Enjoy the food and wine event of the year! The Carleton is delighted to be part of the Savour Food & Wine Festival 2022, Atlantic Canada’s premier food and wine event! In its 17th year, the event showcases over 70 of Nova Scotia’s finest restaurants, wines and beverages. Take in the evening and let your taste buds run wild as you explore samples of delectable foods, legendary cocktails and fine wine presented by Nova Scotia’s finest. This event gets underway at 7:00 pm Thursday May 19, 2022, at the Halifax Convention Centre, 1950 Argyle Street, Halifax. For tickets, visit: https://www.showpass.com/savour-food-wine-show-2022/
If you can’t stop by The Carleton, 1685 Argyle Street, Halifax on this date, we’d still love to hear from you!
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Congratulations to fearless leader (and ECMA nominee) Leona Burkey and these fabulous musicians (Roger Stone, Gabriel Minnikin, Jon Cornwall, David Bradstreet, Tyler Cox) for a great night at The Carleton in support of Autism Nova Scotia as they build understanding, acceptance, and inclusion for individuals on the Autism Spectrum and their families.
Just Announced! The Carleton‘s very popular Craft Draught Showdown series is on sale today. The line up features eight matchups, including the re-scheduled from 2021 sold-out Big Spruce Brewing vs. Upstreet Craft Brewing Showdown on March 30 and an exciting ‘Celebrating 25 Years Edition’ with local mainstay breweries, Garrison Brewing Co. and Propeller Brewing Company on August 27.
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Monday’s announcement by the Province of Nova Scotia to reinstate most of the Phase 4 restrictions for restaurants, bars, and arts and culture events was not entirely unexpected, is understandable and supported, and yet… has thrown The Carleton for a bit of a loop in term of shows remaining in 2021.
Here’s the scoop:
Operating under Phase 5 rules (proof of vaccine and photo ID required to enter the premises, masks worn when not seated or when not eating/drinking, ticketholders assigned to their own tables but no social distancing between tables)
- 8 pm Tuesday, Dec 14 – Cocktails and Candy Canes – 2 tickets available
- 7 pm Wednesday, Dec 15 – Craft Draught Showdown Big Spruce vs Upstreet – SOLD OUT
- 7 pm Thursday, Dec 16 – Rudy Pace’s Campfire Songwriters’ Circle f. Paul Vidito, Kristen Martell, Braden Lam, Jarod Gallant – tickets available
Operating under modified Phase 4 rules ((proof of vaccine and photo ID required to enter the premises, masks worn when not seated or when not eating/drinking, service only when seated, no bar seating, no dance floor, ticketholders assigned to their own tables with social distancing between tables). Although technically full capacity is still permitted, the social distancing requirement means we cannot host everyone who currently holds tickets to SOLD OUT shows. Please give thanks to these generous and committed artists who are adapting with us AND please be patient while we contact every ticketholder to determine attendance OR refund OR additional reduced capacity show(s).
- Friday, Dec 17 – Aaron MacDonald Band – NEW TIME 7 pm SOLD OUT and NEW SHOW 10 pm tickets available
- Saturday, Dec 18 – Gunning & Cormier Christmas – SOLD OUT
- Saturday, Dec 19 – Tevon Tynes & The Superstatics Miracle on Argyle Street – SOLD OUT
- Sunday, Dec 19 – Gunning & Cormier Christmas – SOLD OUT
- Monday, Dec 20 – Gunning & Cormier Christmas – SOLD OUT
- Tuesday, Dec 21 – Gunning & Cormier Christmas – SOLD OUT
The Carleton will be closed from Wednesday, Dec 22 through Thursday, Jan 5 to give our amazing staff a well-deserved holiday. Back in business (likely with smaller numbers) on Friday, January 6 as we welcome Loviet with opener The Backstays to the stage.
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Give the gift of The Carleton Experience this season!
$25, $50, and $100 gift cards available for purchase HERE.
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The Coast’s Burger Week strikes again! Presenting The Carleton’s Beat the Blues burger. Ground beef cut with ground bacon topped with blue cheese, a tangy and sweet balsamic onion jam, house special sauce, served with a toasted sesame bun. Gluten free bun available upon request.
Eat in or take out — $10 with $1 going to Feed Nova Scotia. Order fries or salad @ $5 and we will donate an extra $1.
During Burger Week, we open Monday at 6 pm, Tuesday-Wednesday at 5 pm, Thursday-Saturday at 4 pm. CLOSED Sundays. Note The Carleton is still hosting its award-winning events and concerts so interior seating limited! Takeout always an option.