Amanda Rheaume performs at Canada Day Singer Songwriter Showcase
Free show begins at noon in Major's Hill Park
If you're heading downtown on July 1, Alan Neal of CBC Ottawa's All in a Day will be hosting the Canada Day Singer Songwriter Showcase in Major's Hill Park at noon featuring Ottawa's own Amanda Rheaume.
Rheaume recently released a new single, Red Dress, to raise awareness about missing and murdered Indigenous women.
The song is from Rheaume's new album Holding Patterns.
Rheaume recently sat down with the CBC's Adrian Harewood to talk about the single.
- Raising awareness of missing and murdered indigenous women through song
- 'Don't wait': a lesson Amanda Rheaume learned the hard way
The Canada Day Singer Songwriter Showcase will also feature performances by a diverse lineup of Canadian artists, including Calgary native Reuben Bullock, East Coaster Chelsea Amber, Montreal Franco-rocker Andie Duquette, and B.C.-born Shawn Hook.