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Arts & EventsWeekend What’s Up- September 2-5

Weekend What’s Up- September 2-5

Weekend What’s Up- September 2-5

Weekends are always fun but this weekend might just be double the fun. September starts great with a long weekend thanks to Labour Day on Monday. To avoid getting bored with that much of free time, we’ve been looking on what to do this weekend for you!

Hot Air Balloon Festival Gatineau, September 1-5, Parc de la Baiehot-air-balloons-439331_960_720
Canada’s largest balloon festival offers once again exciting shows, great musicians and delicious food while hot air balloons fill the Gatineau sky. In case you don’t only want to watch the hot air balloons from far away but want to be where it all happens, hurry up and get your tickets (or even a ticket for a hot air balloon ride).


 

pioneer-698515_960_720Riverside Festival, September 4, Canadian Museum of History
Best part about having Monday off? Being able to have a party on Sunday evening without starting the new week walking around like coming from the set of Zombieland.  A museum might not sound like a typical party spot but in fact the Canadian Museum of History on Laurier Street holds the electronic music festival “Riverside Festival” this Sunday. Be fast and grab your tickets to a night of fun before they are sold out!


International Rhythm Festival, September 3, Kailash Mital Theatredrum-285596__180
The Ottawa International Rhythm Festival will be held at the Kailash Mital Theatre at Carleton University. Starting at 2 pm it runs under the motto “Hear the Beat, See the Dance, Feel the Rhythms of the World”. You’ll have the chance to listen to the performances of artists from all over the world as well as participate in one of the offered workshops (such as drummer beginning classes).


 

FilmAsinabka Film & Media Arts Festival, Sunday 4-8, Downtown
The Asinabka Film and Media Arts Festival returns for their 5th annual festival, screening the best in Indigenous films from Canada and around the world. This year’s festival includes the traditional outdoor film screenings on beautiful Victoria Island on the opening night, two evenings of film at the Canadian Museum of Nature Theatre, a Gallery Crawl opening at Gallery 101 and SAW Gallery, as well as a live music night, and 2 days of film at Club SAW, including an outdoor family friendly screening at Ottawa Arts Court.


Ottawa’s Largest Foam Party , September 4, Tequila Jacksconcert-768807_960_720
Advertised as the wildest foam party, Electric Ottawa presents a night of foam, fun and fuzz on Sunday in the nightclub “Tequila Jacks” right in the heart of the Byward Market. Be prepared for a spectacular laser light show, high-energy music and a lot of foam!

 

 

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