There were red-white-and-blue scantily clad pole dancers, thousands of colourful streamers, enough fireworks to wake an entire postal code, a pseudo senate floor speech and a shout-out to Justin Bieber. In other words, Kid Rock’s “Greatest Show on Earth Tour” paid a visit to Toronto on Friday night.
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It was a packed house on Friday night at Ottawa’s Bronson Centre, and as the snow fell, a fire burning inside the performance hall.
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The weekend edition of CityFolk got underway on the great lawn at Lansdowne on an unseasonably balmy Saturday afternoon. First to hit the stages were locals and kind of locals Danielle Allard, Common Deer, Miss Emily, Twain, and Fred Penner’s G-rated show for the little ones.
The third night of Ottawa’s CityFolk festival did not disappoint, kicking off at 6pm while the sun was still shining on Lansdowne. It was a warm evening filled with surprises, from the beautifully cooperative September weather to the unanticipated talent demonstrated by the performers — particularly by Son Little, The Suitcase Junket, and Amanda Marshall.
The first night of CityFolk Festival in Ottawa was Wednesday, and it went off without a hitch. With stylings from the likes of Kaija, Ruth B, Allan Rayman and Post Malone, there was a little something for everyone.