The band’s set was a mixture of both Saint Asonia songs as well as several Three Days Grace songs, and the packed house at the Bronson Centre loved all of it.
Last night was the first stop of Texas King’s Changes tour, in support of their recently released EP.
The Bronson Centre was jam packed as fans treated to a set of new and old songs from the band’s expansive catalogue.
Fans came out in large numbers to pack Club SAW and were treated to a wonderful night of beautiful music by dreampop band Dizzy.
Celebrated indie band Fleece formed in Montreal and are now based in Toronto. Last night’s show was the first stop of their tour in support of their most recent album, Stunning and Atrocious.
Welcome to the first weekend of fall, folks! The weather is cooling, the leaves are changing, and there is plenty going on – so let’s get out there and enjoy ourselves this weekend.
SAW invites music fans and film lovers to congregate under the stars for a special edition of Summer Nights, a summer festival every weekend this month.
This week in the Future of Ottawa series, we’re taking a deep dive into four of Ottawa’s most unique music communities—what they’re like now and where things are heading. Read on for a guest post from Adriana Ciccone on the future of experimental music in Ottawa.
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Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls are returning to Ottawa this week. They’ve played many staple Ottawa festivals including the Folk Festival (CityFolk) and Bluesfest and will be playing the Bronson Center for a second time this Saturday, March 12th at 7 p.m. Spending most of his time on the road, Turner was in Vancouver when he […]
Contest: Apt613 has one pair of tickets to give away for this Xavier Rudd and the United Nations show. The lucky winner will also have the opportunity to meet Xavier Rudd. To enter, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org telling us what the album title, Nanna, signifies. A winner will be chosen by random draw on […]
The long weekend is upon us, Ottawans! Kick things off with Soup Ottawa, the local micro-grant participatory dinner event. Who doesn’t love soup, and who doesn’t love hearing great ideas? This event has plenty of both. My Summer Crush improv series continues, tickling your funny bone with some musical comedy, Ladystache from Toronto, and a […]
This Friday Amos the Transparent will take the stage at Mavericks for the Indie Rock Holiday party with a special End Of The World twist. To find out a bit more about their plans for an indie rock holiday, we sent a few questions of to Jon Chandler from Amos the Transparent. Apartment613: What are […]