Time to set your schedules free for your friends and family this weekend! Experience live music, enjoy festivals, and watch amazing movies throughout Halifax!
Grand Reunion Finale Weekend
As part of the Grand Oasis Festival, experience a series of multi-day musical events that has brought world-renowned musical artists to stages in Halifax’s grand Parade Square and Alderney Landing or the Dartmouth Waterfront this weekend. Head on to the Grand Parade Square at 7:00 pm starting this Friday and don’t miss free and amazing music, acrobats and a giant octopus as they celebrate its final weekend!
This Sunday, bring your family and friends and watch a series of concerts consisting of local Halifax musicians and bands. These concerts are open to the public and 100% of any donations from visitors will be given to support Feed Nova Scotia! Festivities will start at 11:00 am. The venue will be at the Halifax waterfront on the Foundation Wharf Stage.
Recycled Collage Night
Are you a Nature Lover or an artist? Or are you both? Then this is for you! Get your recyclable materials and other materials and proceed to the Dartmouth Tare Shop this Friday at 7:30 pm for Recycled Collage Night! This is hosted by the Halifax Collage Collective and a free event for all ages! So, bring your materials and get crafting!
Watch and enjoy amazing movie with your loved ones inside your car! They are located at various locations throughout HRM as they bring you drive-In and outdoor movie experiences. Gates open at 7:30pm so buckle up and reserve your tickets now!
Sackville Summer Concert Series
Enjoy the music of amazing local talents at Acadia Park this Sunday! This free concert is presented to you by The Sackville Business Association. Bring your blankets or chairs and bond with your family as they serenade you with their sweet music at the 650 Sackville Drive, Lower Sackville. Concert starts at 7:00 in the evening.
The Skeleton Dance
The Skeleton Dance began development in 2019 as a vocal masque assignment in theatre school between emerging artists Ella MacDonald (she/her) and Emma James (they/she). Thanks to the support of their faculty and many other community partners, The Skeleton Dance is able to take on new life while it explores death in a new way. The creation, development, and presentation of The Skeleton Dance has taken place in K’jipuktuk, the ancestral and unceded land of the Mi’kmaq people.
Enjoy their creative show this Saturday at the Halifax Waterfront – Sackville Landing at 10:30 in the morning. Bring your friends and family because all performances are free!
More events and programs at https://www.familyfuncanada.com/halifax/weekend-guide/
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