Do not miss the Cat Empire for a fun Ottawa concert
- Travel News
- Monday, 27 February 2012 22:22
The joint will be jumping at the Bronson Centre in Ottawa this March when Cat Empire takes the stage for a special one-night-only show. Headlined by the lively Australian act, the concert will surely be a great way to spend a night on the town while on holiday in Canada's capital city.
Cat Empire has been playing for more than a decade and has gained fans all over the world. Comprised of several members and led by vocalists Harry James Angus and Felix Riebl, the band blends together influences from many different kinds of musical genres, including Latin, funk, jazz and ska. Their self-titled debut album received several accolades in the Australian music industry, which helped them cross over into international acclaim.
Some of the act's most recognisable singles include "Hello," "The Chariot" and "So Many Nights." From humble beginnings, Cat Empire went on to release five studio albums and three live records, with their most recent called "Cinema."
Ottawa's Bronson Centre is the ideal place to witness a thrilling live concert. The large venue can hold hundreds of seated spectators and even those who wish to dance right up front in the pit area. Proceeds from many of the events go toward the community to support physical, educational and spiritual growth.
The band will visit Ottawa in the middle of a massive North American tour, as they hit several cities in the U.S. and Canada, including Toronto, Montreal and Calgary. If travellers enjoy the performance, they may wish to catch some of the band's other shows during their holidays in various cities across the country.
Accompanying Cat Empire will be Tinpan Orange, a group that also hails from Australia and boasts its own unique sound. The band's past albums have included members from Cat Empire and songs featuring violin, guitar, trumpet and keyboard sounds.
Seeing live music is almost always the ideal way to enjoy the local scene in a new destination, and this show at the Bronson Theatre is no exception. Travellers interested in attending can grab their spots on Ticketmaster before space runs out. All ages are welcome to attend and more information can be found on the Bronson Theatre's Facebook fan page.