Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo 2015

Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo by Valley Family Fun


Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo 2015

Something for Everyone!
June 30- July 7, 2015
Scotiabank Centre, Halifax

**Disclosure: I received tickets to the show in exchange for this blog post. All opinions are my own**


Here‘s what my kids had to say about going to the Tattoo!


“I love it!”
“I loved the flying Grampas”
“Totally looking forward to going this year!”
“I love it so much. I love the funny bits.”
“It’s super funny!”
“You should go because lots of people are practicing for it and expecting lots of people to come, so you should go! Lots of countries are coming to join it.”


The Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo is a week-long event held every year in Nova Scotia. The two-and-a-half hour family show is fast-paced – every scene only lasts about 3-6 minutes, so there is always something new to see and experience.


Looking for a taste of true Nova Scotia? There’s bagpipes, highland dancers and military traditions.


Hoping for something more modern? The Tattoo also features innovative acrobatic acts, modern music, contemporary dancing, trampoline routines and cutting-edge videos.


Here is the ever-expanding list of performers for the 2015 Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo

As it is only an hour from the Valley, the Tattoo makes an easy family adventure!

I have such vivid memories of going as a child that I couldn’t wait to take my kids. They loved it even more than I thought was possible! My boys who never sit still for anything, hung off every moment!
They cannot wait to go back this year!


To make it even more accessible for families, this year there are more matinee performances.
Show times are here


When is it?

The first week of July every year! In 2015, the Tattoo will be held June 30-July 7.


Who will enjoy it?

Everybody! Young and old alike will enjoy this spectacular display. It is for tourists and locals, children and seniors, students and parents, couples and families. It is for you!


Where is it?

The Scotiabank Centre, a modern, air-conditioned arena located in the very heart of Downtown Halifax (formerly known as the Metro Centre).


Who is in it?

The cast of the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo includes people of all ages and backgrounds. Featuring military, police and civilian performers, the show is a true partnership. You will see and hear pipes and drums, military and civilian bands, historic re-enactments, dancers, acrobats, choirs, military displays and competitions, drama, comedy and much more.

The participants are without a doubt, the best in the world at what they do and they come from all over the world to take part.



Want tickets?

Tickets are available online at, by phone at 1-877-451-1221 or (902) 451-1221 and at designated ticket outlets.

Buy 3 Adult ‘A’ or ‘B’ Seats and Get 1 FREE!*
*Limited three orders per transaction (maximum 12 persons)
*Offer not available on Prestige or Gold seating
*Must be requested at the time of booking
*Offer only available at the Scotiabank Centre Box Office

Youth ticket prices are available starting at only $25!
Depending on where you sit, is the cost of the ticket

Seating and pricing



Want to add to your experience?

Your chance to go behind the scenes at the world’s largest annual indoor show.
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like backstage at the Tattoo here’s your chance to see for yourself: you’ll get to walk out onto the stage, see where all of the props and costumes are stored, and you might even run into a performer or two, all while you learn about the history of the Tattoo and fun facts about the show.

Your tour guide will have years of experience with the Tattoo and can offer you insight you’d never hear otherwise.

Only $15/person + tax.
Children 12 and under, $7.50/child + tax.

Book your tickets!

Get in the mood with this video from a past performance

Treat you and your family to trip to the Royal International Tattoo! You won’t regret it!


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