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Scotiabank Centre, Halifax

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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.

The facility opened in 1978 as Halifax Metro Centre and in September 2014 transitioned to Scotiabank Centre.

With a seating capacity in excess of 10,000, Scotiabank Centre is fully accessible to persons with disabilities, fully air-conditioned and includes 13 executive suites, 35 skyboxes and the Scotiabank Centre premium seating lounge.

Scotiabank Centre is the largest multipurpose facility in Atlantic Canada and the hub for major events in Nova Scotia, serving as the region's premier venue for concerts, sports and special events. The facility is home to the Halifax Mooseheads, the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo and the Halifax Hurricanes.

For ticketing information, please visit www.ticketatlantic.com.

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  • It was very easy to get to and there was plenty of local parking (although this was not an issue for me personally). It was a typical large tiered arena and they had monitors all over so even if you d...  more »
  • We went to Stars on Ice and the crowd was huge! The staff handled the crowd well. The seats are normal seats for an arena and not overly comfy. The seats we had for the show were excellent as far as v...  more »
  • 2017 Stars On Ice production was very entertaining. We've been fortunate to attend numerous SOI productions over the past 19 years; we found that this production had a small cast and was not quite as ...  more »
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  • The special effects for performances are incredible! The seats are very comfortable and the snack choices are varied! This is wonderful place to enjoy your favourite local sports teams' games and many other events, celebrations and festivities!
  • Event was great, however although the seats themselves were comfortable the ZERO legroom made the whole thing VERY UNCOMFORTABLE. I cannot imagine being in the same seats in winter waring large jackets and boots !! This needs to be addressed ! I would not bring another group to an event here if the lack of legroom is not fixed. I run an organisation of some 400 members, the ones who attended this event have the same view Re legroom. This will be posted to all members.
  • Nice 10,000 seat hockey rink..Great venue's held here. Have been here s many times. Newly renovated in recent years..
  • Visited the Scotiabank Centre to watch the 2017 Scottish Tattoo. Very good views from the seats. Great show.
  • If you are over 6ft tall, you will find the legroom in the new blue seats lacking. I am 6'4, and I found the side seats tight, and had to keep legs spread open to be somewhat comfortable. The corner sections are horrible, so much so that I can't put my feet flat on the floor, so uncomfortable that the Usher let us sit in the folding chairs behind the section (sec 4).