Hollerado said goodbye (well, kind of since they live around here) to their hometown crowd for the last time on their farewell tour.
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.
Holiday markets, local music, book signings and a Middle East Soirée round out some of this weekend’s activities.
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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.
HOPE Volleyball Summerfest is hosting Elijah Woods X Jamie Fine, The Beaches and Hollerado. Read on for an interview with Hollerado frontman Menno Versteeg.
Another summer weekend is here and it is HOT-tawa!
What better way to celebrate the holidays than with Apt613’s Christmas playlist, featuring songs recorded by artists from or based right here in Ottawa.
Another great year of free concerts ended with a spectacular double rainbow over the entire crowd.
See Broken Social Scene, Wintersleep, Gianna Lauren, Hollerado, and many more perform free concerts at the Dragon Boat Festival this weekend, June 21–24.
Broken Social Scene, Sam Roberts Band, Wintersleep headline the 2018 Dragon Boat Festival concert lineup
The Dragon Boat Festival concert series is taking place at Mooney’s Bay Park from June 21–24, 2018. Admission is free.
Apt613 has a unique take on the “best” albums of 2017. We’ve looked to the charts published by CHUO 89.1FM to see which records made the most highest weekly appearances.
New Swears, Dilly Dally, Hollerado and Tokyo Police Club lit up Hopped & Confused Festival, despite the concert venue losing electricity for about an hour during their sets.
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!