Although based in Hamilton, touring musician Terra Lightfoot is finding herself coming back to the capital often and she says she always enjoys the sights and scenes the city has to offer.
Category: arts & entertainment
As temperatures soared, concertgoers spread out between the Great Lawn and Aberdeen Pavilion at Lansdowne Park for a sunny Saturday of music during Cityfolk 2017.
Soon, he’ll set out on a North American tour with his new album Bone on Bone, the 33rd album of his career. He’ll play at the NAC in Ottawa — his hometown — on Sept. 22.
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Don’t miss this one of a kind whirlwind of a show as these two magnificent performers come together to bring you an unparalleled rock’n roll concert experience celebrating the music and legacy of Elvis Presley.
“I’m thrilled to be coming home and being a part of the country’s biggest annual party,” said a news release quote attributed to Twain.
Ottawa Buskerfest 2017 wrapped up Monday, after five days’ worth of performances.
Long Ma, the horse-dragon character in the production, does a spectacular job in bringing the myth of dragons to life
It will probably be hard to miss these dozen-or-so metres tall mechanical creatures roaming around in the streets, but as a helpful guide here’s the schedule from Ottawa 2017.
Submitted footage will be part of a mash-up of moving pictures showing how the people of Ottawa laugh, live and celebrate in this city.
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The gallery is on display at the Canadian War Museum until Aug. 13, showing off the best 152 of the 80,408 photographs from around the world that were submitted to be considered.
This event will bring giant mechanical creatures, thousands of visitors and five days of intermittent traffic impacts – including one for setup on Wednesday, July 26 – to Ottawa’s downtown.
Canada’s Biggest Garden Party – It’s here and it’s fantastic!...
‘Nobody else has been crazy enough’: Sound and light show in LRT tunnel first of its kind in the world
“Nobody else has been crazy enough to have this kind of ambitious project,” said Guy Laflamme, executive director of Ottawa 2017. “We basically transformed the future Lyon station into a spectacular, futuristic, sound and light production.”
A night of fun turned into a night of disarray for 200 Bluesfest goers who had to be treated by paramedics on Thursday night for a variety of reasons including drug use, intoxication and assorted injuries.
Don’t miss this special show by Iva (Kathleen Ivaluarjuk Merritt) whose music is a melodic mix of Inuit throat-singing, poetry-infused and Celtic-influenced folk music at the Canadian Museum of Nature on Friday, July 22.
Over 200 patients were assessed Thursday night.
Northern Lights starts July 11 on Parliament Hill, bringing to life in spectacular detail the people, events and milestones that shape Canadian history.