December 2: Nova Scotian rockers The Trews are back in the Maritimes with their hard-drivin’ sound, for what’s sure to be a raucous show at the Dalhousie Arts Centre.
December 14 to 22: Back for its 59th year, the Student, Staff, Faculty and Alumni Exhibition at the Dalhousie Art Gallery features works by members of the Dalhousie University community.
December 14: Comedian Greg Morton headlines the Halifax Comedy Fest’s Christmas-themed show HA! HA! HALIDAY at Casino Nova Scotia
December 14, 29: The city’s hometown hockey heroes, the Halifax Mooseheads, are a major-junior team featuring many up-and-coming stars, competing in the same league where superstar Sidney Crosby got his start. The Halifax Metro Centre on Duke Street hosts games throughout the season. On December 14, the Mooseheads take on Acadie-Bathurst in their final game before the holiday break, returning on December 29 to play cross-province rivals Cape Breton.
December 28: Acclaimed R&B act En Vogue has won more MTV Video Music Awards than any other female group. They perform at Casino Nova Scotia.