It’s hard to believe but it’s almost 2015. Where did the year go? No seriously. Where did it go? At any rate, it’s shaping up to be a great year with lots of fun events coming to Halifax. Here’s a sampling of what you can expect this year:
Craft Beer and Local Food Celebration – January 15 at the Halifax Club
Last time Local Connections hosted this event, it sold out a month early. So make sure you buy your tickets early. If you’re lucky enough to score tickets, you’re going to get to try all kinds of delicious beers and sprits and local foods at the Halifax Club. Local Connections knows how to throw a good party, so buy your ticket now.
The Addams Family, Neptune Theatre – April 7-May 24, 2015
They’re creepy and they’re kooky, mysterious and spooky, they’re altogether ooky, and you can see this lovably spooky family as they help Neptune Theatre close out their 51st season.
Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo – July 2015 (TBD)
The world’s largest annual indoor show is back for its 36th year. Thousands of local, national, and international performers will hit the floor of the Halifax Metro Centre to put on a world-class show. A full cast line-up will be revealed in the spring, but you should definitely book your tickets now.
Outdoor Film Experience – July/August 2015
The Atlantic Film Festival always hits it out of the park with their programming for the Outdoor Film Experience. In the past few years we’ve been treated to summers of Spielberg, Sandra Bullock, Johnny Depp, and Bill Murray, so you know whatever they’ve got planned for this summer is going to be amazing. Grab a blanket and a chair and park yourself on the Halifax Waterfront for some fun under the stars.
Argyle Street Festival – September 11-12, 2015
The first ever Argyle Street Festival will take place this September and will feature family entertainment, a live marketplace, local food and drink, and East Coast music. I’m already excited for this one – this is a perfect event for Argyle Street!
What events are you looking forward to next year?
Photo credits: Michelle Doucette (Atlantic Film Fest)