Guns N’ Roses, Farmers’ Market and Ottawa Welcomes the World this weekend in the Glebe
Welcome to the Jungle!
If you’re a fan of rock ‘n roll, you won’t want to miss an epic show by the legendary Guns N’ Roses this Monday in the Glebe.
The classic rock icons are bringing their Not in This Lifetime Tour to TD Place Monday night, and with it will come a sense of late 80s nostalgia when they drop hits like Sweet Child O’ Mine, Welcome to the Jungle and Paradise City. Tickets are still available for the show, so click here if you ready to rock.
But that’s not the only thing worth checking out in the Glebe. Here’s a quick run down of how you should be spending your time this weekend.
Head to Colombia
Ottawa Welcomes the World continues all day Friday with a spotlight on Colombia. Experience Colombian cuisine, history, art, music and dance – all without leaving your back yard. The event is free for everyone and runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Click here for more information.
Leaks, melons and potatoes
Head over to Lansdowne Park Sunday morning for the Ottawa Farmers’ Market for all your fresh produce needs. Carrots, cauliflower and eggplant have finally sprouted and you’ll also be able to dig through artisan crafts, baked goods, and hot food. Click here for more information.
A trip to the land of the hummingbird
Take in Trinidadian culture at Ottawa Welcomes the World: Trinidad and Tobago. Take in cultural performances, concerts and taste the country’s cultural heritage on a plate. The event runs all day Sunday and is free for everyone. Click here to start filling out your Ottawa 2017 passport.