lounge June 8. Tickets are $10 at the door, but you can grab one for half price if you bring a used book to donate to the Ottawa Public Library.