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Opening & Welcome

@ Victoria Island (100 Middle St.)


Silla + Rise

Silla and Rise’s debut album is a sonic experiment blending Inuit throat-singing and futuristic dancefloor beats. Silla are Cynthia Pitsiulak (Kimmirut, NU) and Charlotte Qamaniq (Iglulik, NU) their name comes from the word “Sila” in their Inuktitut dialect meaning weather. Sila is what surrounds us; it is what connects us to our land, to the moon, sun and stars, the ocean and the air we breathe. In respecting and honoring the need to preserve Inuit culture and paying homage to our land and the strong connection to its spirituality, they experience and perform the sounds of traditional and contemporary throat songs. Rise is Ottawa’s Rise Ashen, a Juno Award nominated global grooves producer, DJ and dancer who has spent his life pursuing the intersection of traditional and futuristic music




Doors / Food

7:00pm - 8:20pm

Opening Welcome & Performances

8:30pm - 9:15pm

Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World

9:15pm to 9:45pm

  1. *Fireworks Intermission

9:45pm - 10:45pm

Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World

•Free Event

•Snacks provided

•Donations Welcome

•Alcohol free event

Ottawa River Singers

The Ottawa River Singers, is a drum group of First Nations men and women singers. The singers of the group live in Ottawa, but their families are from Northern Ontario and Manitoulin Island. They have been singing together in the Capital region for over three years. The songs they sing have many different meanings often including uplifting words of encouragement to those who are listening. The drum, is the heartbeat of mother earth and is the center of our culture. The beat of the drum combined with the collective sounds of our voices is a medicine that can uplift and carry others in a positive way.

Free Snacks & Food

Delicious Sandwiches from Di Rienzo's Grocery in Little Italy, Ottawa best priced lunch:

The tastiest burritos in town from Corazon De Maiz, located in the Byword Market: