After a surprisingly warm start to November, we’ve got some cooler temperatures in the forecast for this weekend. The good news is that we’ve also got plenty of events lined up to keep you busy.
After two years of COVID-imposed absence, the Ottawa Dragonboat Festival made its triumphant return this past weekend with plenty of live music, including headliners The Strumbellas and Serena Ryder.
Canada’s Walk of Fame singer-songwriter Serena Ryder hit the stage at The Rainbow Bistro this weekend.
Jazzfest lineup: Feist, Robert Glasper Experiment, Mark Guiliana Jazz Quartet, and The Bad Plus included in the 25+ artists announced
Bill Frisell, Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, Maceo Parker & the Ray Charles Orchestra, Joss Stone, Mavis Staples, Hiromi, Pierre Kwenders, Caravan Palace, and many more join the Jazzfest 2017 lineup.
There was definitely no lack of participation as the crowd clappa-ed their hands and stompa-ed their feet to Canadian singer-songwriter Serena Ryder’s performance at the Ottawa Folk Fest on Thursday night. Ryder, whose set followed an unforgettable performance by New Zealand teen sensation Lorde, unleashed her hit single “Stompa” to kick off her concert. I […]
[vimeo width=”600″ height=”450″]http://vimeo.com/99286838[/vimeo] You’d think that with back to school and the re-start that comes every September, things would quiet down around the city. Except it’s Ottawa, where we organize as many events as possible to take advantage of any warm-ish weather. Spend the whole weekend outdoors at the Ottawa Folk Fest, with a diverse […]