6 - 18, 2010
1 Vimy Place
This award winning,
11-day, multi-staged music extravaganza is the biggest blues festival
in Canada and ranks as one of the most important music festivals in North
America. Thousands of performers are featured annually at LeBreton Flats
Park in the heart of downtown Ottawa. The site is fully licensed and offers
a wide variety of food concessions.
Ottawa International Jazz Festival
24 - July 4, 2010
Tel: (613) 241-2633
Web Site: www.ottawajazzfestival.com
The TD Canada
Trust Ottawa International Jazz Festival is one of the National Capital
Region's premiere music events. It features the finest jazz musicians from
Canada and around the world performing in open air venues and intimate studio
spaces where thousands can enjoy world class music.
International Chamber Music Festival
July 24 - August 7, 2010
Tel: (613) 234-8008
Fax: (613) 234-7692
Web Site: www.chamberfest.com
From July 25 to August 8, the world’s finest musicians will gather
in Ottawa for two weeks of superb music-making beginning with an outstanding
opening benefit concert featuring Grammy and Juno award winner James Ehnes
and Jon Kimura Parker.
Ottawa Folk Festival
13 - 15, 2010
Fax: (613) 230-1113
The annual festival celebrates
Canada's rich folk tradition with music, dance, storytelling and crafts.
- Evening concerts featuring North
Americas finest acoustic musicians.
- Over 150 performers on six stages
Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
- Children's concerts and family
August 20 - 22, 2010
Tel: (613) 898-6731
Web Site: www.ottawareggaefestival.com
The Ottawa Reggae Festival returns and will groove Canada's capital city once again, with the sweet sound of Reggae music at the LeBreton Flats Festival Park. This classic landscape is the perfect outdoor arena to showcase a music and culture that has touched the world, especially Canada.
The Ottawa Reggae Festival is non-profit, volunteer-driven, three-day music festival. The festival’s mission is to promote cultural arts and diversity in Canada’s National Capital Region, showcasing international artists while maintaining 75 per cent Canadian content. The festival is committed to initiating cultural events, encouraging community involvement; provide a family-friendly environment; and reduce the environmental impact by using ecologically sustainable management theory and practices.
Festival Franco Ontarien
June 17-19, 2010
110 Laurier Ave W.
Tel: (613) 321-0102
Web Site: www.ffo.ca
The Festival franco-ontarien (FFO), held in June every year, is an unmissable event for francophones and francophiles in Ontario and especially the National Capital Region. Since 1975, it has attracted thousands of festival-goers. The Festival is a showcase for a host of French-speaking artists, both local and from further afield, who come to lead a musical celebration of all things French in a warm and friendly atmosphere. It’s a chance to meet people, sing along and enjoy a series of captivating and original shows of a very high quality. The FFO is also a dream opportunity for English-speaking citizens to discover or find out more about a hugely vibrant community, as well as French arts and culture.
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