New Orleans Style Mardi Gras Celebration
Ms. Julie may have moved from New Orleans to Nova Scotia, but she sure didn't leave her love of Mardi Gras behind: She's throwing a NOLA-style soirée to celebrate the countdown to spring at the Olympic Community Centre.
Signs of the Zodiac
Chances are you know your sign, but can you find it in the night sky? The Halifax Planetarium acts as a stargazing spot with a side of astrology, helping you map your way around the night sky.
AUS Basketball Championships
Friday // Saturday // Sunday
Three days of net-swishing action hits the Scotiabank Centre as univeristy teams vie for the top spot.
Spoken Word Poetry Showcase W/Mona Mousa
A spoken word poet with over 200 shows under her belt, Mona Mousa knows a thing or two about flowery phrases. Here, she shares some of her latest works with local wordsmiths at the coho.
HBFF: Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise
A biopic of the iconic writer and poet—followed by a talk from the film director—acts as a debut event for the Halifax Black Film Festival at Spatz Theatre.
Harlan House's last show
Thursday // Friday // Saturday
The artist's production days are slowing down, meaning this Page & Strange show will be your last chance to see biting bits of social commentary like a ceramic Galaxy Note or carved KFC bucket.
Fierce Femmes And Notorious Liars Book Launch
Kai Cheng Thom shares snippets of her upcoming book about a trans girl's escape from a dystopian future into a lipstick-fuelled subculture at Venus Envy.
Share W/The Olympic Symphonium
If every album has a story, Share's Pedestrian certainly doesn't disappoint. As the band celebrate its' 10 year anniversary with this Timber Lounge show, they recall recording the songs in a shed on Lady Hammond Drive, ripping drum tracks from youtube and making do with one mic.
RP Boo, a Chicago-based producer, DJ and noise-maker, rips up the dance floor at Menz with a high-energy set.