Halifax Metro Centre is located on Brunswick Street in the heart of downtown Halifax, just below the old Town Clock and Halifax Citadel National Historic Site.
With a seating capacity in excess of 10,000, Halifax Metro Centre is fully accessible to persons with disabilities, fully air-conditioned and includes 13 executive suites, 35 skyboxes and a VIP Lounge (Tattoo Lounge).
There are also 2,700 parking spaces close by.
In July 1976, Halifax was uniquely honoured by the presence of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and HRH Prince Philip who participated in the ground-breaking ceremony of the Halifax Metro Centre.
In the opening year, 1978, Halifax Metro Centre featured its very first concert, Gordon Lightfoot. That concert was followed by CIAU Basketball Championship. Within that first year the Montreal Canadiens, Boston Bruins and the Chicago Blackhawks faced off in NHL Exhibition games.
Today, the Halifax Metro Centre is the largest multipurpose facility in Atlantic Canada, serving as the region’s premier venue for concerts, sports and special events.
The Halifax Metro Centre is home to the Halifax Mooseheads, the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo and the Halifax Rainmen.