90’S or Bust X-mas Party Ft. “Wannabe” – Spice Girls cover band
To my fellow ‘90’s babes, can I hear a: “People of the world, Spice up your life!”
Toronto cover band, WANNABE: The Spice Girls Tribute Band will be at Babylon Nightclub on Friday, Dec. 18. Say You’ll Be There to hear all the hits and “slam it to the left if you’re having a good time.”
Djs Palm D’or and Pat Johnson will be playing the best 90’s to early 2000’s jams in between sets and after the show. Doors open at 10:00 p.m. – cover is $12 for the show, $7 afterwards for the dance party.
The platforms are higher, the accents are stronger, the dance party is wilder and the costumes more outrageous and spectacular than ever before, according to the Facebook page. “Stop right now” and make sure you are at this epic dance party (ok, I’ll stop now).
Babylon Nightclub, 317 Bank St.
Amos the Transparent Holiday Show at Zaphods
Alternative-folk-rock group, Amos the Transparent, will perform a holiday show at Ottawa’s favourite galactic bar tomorrow, Friday, Dec. 18. Doors open at 8 p.m. Tickets $10 and can be purchased here.
The band, who have created quite the cult following in Ottawa, will be playing some new tunes from their Undercover Sessions Series. Vote on Facebook for your favourite song to be played, and hear them here.
Heart Opening Flow for Al Gustafson @ Pure Yoga
Are you in an office chair all day? Slumped over your keyboard? Only to get in your car at 5 p.m. for the traffic-laden commute home, gripping your steering wheel and slouching in the driver’s seat?
The damage we do to our bodies during the daily grind can be undone. Round out that back, stretch out your shoulders, and open up your hips – and heart – for a gratitude practice with Pure’s Andrea Robertson.
Pure Yoga Centretown will be hosting a charity Heart Opening Flow class Friday, Dec. 18 from 7:30 to 8:45 p.m. with donations going to Alan Gustafson, an Ottawa native living with ALS. See Alan’s story on their Facebook page.