A TRIBE CALLED RED - November 22nd
Emerging from Ottawa’s underground club scene in 2008, A Tribe Called Red has transformed the contemporary electronic music landscape. ATCR combine dubstep, modern hip-hop, and eclectic vocal sampling all integrated with traditional pow wow drums and Indigenous song. The JUNO-award winners have collaborated with Yasiin Bey (AKA Mos Def), Saul Willaims, Lido Pimienta and many more, as well as having performed at seminal festivals such as Coachella, Bonnaroo, AfroPunk and countless more.
Issu de la scène des clubs underground d’Ottawa en 2008, A Tribe Called Red a transformé le paysage de la musique électronique contemporaine. La formation combine dubstep, hip-hop moderne et échantillonnage vocal éclectique, intégrant le tout à des tambours de pow-wow traditionnels et à des chansons autochtones. Récompensé par un prix JUNO, le groupe a notamment collaboré avec Yasiin Bey (également connu comme Mos Def), Saul Williams et Lido Pimienta, en plus de se produire lors de festivals phares, comme ceux de Coachella, Bonnaroo et AfroPunk, pour n’en nommer que quelques-uns.
The bilingual Cipher | Decipher Exhibition allows you to explore how encryption works, and how it affects our lives – from its role in war, to how we rely on it to keep our modern digital communications secure.
Cipher|Decipher was produced by Ingenium – Canada’s Museums of Science and Innovation
This new 500 square foot travelling exhibition highlights the past and present of communications cryptology including authentic interactive experiences related to cryptology and cyber security.Read More
Ongoing Family Adventures at The @NAC.cna this fall !
#Holiday Traditions Around the World
Freestylin’ with #Mozart
The Orchestra from Planet X
Family fun with Canada’s NAC & the NAC Orchestra starts in 2 weeksRead More
Plant Portraits: Native Plants of Canada
May 18 - October 31
Canada Agriculture and Food Museum
Plant Portraits: Native Plants of Canada
“ Through more than 30 original artworks – in watercolour, graphite, and mixed media – the exhibition examines our native plants as seen through the eyes of artists. “Read More
Our personal FAV - every summer every night until September 3, 2018
See the Hill come to life with the history of Canada, cascaded on the walls of the Peace Tower!
This year brings a new edition of this amazing historic experience, a thrilling thematic journey through Canada’s history - Show times: July at 10:00 p.m., August at 9:30 p.m., and September at 9:00 p.m. See you on the Hill, And find our street teams all summer for a special treat!Read More
SEPTEMBER 2, 2018
TD PLACE, LANSDOWNE, OTTAWA
Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team will welcome Brazil to Ottawa on 2 September for an International Friendly ahead of Canada’s FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ qualification.
WIN 2 TICKETS on our Instagram page @PosteringOttawaRead More
10 YEARS of OKTOBERFEST with Beaus and United Way
and OVER $600K RAISED over 9 years! LAST YEAR'S TOTAL ATTENDANCE: 20,515
SEPTEMBER 21 + 22, 2018
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 2018
GATES OPEN AT 4:00PM
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 2018Read More
GATES OPEN AT 11:00AM
BON-FIRE (formerly Arboretum Festival) an annual, end-of-summer music event that has become a nationally-recognized platform for creativity: presenting uncompromising regional music alongside national and international artists, while showcasing outstanding regional food and drink.
DATE - August 17 & 18
LOCATION - Rideau Pines Farm
SUMMER SOLSTICE INDIGENOUS FESTIVAL. June 21 - 24 2018.
Gather. VINCENT MASSEY PARK.
Celebrate. NATIONAL INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DAY in Canada's Capital with fabulous Indigenous music, art, food and fun.
Learn. THE CULTURE of the Inuit, First Nations and Métis people.
All weekend long, everyone is welcome to the Pow Wow, Family Fun Zone, Indigenous food, art and fashion marketplace, and cultural pavilions. Don’t Miss This Truly Canadian Event
THIS YEAR / Ottawa Jazz Festival
June 21 - July 1
"The Ottawa International Jazz Festival is the premier music event to take place in downtown Ottawa and we are proud to be part of the continuing tradition of bringing jazz to the National Capital Region.
Set on a bold path, trailblazing the most dynamic programming and innovations the Festival continues to present the finest musicians from across Canada and around the world in all genres and inspirations of Jazz."
Ottawa Vintage Pop Up 613 / April 14th Bronson Centre 11am -5pm
Proceeds go to Operation Come Home, Vintage Raffle by Donation and many amazing vendors!
Postering Ottawa is happy to team up with these ladies for 2018 edition of Vintage Pop Up 613!Read More
MEGAPHONO announce dozens of artists for the 2018 line - up
Tickets and Passes Available now!
Featuring, FET. NAT, Boyhood, Blakdenim, Sparklesaurus, Lido Pimienta, Tasha the Amazon and dozens more!Read More