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Scotiabank Centre, Halifax
(3.6/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
Scotiabank Centre is located on Brunswick Street in the heart of Downtown Halifax, just below the old Town Clock and Halifax Citadel National Historic Site.

* Seating capacity: 10,000+

* Accessible to persons with disabilities

* 13 Executive Suites, 34 Skyboxes and Wiser's Lounge

Home to:

Halifax Mooseheads hockey club: halifaxmooseheads.ca

Halifax Rainmen basketball club: rainmenbasketball.ca

Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo: nstattoo.ca

For information on tickets, visit ticketatlantic.com

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  • We went to the Game on Nov 11, everything about the experience was fabulas, very clean place, very friendly, loved it 
  • we had gone to the recent our lady peace concert in Halifax, for a 20 oz cup of tap beer, we had paid 8.50, line ups were horrible.. bartenders were slow af to get the line moving. 
  • This is a nice hockey arena located in downtown Halifax across from the Citadel. The arena looks pretty new. I was lucky while visiting Halifax for the first time, there was a hockey game between the ...  more »
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  • Decent medium-sized venue for sports and concerts. It's a bit old now, but they've refreshed it with new seats and vendors. The location is certainly excellent, being close to restaurants and pubs in the surrounding area.
  • In this day of political correctness I was so upset to see the numerous amount of people in huge lines that had visible disabilities and no special entrance for them to use as they do in other cities. The staff were friendly the building clean but none of that counts when they forget their are people that have every right to see an event but cannot endure the lines. Shame on you for neglecting the disabled and taking away their option to enjoy the same events that we take for granted. I will also be reaching out to Human Rights to see if they will step in and fix this issue. Very disappointed.
  • Great concerts and sporting events. Food is your typical area fare. Beer selection could be better.
  • i love this arena it is my home arena and i seen 2 Championchips here the Halifax Mooseheads hockey and Halifax huricanes basketball
  • LOVE IT! It is a cool venue that music concerts, and hockey evenst are held at!