Danielle Allard’s already broken into the telephone hold music market, but she’s really got her eyes set on the elevator music racket (pun not intended.)
Or so she joked, in a reference to city hall’s local hold music efforts, as the Ottawa musician wrapped up her 3 p.m. performance on Saturday at the City Stage during day four of Cityfolk 2017.
The Great Lawn of Lansdowne Park simmered in the September heat as temperatures climbed to a high of 27 degrees by 2 p.m., hot enough to cause Allard to acknowledge her black dress was perhaps not a wise choice of attire.
Concertgoers also gathered inside the Aberdeen Pavilion Saturday for a full slate of performers, including Common Deer, an orchestral indie band from Toronto.
A schedule for final performances on Sunday are available at cityfolkfestival.com.
Photos by Devyn Barrie/OttawaStart.com