Events

Events


Oct
4
Sun
2015
CIBC Run for the Cure @ Tunney's Pasture
Oct 4 @ 07:00:00 AM – 05:00:00 PM

1310 News is proud to support the annual CIBC Run for the Cure!

 

 

Each year, tens of thousands of Canadians participate in the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure and help to raise funds for important breast cancer research, education, and advocacy initiatives. Your support throughout the years has helped Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation fund research that is changing the face of breast cancer and helping us create a future without it.

This year promises to an exciting, powerful, and memorable experience for everybody involved. We invite you to run or walk with us on Sunday, October 4 for the 2015 CIBC Run for the Cure.

 

Imagine, a future without breast cancer.

Nov
8
Tue
2016
Roger Hodgson
Nov 8 @ 08:00:00 PM – 11:00:00 PM
Roger Hodgson

Roger Hodgson, legendary singer-songwriter formerly of Supertramp returns to Ottawa Tuesday, November 8 at the Arena at TD Place!

Tickets on sale NOW-CapitalTickets.ca. Starting at $59.50. Taxes included (+ applicable service charges) A limited quantity of VIP Soundcheck and/or Meet & Greet Packages also available. CHEZ Nation Members be sure to check out the Events & Presales section (Under ‘Earn Points’) for access to our exclusive pre-sale which runs Thursday, April 7 from 10:00am-10:00pm!

Back in Ottawa by popular demand after a sold out show in 2015, Roger Hodgson, one of the most gifted composers and lyricists of our time, co-founded the progressive rock band, Supertramp, in 1969 is returning to Ottawa!  Roger was the driving force behind what fans call the “golden years” of the band that made Supertramp a worldwide phenomenon with album sales in excess of 60 million. He wrote, sang, and arranged such enduring rock standards as “Breakfast in America,” “Give a Little Bit,” “Take the Long Way Home,” “The Logical Song,” “Dreamer,” “It’s Raining Again,” “School,”  and “Fool’s Overture.” 

Uniting generations, Hodgson transports baby boomers back to their youth while giving younger concertgoers a taste of why his heartfelt songs have endured. In Canada, sales for Crime of the Century and Breakfast in America reached Diamond status; one in every 15 Canadians owned both these albums!