Ottawa Bluesfest

Ottawa Bluesfest with Tyler Shaw, Neil Young & Crazy Horse, and more

Jul 4, 2024  ·  Lebreton Flats, Ottawa, ON

Ottawa Bluesfest
Ottawa Bluesfest

Ottawa Bluesfest Tickets

Thu, 12:00 AM
Jul 4
2024
Ottawa Bluesfest
Lebreton Flats - Ottawa, ON
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LineUp

Future Islands, Baltimore-based synth-pop band, began as Art Lord & the Self-Portraits at ECU in 2003. Known for the 2014 hit "Seasons" on Letterman, they've collaborated with Debbie Harry and released albums like "Singles" and "The Far Field."
Warren Zeiders, a Warner Records artist from Nashville, has gained fame with "Ride The Lightning" earning RIAA Platinum. Known for the "717 Tapes" and hits like “Up To No Good”, he's achieved over 1.9 billion streams globally.
Nas, born Nasir Jones in NYC, is a Grammy-winning rapper known for his impactful voice in hip-hop. Famous for the classic 'Illmatic,' he's worked with Jay-Z, Kanye, and Hit-Boy. Noted for blending street narratives with sophisticated lyricism.
Born in rural Alberta, Corb Lund blends outlaw country, Western, and indie-folk. Known for his DIY spirit, former indie-metal musician, and multiple award wins, including 14 Canadian Country Music Awards. Made Grand Ole Opry debut in 2022.
Nashville-born pop/folk artist Noah Cyrus, known for hits like "Make Me (Cry)" and "July," earned a Grammy nod and platinum status early in her career. Famous for heartfelt storytelling, she's collaborated with artists like Labrinth and PJ Harding, and shone on major shows like The Tonight Show.
Canadian pop star Carly Rae Jepsen, known for "Call Me Maybe," blends emotions into songcraft. Grammy nominee with hits in 47 countries, collaborates with Sia, Blood Orange, and Vampire Weekend.
Maroon 5, evolved from '90s Kara's Flowers to pop giants with hits like "This Love," and "Girls Like You." Known for soulful style, Super Bowl 2019 show, and collaborations with artists like Cardi B. Frontman Adam Levine gained extra fame on "The Voice."
Caroline Jones, born in the US, is a multi-genre, singer-songwriter known for blending pop and country. Joined Zac Brown Band in 2022 as the first female member. Hits include "Come In," with her albums featuring collaborations with Joe Bonamassa and Old Dominion.
Born from dorm-room sessions, Chelsea Cutler's lo-fi sound and relatable lyrics won her global fame, 2.5B streams, headlines at major festivals, and a spot on Forbes 30 Under 30.
Italian musician Giacomo Turra blends R&B, Funk, and Jazz. Known for "Get Into The Groove," he debuted internationally in 2021 in Amsterdam, and collaborates widely, including with Nic Hanson.
Toronto's Bywater Call, a Southern soul/roots rock band, known for their electrifying sound and led by Meghan Parnell. Nominated for multiple Maple Blues Awards, they fuse influences like Otis Redding & Sly Stone.
Ugandan-born, Austin-based Jon Muq, a singer-songwriter, blends African and Western music styles in his thought-provoking songs. Known for uplifting tracks, he's collaborated with Dan Auerbach and toured with icons like Billy Joel and Norah Jones.
Multi-Platinum, Juno-nominee The Tea Party teams with Jeff Martin, Stuart Chatwood & Jeff Burrows. Known for unique rock blending traditional & digital sounds, major hits since 1993's Splendor Solis.
Niger-born Tuareg musician Bombino, evokes Sahara expanses in his music. Known for "Agadez" & Grammy-nominated "Deran". Worked with Dan Auerbach & David Lonstreth.
Ottawa-born Lynne Hanson blends folk & blues into "porch music with a little red dirt." Known for energetic live shows & hits, she's won multiple Canadian Folk Music Awards & collaborates widely.
Texas King, a rock band from London, Ontario, excels in high-energy live performances. Known for touring with Big Wreck and The Glorious Sons, they draw inspiration from Kings of Leon and The Black Keys. Their music features at major festivals like Québec’s Festival D’ete.
Atlanta-born Killer Mike, a rapper and social activist known for addressing systemic issues, gained fame with OutKast. His debut 'Monster' hit Billboard Top Ten 2003. Formed Run the Jewels with El-P, acclaimed for sharp, political lyrics. Grammy-winner, collaborated with Big Boi, T.I., featured on films, TV.
