After months of preparation and anticipation the Grey Cup Festival has finally arrived in Ottawa. The Grey Cup itself will make its arrival in the city tomorrow and the main events will kick off starting Thursday. Here’s a rundown of what you can do for FREE over the next few days at the Grey Cup Festival.
12000 students from around Ottawa, and as far as St John’s NFLD gathered at the Canadian Tire Centre this past Wednesday for a spectacle of inspiration for change at We Day Ottawa 2017. All ages from elementary school to high school gathered to hear notable speakers like Former Secretary General of the United Nations and the Downie-Wenjack Families. Discussing a variety of issues from indigenous rights in Canada, to Canada’s impact overseas, to the ability for an individual to make a difference through organ donation or volunteering with food banks.
Don’t rock the jukebox: Alan Jackson, Florida Georgia Line and Thomas Rhett to headline Boots and Hearts
We knew that something was coming at some point today, we didn’t expect to see it this early in the morning but we did. I giant full page newspaper ad sent to us by a reader shows Florida Georgia Line, Alan Jackson and Thomas Rhett as the 2018 Boots and Hearts headliners.
We’ve told you about the incredible concert series slated for this year’s Grey Cup Festival in Ottawa but wait, there’s more. What’s a Grey Cup festival without parties? Well with 9 teams in the Canadian Football League from all across Canada it’s fitting that there’s a party for everyone.
With production now wrapped on the inaugural season of THE LAUNCH, CTV has unveiled the first 30 artists selected to participate in the all-new, six-part musical series slated to premiere in mid-season. Introducing Canadians from across the country to THE LAUNCH‘s astonishing array of aspiring artists.
The City of Timmins announce the lineup for what promises to be one of the biggest summer festivals of 2018! Stars & Thunder Festival – presented by Goldcorp – Porcupine Gold Mines, will see a spectacular lineup, leading up to the performance of Canadian Rock Legend Bryan Adams.
Alt-pop phenom Lights has announced her 2018 headline tour – one of her biggest to date – bringing her immersive world of pop music and comics to life in more than 40 cities across North America. The We Were Here Tour 2018 kicks off on January 30 in Vancouver and includes stops in major cities such as New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, Ottawa, Philadelphia and Chicago.
It was a Thursday night at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto when Janet Jackson performed to an enthusiastic crowd! Soundcheck Entertainment was there to cover this epic show!
Marketed as “the biggest dance competition in the world” World of Dance is an American reality dance competition series on NBC. The competition features 50 of the world’s best dancers and teams competing for a $1 million prize, with celebrity judges Jennifer Lopez, Derek Hough, Ne-Yo, and host Jenna Dewan-Tatum, the wife of Channing Tatum of Magic Mike fame for the ladies in the crowd. Throughout the 10-episode series, dancers from of all ages, backgrounds, and dance styles compete and are scored by the panel of judges.