We’ve arrived at another weekend here in this great city and with it brings the start of a new season, sunny skies, and hot summer heat. There is so much to do to celebrate the arrival of the summer solstice, whether at home or outdoors, so we will get right to it.
The brothers thanked fans for coming out for what could be the last show for the foreseeable future, as concerts will continue to be postponed.
Half Moon Run made their debut headlining arena show, and Ottawa responded with a sold-out crowd.
Half Moon Run is performing at TD Place on Friday, January 31.
The new club is financially backed by a major Spanish club and aims to begin play at TD Place in 2020.
Whether you are settling back into routine, or fulfilling your resolution to have more fun this year, the city has a variety of cool things to get into this weekend.
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With Pittsburgh currently ahead in the standings, Friday’s game is effectively a must-win for the Fury if they want to host a playoff match.
Nothing beats a summer weekend, and the weeks are beginning to feel shorter and shorter as the days get longer.
Prior to the match, TD Place will be hosting a watch party for the Canadian national team’s match against New Zealand at the Women’s World Cup. That game will start at 3pm and will be shown on the stadiums big screen.
It may have been a tough year to be a Senators fan, but the 67’s ensured it was still a great time to watch hockey in Ottawa.
July Talk will be hanging out at Compact Music on Saturday, collecting non-perishable food bank donations. They’ll then be heading over to TD Place for their show with Metric.
The weekend has arrived and it is time to get out and about and enjoy the goings on in this fine city. There is plenty to see and do—and eat—this weekend, so we will get right to it.
Ottawa Fury FC plays their home opener versus Nashville SC at TD Place this Saturday, April 6.
Ending the night with a 3 song encore, Marianas Trench reminded Ottawa why they are still one of the biggest Canadian pop rock acts.