JJ Wilde, Canada's Queen of Rock n' Roll, broke records with her debut album "Ruthless." Known for hits like "The Rush," "Best Boy," & "Mercy," she made history as the first woman since Alanis Morissette to win a JUNO for Rock Album of the Year. She's toured with Pearl Jam & Kiss.
Mother Mother, with members Ryan, Molly, Jasmin, Ali, and Mike, are famed for electric live shows and themes of alienation and acceptance. Known for their strong fan connection and acclaimed album INSIDE.
Indie rock band Tokyo Police Club, formed in 2005 in Toronto, evolved from high-energy origins to polished sounds. Known for hits like "Your English Is Good," they've explored styles from emo to dance-punk, earning lasting acclaim. Collaborated with Rostam; albums include "Elephant Shell" & "Forcefield."
Nicolette Hoang, born in Guelph, leads Nicolette & The Nobodies, inspired by country icons like Glen Campbell. Known for heartfelt songs, her band formed after a karaoke meeting.
Ziggy Alberts, born surfer/busker, became a global indie folk icon from Australia. Known for his Double Platinum album 'Laps Around The Sun', 16 ARIA awards, and sold-out global tours. Founded Commonfolk Records.
Ben Howard, born in the UK, crafts indie folk music. Famous for topping UK charts twice, he records with notable producer Bullion and bands in France's scenic forests.
Mia Kelly, a Gatineau-born singer-songwriter, excels in Folk, Rock, and Blues. Recently named 2024 Young Performer and Emerging Artist at the Canadian Folk Music Awards, she's known for her emotive storytelling and powerful voice.
Canadian alt-rock musician Matthew Good became famous with the Matthew Good Band, winning multiple Junos and achieving double-platinum status. Known for solo albums like "Hospital Music" and collaborations with Warne Livesey and Holly McNarland.
Canadian band Shred Kelly, known for blending alt, folk, and rock, dazzles with energetic live shows. Touring globally, they've played top festivals and shared stages with acts like The Dead South. Nominated for Rock Artist of the Year at the 2021 Western Canadian Music Awards.
HussyHicks, a blend of Folk, Blues, Country, and Roots, have risen from festival openers to favorites in Australia, the USA, and Europe. Led by Leesa Gentz and Julz Parker, the band has won Gold Coast awards and released seven albums, acclaimed for their emotive lyrics and dynamic shows.
Nickelback, formed in Hanna, Canada, dominates rock with hits like "How You Remind Me" & "Photograph." Famed for blends of post-grunge & crossover ballads, they achieved mainstream success and collaborated with icons like Santana & Avril Lavigne.
Nashville's Josh Ross blends modern country rock with a warm vocal rasp. Known for the #1 ballad "Trouble" in Canada and over 300M streams. Won CCMA Breakthrough Artist, tours with stars like Nickelback.
Mt. Joy, formed by Matt Quinn & others, shot to fame with their 2018 debut. Known for #1 hit "Silver Lining," their style blends folk with psychedelic rock and gospel elements. Produced by Tucker Martine, their album "Rearrange Us" reflects deep personal growth.
Zac Brown Band, Grammy-winning Southern rock group known for topping Billboard charts and dynamic live shows. Achieved 16 #1 singles, sold 9.3M albums, and set Fenway Park sell-out record.
Etran de L'Aïr, based in Agadez, Niger, shines in the "desert blues" genre. Known for electric guitar, they play at local events and are a beloved, long-standing working-class band.
Bahamas, led by Afie Jurvanen, embraces country in "BOOTCUT" album. Produced by Robbie Lackritz & Dan Knobler in Nashville, featuring stars like Vince Gill. Known for blending Americana & Bluegrass with unique style.
Born in Queens, NYC, 50 Cent overcame a turbulent youth, surviving shootings and crime. Discovered by Eminem and Dre, his hits like "In da Club" propelled him to fame, blending hardcore rap with catchy hooks. He also boosted G-Unit's success, facing backlash with his pop-rap shift. Known for feuds and a dramatic personal story.
Mötley Crüe, LA-based rock legends, have 100m+ album sales, 7 platinum albums, 22 top 40 hits, and a Hollywood Walk of Fame star. Known for hits like "The Dirt," and grand tours with iconic stage feats.

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Genre: Blues

Don't miss the Ottawa Bluesfest concert in Ottawa at Lebreton Flats on Thursday, July 4, 2024, at 12:00 AM, with Killer Mike, Leith Ross, and more. Tickets still available.

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