Good Tidings at Bishop’s Landing

Date: November 22, 2019

Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm

Location: Bishop’s Landing, 1475 Lower Water Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3Z2

Kick off the holiday celebrations on November 22 at Bishop’s Landing! The more the merrier as we light the tree on the Halifax waterfront.

The Big Sing—the dynamic duo of Jack Bennet and George Woodhouse—will lead us in a sing-a-long experience that is one part kitchen party, one part concert, and one part comedy event. The holiday spirit will be in full swing as our community comes together to spread Good Tidings and sing our hearts out! All ages are welcome to attend this free event.

The tree will be lit on November 22 at 6pm, no matter the weather!

Feeling especially festive? Come to Bishop’s Landing early to enjoy local holiday gift shopping, or enjoy a beverage and a bite to eat at one of our popular restaurants.

For more details and to let us know you’ll be attending, visit our Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/540963223371522/

Celebrate Good Tidings at Bishop’s Landing and Win a $500 Holiday Prize Package!

The local shops and restaurants at Bishop’s Landing are spreading Good Tidings through sales, samples, events, and specials this holiday season from November 22 – December 24. Enter to win a holiday prize package valued at $500, including gift cards and goodies from retailers and restaurants such as The Bicycle Thief, Bishop’s Cellar, Rum Runners Rum Cake Factory, Sugah, and more. Learn more and enter to win on bishopslanding.com/goodtidings

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