With May just around the corner, the weather has warmed from the snow and ice of a few short weeks ago and we can finally pack away our winter jackets. Going outside has become a whole lot more hospitable – and just in time, as there is plenty to get out and do this weekend in Ottawa!
After a disappointing road trip to start the season, Ottawa Fury FC is looking to earn a win in front of home support at TD Place.
Porter played in Tampa for the 2017 season, but is back in Ottawa for a second stint, having played here in 2016. He credits his relationship with GM and former teammate Julian de Guzman with bringing him back.
With a brand new album released 49 years after becoming a band, Judas Priest took to the stage at TD Place on Sunday March 25.
All of the hits were played, from “Hot Blooded” to “Cold As Ice” to “Juke Box Hero”.
Spring has sprung and we’re looking at sunshine and positive temperatures this weekend! We’ve got theatre, concerts, food and more lined up this weekend.
Ottawa Fury FC kicks off their 2018 season on the road, March 17. A local supporters’ club is hosting a viewing party at Vimy Brewing Company (145 Loretta Ave N) on Saturday. Kickoff is at 7pm.
Tourigny and the 67’s take on Gatineau Olympiques in outdoor game at TD Place on Sunday, December 17.
It was Classic Rock night on the third and final instalment of the Grey Cup Concert Series and legions of long-time Trooper and April Wine fans were out in full force.
The second night of the Grey Cup Concert Series got underway Friday with a roster of Canadian Alternative Rock bands inside TD Place Arena.
Night number one of Ottawa’s Grey Cup Concert Series at TD Place Arena offered up some Canada’s best country music artists. There was something for everyone from the knee-slapping, hand-clapping classic forms to the realms of rock, pop, soul, and hip-hop influences.
The Grey Cup Festival is taking over Ottawa from the arrival of the Grey Cup Tuesday to the big game Sunday.
Rock For Public Services celebrated their 10th anniversary in style Saturday night with amazing performances by The Cooper Brothers, Kathleen Edwards, and Colin James.
Interview: Ottawa Fury FC’s Bruce Grobbelaar on a disappointing season and prospects of a Canadian Premier League
We’ve found out how and why Liverpool FC goalkeeping legend Bruce Grobbelaar came to Ottawa.
The season may be lost, but there are still jobs and pride to play for.