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The Carleton is located right at the corner of Argyle and Prince Street, in the heart of beautiful downtown Halifax. This restaurant has an extensive menu that specializes in American cuisine and seafood; don't forget to try out the BBQ Ribs and Maple Blackened Salmon which have been loved by their regulars. There's also a variety of drinks and spirits to choose from at the well-stocked bar at this place. The Carleton hosts a large number of live music performances, and hence is a popular spot for music lovers in the city. Since the restaurant is located in a residential building, the music tries to stay away from the rock n roll type sounds, and is more inclined towards softer tunes. This place also serves as a launch pad for emerging talent, and is known to encourage budding artists.
Scotiabank Centre, formerly known as Halifax Metro Centre, is Halifax's largest multi-purpose indoor sporting arena. Home to junior hockey's Mooseheads, and full to the rafters when the team is on the ice, the Scotiabank Centre hosts any number of large events, including championship figure skating, basketball, and at least one NHL pre-season game every September. It also serves as an event hall for concerts and cultural functions throughout the year. Visitors of all interests can enjoy the Scotiabank Centre and should check it out when in the Halifax area.
Take some time off from your regular schedule and enjoy a melodious evening at The Marquee Club. Located on the Gottingen Street, this club is popular for hosting several music performances regularly. The club has been operating since 1998 and has been voted as one of the best venues for live music concerts. Its plush interiors can accommodate around 650 people. The club is well-facilitated with excellent lighting and sound technology and assures a great concert experience to its audience.
Located besides the Halifax Skate Park and overlooking a swimming pool, The Pavilion is an all-ages live music entertainment venue. Over the years, this place has seen some top notch musicians and bands perform to an enthusiastic audience who seem to have an insatiable appetite for fun and entertainment. Also known as Halifax Pavilion, this is a great place to check out some professional artists who do what they do best, or to watch some emerging new talent work their way up to stardom. The Pavilion is equipped with a main stage, a green room, a coat check room, and two washrooms.
Located in the Dalhousie University Arts Centre, the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium is a well-equipped event space. The spacious auditorium boasts of seating over 1020 spectators and has separate balcony seating and wheelchair accessibility. The hall has an inclined seat arrangement and assure fine views of the stage from each seat. Popularly used as a venue for music concerts, the chic Rebecca Cohn Auditorium is well-facilitated with modern sound and light equipment. In case you feel hungry, you can enjoy some delights from the candy and bar services offered here.