On Tuesday, June 26, The Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo invites you and your class to the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo! Celebrate the end of the school year with a good ole fashion ceilidh in a special performance exclusive to students.
With these deeply discounted prices, it's a no brainer. At only $12 per student and free tickets for chaperones*, bringing your class has never been so affordable.
Pipers, drummers, dancers, acrobats, bands, choirs, singers, display teams and more will help us celebrate our ruby jubilee here in Halifax!
The show, starting at 11:00am is two-and-a-half-hours long with a 15 minute intermission, will keep your students engaged the whole time! Bookings and payment must be made by May 31st 2018. Did we mention Chaperone seats are free*!
We're pleased to welcome home school students as well!
We're excited to have you and your students come see the show, to book your seats, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 902-492-4212.
If you have any questions about the show or the day, please email us, email@example.com or call 902-420-1114.
Bring History Alive
The Tattoo focuses on themes and milestones that helped to shape Canada as we know it. this year, the Tattoo will be celebrating:
The First World War
Celebrating 100 years of the end of the First World War, the Tattoo pays tribute to those lost but not forgotten, battles that changed the course of the war, and the mark it left on this country.
Women in Service
Women played a key and necessary role in the war effort. Let's recognise the hard work and great contributions women have made!
Battle of the Atlantic
The longest active campaign of the Second World War, the Battle of the Atlantic played a key role in keeping supply routes open for the forces fighting on the front lines.
Music to Your Ears
The Tattoo is rooted in musical tradition and sees hundreds of musicians each year. Everything from the bagpipe to the fife, and even some of the more obscure instruments. The Tattoo will keep your toes tapping the whole time.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there parking nearby?
Yes! You can drop off at the Scotiabank Centre along Brunswick street then park in any one of the many parking lots down town.
Where can we take our students to eat before/after the show?
Scotia Square Mall has a food court, if you are looking for a resturant see our nearby resturant listings here.
Is there any adult content or content not suitable for a student in grade primary?
No! We are a family friendly show.
What is the price for extra adults to attend (if I go over the chaperone quota)?
Additional chaperones will pay regular price on tickets (based on age and section). For more information on regular pricing, click here.
What time should the show be over?
The show is 2 hours and 30 minutes long with a 15 minute intermission meaning it should be over at 1:45.
Are homeschool students included in this offer?
Is it best for homeschool students to band together and form a big group or can they book individually?
It's up to you! There is no benifit for larger groups.
Are there any additional fees along with the ticket?
How many free chaperone seats do I get?
The number of free chaperone seats are based on the Halifax Regional School Board guideline that state:
P to 2 - 1 chaperone per 5 students
3 to 6 - 1 chaperone per 8 students
7 to 12 - 1 chaperone per 15 students
Can my students bring their own lunch?
Yes, students will be allowed to bring their own food into the Scotiabank Centre.
* Number of free chaperone seats are based on the recommended student to chaperone ratio.