The famous blues bar will close after one last show by guitarist Tony D on Saturday night, Sept. 18.
If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that you should take advantage of things when you can, because you never know when they’ll be taken away from you, closed for months, or shutter before you get the chance to get there. Carpe diem and check out all these great events taking place this weekend while you can!
We have arrived at the last of the magical long weekends of the summer! The weather looks wonderful and with things continuing to reopen around town, there is plenty of music, art, and exercise to fill your days. Make sure to don your mask and bring your sanitizer and enjoy the goings-on safely.
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.
Welcome to the first snow covered weekend in the city. If the cold temperatures and slippery sidewalks aren’t enough to make you think like a bear and hibernate this weekend, there is plenty to do out and about in Ottawa. So get bundled up and get out there. We promise you it’ll be worth it!
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+.
It’s another jam packed weekend in Ottawa so without further ado, here are some picks for how to spend your weekend!
Another year is here. And though Canada 150 is over, there’s plenty to do in Ottawa. Check out our picks for this weekend’s events below.
Maeve Lalonde, who goes by Méabh (pronounced Meave), is an singer and songwriter based out of Ottawa and is hoping to release her first EP by Christmas of this year. She is a person of many talents that include open mic host, indie music songwriter and composer, and stand up comic. She’s graced the small […]
This weekend marks Canada’s 150th anniversary since Confederation and there are plenty of events taking place to celebrate the occasion, but if you are looking for something more low key, there are still many a thing to choose from. Here’s a few ideas to get you started.
Philip Sayce’s playing style combines elements of soul, funk, and rock along a solid blues backbone.
We’ve got a long weekend ahead of us so without further ado, let’s get to it. It’s opening day at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park as the Ottawa Champions take on the New Jersey Jackals Thursday night. If you’re pleasantly surprised to learn Ottawa has a ball team, you’ll probably be even more pleasantly surprised […]
Kind friends and supporters of Ottawa’s Queen of the Blues, Maria Hawkins, showed up in droves to her fundraising concert at The Rainbow this past Sunday, which featured an enormous list of performers from Ottawa and abroad. One act after another flowed seamlessly through a variety of musical styles ranging from roots, folk, and blues, […]
While many are at home on Tuesday night getting ready for the following midweek hump day, one of the Capital’s best kept secrets, An Evening of Sin, unfolds at the Rainbow Bistro. After 9 p.m., the ByWard Market shuts off its lights, but the Rainbow transforms into a vibrant, lively and enchanting Burlesque cabaret. An […]
Every once in awhile, you come across an opening act you’ve never seen or heard of, but catches you off-guard at just how great they are…this was one such band I had the pleasure of seeing earlier in the spring of 2014. Great musicianship, well-written originals, and the energetic antics of super front man/vocalist, Warren […]