Ottawa Concert Tickets
Find 2017 Ottawa concert tour dates and schedules, information on music events and tickets for Orlando comedy shows at Cheap Concert Tickets. If you need Ottawa concert tickets for tonight or for this weekend, you've found a reliable source for cheap Ottawa concert tickets. Ottawa, located in Ontario, is the 4th largest city in Canada and incidentally the country’s capital as well. The city was founded in 1826 and was later on incorporated as what we know Ottawa today, a name which means “to trade”. Ottawa has eventually become the center of technology and politics in the country. Since becoming a melting pot for culture and commerce, the city has eventually acquired a diverse population with an equally diverse culture. In addition to this, Mercer has considered Ottawa as one of the best cities with a high quality of living, not only within North America but in the world as well.
The local arts and culture scenes of the city of Ottawa is showcased in many establishments and locations which include, the Golden Triangle, Parliament Hill and the ByWard Market. In addition to this, many areas within the city also feature a wide variety of cafes, galleries, historical landmarks, museums, boutiques and memorials. In addition to these diverse establishments, Ottawa plays host to a variety of annual festivals and other activities such as the Bluesfest, the Folk Music Festival, the Fringe Festival and the Ottawa International Jazz Festival. Several cultural events are also held within the city each year.
The Scotiabank Place, located within the Kanata neighborhood, is a multi-purpose arena which currently houses a sports team of the National Hockey League’s Ottawa Senators. At one point, it has also played host to the CIS or the Canadian University Men’s Basketball Championship. This multi-purpose arena was first opened to the public in 1996 under the name “The Palladium” and was eventually changed to the “Corel Centre”. The Scotiabank Place is able to accommodate and approximate of 19,153 people to a maximum of 20,500. At present, this arena regularly plays host to a variety of events which include skating events, basketball and ice hockey games as well as live concerts and other entertainment performances. Also found within the Scotiabank Place are several restaurants, various businesses and the Ottawa Sports Hall of Fame.
Another venue place within the city of Ottawa is the National Arts Center. This performance arts center located in between the Rideau Canal and the Elgin Street was first opened to the public in 1969 and in 2006, it was included in the list of National Historic Sites of Canada. The National Arts Center features four stages which include the Southam Hall, the Theatre, Studio and the Fourth Stage. The Southam Hall, in particular, is able to accommodate an approximate of 2,323 people, being the largest amongst the 4 and is the present home to several music companies such as the Ottawa Symphony and the National Arts Centre Orchestra.
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