City Hall Grand Parade Holiday Projection and Light Show
Halifax Regional Municipality would like to acknowledge that this show is taking place in Mi’kma’ki (Mee-gum-mah-gee) the ancestral and traditional lands of the Mi’kmaq people. HRM acknowledges the Peace & Friendship Treaties signed in this Territory and recognizes that we are all Treaty People.
Holiday Projection Show
The Holiday Projection Show will be projected on the entire surface of the south (Grand Parade side) wall of City Hall. The show contains holiday images including a toy train, presents, snowflakes, and turns City Hall into a gingerbread house! The finale has a fireworks display!
While enjoying the show, we ask everyone to abide by the Province of Nova Scotia Department of Health & Wellness Coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions and guidance. Please remember to social distance and to wear a mask.
Check out the show from a different vantage point!
The musical performers who contributed to the show are:
Steve Dooks – Producer, Director, Studio Tech and piano
Garrett Gloade – Indigenous drum
Robert Leek, Ayo Aladejebi, Moriah Aladejebi – African drums
Joseph Goodwin & Alyse Delaney – singers
Holiday projection show creative and production by Wasko AV http://waskoav.com/
The shows begin on Saturday, November 28, 2020, and finish on Saturday, January 1, 2021. Every night of the week from 4:30 p.m. to 9:50 p.m. a magical holiday projection and light show will take place in the Grand Parade next to City Hall on the trees, the Christmas tree and the City Hall building. Each evening the show will take place every 10 minutes. Example: 5 p.m., 5:10 p.m., 5:20 p.m., 5:30 pm, 5:40 p.m., and 5:50 p.m.
**Note on December 10 the shows will start at 7:30 p.m. and in honour of the Halifax Explosion there will not be any shows on Dec. 6**