For Canada's 150th Ottawa did NOT play any games. There is so much going on in the city, new and interesting things are opening up every week! July is the absolute best month of summer, it's super hot and it's packed with so many fun events.\nREAD MORE: 32 Fun Things To Do In Ottawa That Are Free, Cheap, Normal, & Expensive\nFrom new museums to musical festival, a number of things to do are truly endless. Here are 15 fun things happening this July:\nvia @mr_tadas\nWE Day Canada // Parliament Hill\nJuly 2nd 2017\nWE Day is coming to Ottawa this year! The event will take place at Parliament Hill from 4 - 9PM. Special guests include Hedley, Jus Reign, Nelly Furtado, Tom Jackson and so many more! If you're not too tired after Canada Day definitely check out WE Day Canada.\nvia @musicbeyondott\nMusic and Beyond // Multiple Locations\nJuly 4th - 17th\nMusic and Beyond is a classical music and multi-disciplinary arts festival. If you're a lover of music, including visual art, drama, poetry, dance, architecture, circus, magic, science, comedy, law, food and wine and even yoga, then you should look into Music and Beyond!\nvia @nikkikanellakos\nH.O.P.E. Volleyball Summerfest // Mooney’s Bay Park\nJuly 15th 2017\nAt this summer event you can have fun for a good cause. HOPE is a non-profit organization that raises money for charities in the Ottawa community. The day is filled with volleyball and live rock entertainment!\nvia @2spacephoto\nBank Of Canada Museum Opening // 30 Bank St\nJuly 1st 2017\nOn July 1st the Bank of Canada Museum is opening. After going through major reconstruction this museum will be ready for visiting this summer.\nvia @khad2fab\nRBC Bluesfest // LeBreton Flats\nJuly 6th - 16th\nA July classic, Bluesfest is back once again. Although the line-up still doesn't match up to Kanye, Bluesfest is still a July must. Some artists coming include 50 Cent, Flume, Fetty Wap, Jake Owen, Migos, Muse, Pink, and many many more.\nvia @de6rasse\nCanadian Track And Field Championships // 2960 Riverside Drive\nJuly 6th - 9th\nIf you love sports and the Olympics definitely check out the Canadian Track And Field Championships. At this event, you will see Olympic Athletes compete for gold. If you've always wanted to go to the Olympics but you're broke AF head here cause tickets are as low as $15 each.\nvia @compagnie_la_machine\nLa Machine // Downtown Ottawa\nJuly 27th - 30th\nYep, that huge spider and a dragon will wander the streets Downtown Ottawa. If you're afraid of spiders like I am, I bet that photo gave you shivers. Face your fears and watch the machines. They will be set free on July 27th to the 30th.\nvia @la_chantale\nOttawa Welcomes the World: Egypt // 1525 Princess Patricia Way\nJuly 15th - 19th\nThis free event will give you a glimpse of the cultures of Egypt. Here you can enjoy the music, dance, foods, and clothes of Egypt. Ottawa Welcomes The World will also welcome Venezuela, Rwanda, Mongolia, Tanzania, Uruguay, Thailand, and Lithuania in the month of July.\nvia @tenorsmusic\nCanada Scene // 1 Elgin Street\nEnds July 23rd\nHead to the newly designed National Arts Centre and watch an amazing show. Artists in music, dance, theater, comedy, literature, and circus from all across Canada are all performing throughout July. If you love the arts definitely put this on your bucket list.\nvia @maniacal_me\nFortissimo: Beating Retreat Ceremony // Parliament Hill\nJuly 20th - 22nd\nA military and musical show that happens annually at Parliament Hill. The spectacle includes soldiers of the Ceremonial Guard, military bands, drums, and pipes. This event is free to watch and is definitely worth checking out.\nvia @nicholasplacephoto\nCanadian History Hall: The Canadian History Museum // 100 Laurier Street\nJuly 1st\nThe Canadian Museum of History unveils a new exhibition that showcases Canada's history. The exhibit will open on July 1st and is worth a visit for sure.\nvia @silviecheng\nOttawa Chamberfest // 355 Cooper Street\nJuly 22nd - August 4th\nIf you're a lover of the fine arts head to Ottawa Chamberfest. Music will be played live at stunning Ottawa churches. This one is definitely for the bougie art lovers out there.\nvia @facesottawa\nMosai Canada 150 Horiculture Sculptures // 285 Laurier St\nJune 30th - October 15th\nHow insane does that loooook?! This horiculture sculpture festival should be on your July bucket list. I am extremely excited to see these stunning sculptures! Did I mention it's free?\nvia @losbot\nSound Of Light Show: Northern Lights // Parliament Hill\nJuly 11th - September 16th\nAnother July classic. If you want to do something completely free head to the Sound Of Light Show on Parliament Hill. It's perfect for a cute date night or even just to watch with your squad.\nvia @visualsbysteve\nLove Thou Thy Land: The Making Of Canada's History // 1 Canal Lane\nJuly 2nd - 8th\nThe museum demonstrates the diversity of Canada through different cultural music and community groups. Outdoor programs and activities will be free from July 2nd to the 8th. Admission inside the museum is only $1.50 (perfect if you're broke AF).