COVID-19 forced organizers to rethink the concert experience for attendees and sponsors alike – while raising new questions for 2021
RBC Bluesfest was among the many local summer music festivals that were scrapped due to the pandemic.
One of Ottawa’s biggest annual tourist draws has joined the growing list of events to be scrapped in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Alanis Morissette, Boyz II Men and Blink-182 are among the hitmakers set to perform at Ottawa's RBC Bluesfest.
Few people have had a better vantage point from which to witness the maturation of Ottawa’s music industry than Mark Monahan.
As Bluesfest’s 10-day run at LeBreton Flats drew to a close Sunday, organizers declared the 2018 edition of the outdoor music festival – one of the country’s largest – a success.
Bryan Adams, Jethro Tull, Beck and the Foo Fighters are some of the headliners signed up to perform over 10 days in July at RBC Bluesfest in Ottawa.
The Westboro headquarters of Ottawa’s self-professed “biggest and best” entertainment law firm, with its bare concrete floors and quasi-warehouse feel, looks more like it should be home to