Ria Mae looks to the future, which includes a hometown show on March 9.
There's no reason to panic about getting anyone a Christmas gift this year: Halifax (already) has something for every music fan in 2019.
All tickets are handily on sale this Friday, December 14, in time for you to get a nice card to go with them.
Perhaps your in-laws don't enjoy live music, but they really appreciate a good laugh? You can grab tickets starting this Friday for the Thank You For Being a Friend: The Ultimate Golden Girls Experience
, a puppet show at the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium
. Do you remember the stitch you had in your gut from listening to Dorothy crack a sarcastic joke as Rose, adorably, misunderstood? Hop in a time machine back to the 80s on March 3
. Tickets are available at the Dalhousie Arts Centre
The two-time Juno-winning pop artist Ria Mae
is coming home to perform at the Marquee Ballroom
on March 9
. Tickets ($20 adv/$25 show) will be available on December 14 at the etixnow kiosks in the Halifax Forum (2901 Windsor Street) and Music Nova Scotia (2169 Gottingen Street) and at Sonic Concerts
took the emotions from the death of his father and the love for his new wife and turned them into the album Ever After The Farewell.
He returns to Halifax on March 18
at the Rebecca Cohn
. The one non Friday sale date, tickets ($26.50 adv/$31.50 show) will be for sale Thursday, December 13 at the Dalhousie Arts Centre.
Wintersleep comes out of the forest to play new songs on March 29.
Halifax indie stars Wintersleep
just announced plans for its latest album In The Land Of
, to be released the same weekend as their hometown show at the Marquee
on March 29
and July Talk
have seven Juno Awards—the bands will be hitting the road together for a cross-Canada tour during April and May, bringing all their hits across the country. The third-last stop, out of 12, is May 3
at the Scotiabank Centre
. Get tix here