Thursday, September 29, 2022

#FridayFive: 5 shows not to miss in Halifax (May 30-June 5)

Here is what we are most excited about on stages around Halifax this week.

1After two years marked by change and uncertainty, the Scotia Festival of Music (May 29-June 12) returns live for its 2022 edition. Visit scotiafestival.com for tickets and information.

Violinist Kerson Leong opens the 2022 Scotia Festival of Music.
Violinist Kerson Leong opens the 2022 Scotia Festival of Music.

2After a false COVID start, multi-platinum artist and multiple-time Juno award-winner Avril Lavigne (June 2) finally makes it to Halifax as part of her Bite Me Canada 2022 tour. Visit ticketatlantic.com for tickets and information.

Avril Lavigne: Bite Me Canada 2022
Avril Lavigne: Bite Me Canada 2022

3It’s one for the money, two for the show as Casino Nova Scotia plays host to A Tribute to Elvis In Concert (June 3) starring Pete Paquette and Chris Connor. Visit ticketatlantic.com for tickets and information.

Elvis tribute artists Pete Paquette and Chris Connor perform in A Tribute To Elvis In Concert.
Elvis tribute artists Pete Paquette and Chris Connor perform in A Tribute To Elvis In Concert.

4Cape Breton singer-songwriter Aaron MacDonald and his band (June 4) add a matinee performance to their Halifax shows at The Carleton. Visit thecarleton.ca for tickets and information.

Aaron MacDonald brings his brand of Americana to Halifax.
Aaron MacDonald brings his brand of Americana to Halifax.

5This week, Yuk Yuk’s Halifax welcomes comedian Rob Pue (June 3 & 4) to its stage with his funny knack for telling it like it is. Visit yukyuks.com for tickets and information.

Comedian Rob Pue.
Comedian Rob Pue.
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