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The Silver Hearts

An experimental folk collective from Peterborough, the Silver Hearts perform with such obscure instruments as the sousaphone and the musical saw. From $20.

Terry Gillespie

A seasoned singer-songwriter, Terry Gillespie was responsible for the formation of Heaven’s Radio, one of Ottawa’s most successful bands in the ’70s. He’s joined by Bella Cat, a soulful blues vocalist.

Gold and Marrow

Formerly Shannon Rose and the Thorns, the band performs songs from their third studio slbum, Forever.

The Peptides

One of Ottawa’s most eclectic bands hits the stage with its repertoire of infectious synth pop music.

Wakefield International Film Festival

Each Saturday and Sunday in February, the festival screens the best Canadian and international documentary films. From $10.

Midge Ure

The Scottish musician has performed with iconic bands such as Thin Lizzy and Ultravox, and has 30 years of experience as a solo performer under his belt. From $20.

Amelia Curran in Concert

A folk singer-songwriter from the east coast, Curran uses clever lyricism to touch on themes such as time and restlessness. From $20.

Jonathan Byrd

Known for his country and folk-rock stylings, Byrd weaves lyrical tales of love, life, and death in America. $15.

Jack Pine and the Fire

The Ottawa band performs heartfelt, traditional folk that blends roots, old-time country, and gritty rock. From $10.

Rocco DeLuca

The indie rock solo artist is known for his authentic voice, poetic lyrics, and proficiency with the resonator guitar. $12.

Brock Zeman in Concert

Brock Zeman is one of Canada’s most prolific musicians. He’s brought his roots music to most of the country’s major music festivals, and has 10 albums under his belt. From $12.

The Hairy Ape

Chamber Theatre Hintonburg performs Eugene O’Neill’s play about a man who tries to find a sense of belonging in a society controlled by the wealthy. $25.