Well it’s not quite December, but we’re firmly into holiday events. With so many of our favourite annual events online, it’s easier than ever to take them all in.
Even if Halloween is mostly cancelled, there is still Halloween candy and scary movies to get us through the weekend!
Anyone else lose track of time after a long weekend? This weekend roundup doesn’t pay attention to days of the week; rather, this weekend is about grooving to local music, enjoying local food and going on local adventures.
Marvest festival organizers have announced that this year’s festival is going virtual, with online concerts from 15 of the region’s most exciting artists.
Welcome to another beautiful weekend in the city. Straddled on the cusp of summer meets fall, the mornings are crisp and cool, but the afternoons still bring warmth and sunshine. There is plenty to do around town this weekend and we here at Apt613 can’t wait to tell you about it.
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.
CityFolk was packed Friday night as festival goers took in the sights and sounds of 54-40, William Prince, Flint Eastwood, Humble Pie and more. Marvest kicked off with free shows in bars and shops along Bank Street.
The heat of the summer has finally broken and it is time for cozy sweaters, apple cider, warm socks, and fall adventures. Ottawa is a bustling city, so to help you out in your adventuring, we’ve compiled a list of the city’s best this coming weekend.
A total of 65 bands and 24 venues are participating in the offshoot festival.
This year’s CityFolk runs for five days from Wednesday, September 12 through Sunday, September 16.
Terry Steeves: “He dished it out in spades… and we loved it all.”
A short but sweet half-hour set by Ottawa-based duo Etoile Noire drew a roomful of listeners into The Papery at Bank and Fifth early Friday night as part of Marvest, CityFolk Festival’s selection of locally produced music.
CityFolk Festival continued Friday night along with performances at various venues along Bank Street for Marvest, a feast of locally produced music.
With sun in the forecast, this weekend looks to be a great one to spend outside. Whether you’re enjoying CityFolk or running the Army Run, now is the time to (finally!) enjoy some summer weather!
Du 13 au 17 septembre 2017, la pelouse du parc Lansdowne accueillera plusieurs grands noms dans le cadre d’un festival toujours en expansion. L’une des innovations des dernières années fut le volet parallèle baptisé Marvest et qui se présente comme une grande moisson musicale ottavienne. Les 15 et 16 septembre, 52 formations locales et 19 établissements participeront à cette grande fête musicale en bordure du site principale et à travers le quartier du Glebe. Tous les concerts sous l’affiche Marvest seront gratuits. Sans plus attendre, voici quelques concerts que nous recommandons !