Shepherds of Good Hope teamed up with nine talented Ottawa musicians to deliver an uplifting and gorgeous rendition of Ben E. King’s classic song “Stand By Me.”
Marvest takes place at over 20 shops and venues on Bank Street, between Lansdowne Park and the Queensway, on Friday September 13 and Saturday September 14, 2019. Admission is free.
Festival of Small Halls puts city and rural elbow-to-elbow in a unique space for Chef’s Table parties
Dinner and a show, combined with a talk-about-it-for-days experience, are going to make these evenings popular.
The third annual FUSE Street Festival has been even bigger and better this year, with more people taking in the sights, sounds, and gorgeous weather.
Beatlefest At The Brylee is the brainchild of Ottawa musician Paul Johanis, who, with a little help of some of his friends, came up with the idea of hosting an outdoor festival dedicated to everything Beatles.
Ottawa’s singer/songwriter and piano man, Tyler Kealey, showcased his natural-born prowess on the ivories once again, inside the pristine acoustics of Bluesfest’s Barney Danson Theatre on opening night, the same stage he played in 2012. A good deal of Kealey’s musical path was paved on the Bluesfest grounds, which began during his high school years, […]
[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sV7MrrlFB14#t=109[/youtube] It seems like this time of year is associated with a kind of short-term nostalgia. With a new year approaching, it’s almost tradition to take a step back and consider the passing year — the triumphs and the disappointments, the bright moments and the sorrows — and perhaps to raise a glass. This year, […]
It could be that Bon Appetit has endured as one of Ottawa’s premier foodie events because it’s not too fussy or pretentious. There’s no competition, just a celebration of food and community. This was the event’s second time at the Ernst & Young Centre (formerly known as the Capital Exhibition Centre), which provided enough space […]