Nov. 14-16: Ottawa’s CRANIUM Festival to feature City Fidelia, Pvrx, Dynamic, Aspects, Dip Black & more
Ottawa-based Capital Region Association for Nurturing the Industry of Urban Music, better known as CRANIUM, has officially announced their inaugural CRANIUM Festival which is set to span three days starting Thursday, Nov. 14.
The official festival poster was released revealing the artists and venues taking part, and a press release was issued breaking down CRANIUM’s mandate for the local hip-hop scene. You can check out the poster and press release below.
The CRANIUM Festival lineup features a ton of great Ottawa talent including City Fidelia, Aspects, Dip Black, Lia Kloud, Dynamic, Circa Beatz, DJ Alive, Freddy Printz, Apollo Rae, and even more than that. There’s also some out of town artists in the mix including (but not limited to) Toronto’s own Pvrx, Ramone, and Brampton-based hip-hop/R&B artist, DSTNY.
New Music Ottawa Music Festival Announcement: CRANIUM Festival
The Capital Region Association for Nurturing the Industry of Urban Music (CRANIUM) is pleased to announce the first CRANIUM Festival, taking place from November 14 through 16, 2019.
CRANIUM Festival will showcase the best in local, national and international urban music. Presented in indoor venues with a focus on live music performances CRANIUM Festival will also feature a series of professional development workshops, panel discussions and keynote talks.
While there are several music festivals in Ottawa and many of them program urban music, none of these festivals are rooted in the urban music community. CRANIUM Festival was developed by the founders of CRANIUM to be a catalyst for a new era of Urban Music in Ottawa.
Leveraging the festival to bring in successful artists and industry professionals and cross collaborate with the Ottawa music scene was done by design. Ottawa while full of talent, is not recognized as a city with an urban music scene. CRANIUM is but one of the grassroots efforts that is poised to change all of that!
For more information about the Capital Region Association for Nurturing the Industry of Urban Music or to purchase tickets for CRANIUM Festival, visit CRANIUMFestival.com.
You can follow @CRANIUMFestival on Instagram.
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