Queen St. Fare
House of PainT fest exhibits and uplifts the best of Ottawa hip hop arts and culture—08.23.19 to 08.25.19
Local graffiti artists, dance crews, deejays, poets and emcees are celebrated and elevated by the annual House of PainT Festival.
Nothing beats a summer weekend, and the weeks are beginning to feel shorter and shorter as the days get longer.
Music.Art.Ppl provides accessible spaces for artists to showcase and collaborate with their community
Music.Art.Ppl’s next event is Friday May 10 with Niko Schwind from Berlin, Germany at the 27 Club.
Who’s ready for a long weekend? Without further ado, here are some picks for your Easter weekend in Ottawa.
Shows are taking place May 10–12 at General Assembly, The Record Centre, Black Squirrel Books, and Queen Street Fare.
It’s technically the first weekend of spring, so the sun should be shining, the puddles will be forming, and Ottawaians (Ottawans?) may start to feel like spring will actually happen!
Whether you’re celebrating Pi Day or St Patrick’s Day, this is a great weekend to round up some friends and have a good time.
The days are growing longer and spring is just around the corner. In the wee hours of Sunday morn’, we will spring forward and the sun will set an hour later.
There’s plenty on offer this weekend from Valentines Day events, to beer, to Winterlude.
Narcy is at Queen St. Fare on Friday February 15.
After Canada 150, Ottawa proved that it could keep the momentum going in 2018 with plenty of festivals, new openings, and a constant flow of picturesque views.
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.
With the end of the year fast approaching, the holiday cheer can make winter’s cold temperatures a little less frigid. The holidays are a time to get together and this weekend provides plenty of opportunity to indulge and get some of your gift-getting out of the way.
Queen St. Fare is also one of the few food halls popping up across North America with entertainment on the menu.
Before the sun came up on Friday December 7, Queen St. Fare, Ottawa’s first food hall, had opened its doors to the public for the first time.