Scotiabank Centre today launched its 2022-23 fall season with a strong mix of events, including the return of anchor tenants the Halifax Mooseheads, the Halifax Thunderbirds and a series of concerts, comedy shows and special events.
“We know a diverse event mix is important to our community and partners and we’re thrilled to bring such an amazing lineup this season,” said Carrie Cussons, president and CEO, Scotiabank Centre. “Halifax has a strong legacy as a great host city for events thanks to our energetic fans and supportive community, so it’s no surprise that organizers are excited to bring great events here.”
The fall season kicks off with the Halifax Mooseheads home opener on September 23, followed by:
- Trevor Noah (September 24)
- Arkells (September 30)
- The Australian Pink Floyd Show (October 4)
- Tom Segura (October 16)
- Michael Bublé (October 21)
- The Offspring & Simple Plan (October 31)
- John Mulaney (November 4)
- Boney M (November 22)
- Halifax Thunderbirds home opener (December 2)
- 2023 IIHF World Juniors Championship (December 26 – January 5)
- And more.
To enhance the reach and impact of its events, Scotiabank Centre is also expanding its Community Ticket Program to include pilot partnerships with local community organizations including Kids Up Front Atlantic, ISANS, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Halifax and Halifax Public Libraries. Over 1,000 tickets will be donated to help partner organizations give their members an opportunity to experience live events.
“When Matches from Big Brothers Big Sisters are given access to community opportunities, they get a chance to experience new things together. Littles become better connected and are encouraged to get involved with the community,” said Leila Bautista, Community Engagement Coordinator for Big Brothers Big Sisters. “We are thankful that Scotiabank Centre sees the value of supporting local youth mentorship.”
For more information, visit: https://www.scotiabank-centre.com/ and eventseast.com/community.