Due to the weather forecast, the Tunes at Noon concert with Braden Lam on the Salt Yard Stage, Halifax Waterfront, has been cancelled today. Tunes at Noon is a free, outdoor concert series, featuring performers from a wide range of musical genres. Concerts take place Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 12:00 Noon – 1:00 pm on the Salt Yard Stage, Halifax Waterfront, until August 27.
Upcoming concerts include:
- July 23 – Denzel Subban (French rap, French reggaeton)
- July 28 – Maura Whitman (modern pop)
- July 29 – Kids Losing Sleep (alternative pop-rock)
- August 4 – The Gilberts (contemporary folk)
- August 5 – Doris Mason (blues)
- August 6 – Nick & Yonelis (pop, Latin pop)
- August 11 – The Tritones (jazz, blues, and rhythm & blues)
- August 12 – The Bombadils (folk, bluegrass, Celtic)
- August 13 – Weldon & Josée Boudreau (part of Fête des Acadiens et des Acadiennes)
- August 18 – Thomas Stajcer (Americana, country)
- August 19 – Urban Surf Kings (instrumental surf)
- August 20 – Gizelle de Guzman (country-rock)
- August 25 – Vladimir Sitnikov (classical guitar)
- August 26 – Wave Lord (rap)
- August 27 – Zakary Miller (Canadiana swing)
For updates and full schedule, visit downtownhalifax.ca/tunesatnoon or like the Downtown Halifax Facebook page and follow @DowntownHalifax and #TunesatNoon2021 for updates.
Tunes at Noon is presented by Downtown Halifax Business Commission (DHBC), in partnership with the African Nova Scotian Music Association, print media sponsor The Coast, Develop Nova Scotia, Music Nova Scotia, and Youth Art Connection. Tunes at Noon recognizes the support of the Province of Nova Scotia and are pleased to work in partnership with the Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage to develop and promote our cultural resources for all Nova Scotians.