Thursday April 6, 2023  8pm
$82 - $152
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for release March 14, 2022:
Chris de Burgh is moving his Canadian Tour to Spring 2023, now coming to Scotiabank Centre on Thursday April 6, 2023.

We have worked with the event organizer to reschedule your event and make sure you still have the chance to attend. Your April 16, 2022 tickets are still valid for the new date.

We understand you may not be able to make the new date and if you can't, you have until April 12, 2022, to request a refund via email at (please include your account number or purchase confirmation).
If you do not choose this option by April 12, 2022, your ticket will remain valid and honoured on the rescheduled date.


"An Evening With...Chris de Burgh - His Songs, Stories and Hits"

Ticket Prices
P1 Floor $152
P2 Floor $112
P2 Lower bowl $112
P3 Lower bowl $102 (Valentine's Day promo - get two P3 tickets for $111.50 - limited time only)
P4 Lower bowl back $82

Accessible seating is available to purchase online.
Find the clickable accessible seating link on the top left corner of the online purchase page.
More information below. 

Prices include tax and service charge.
Tickets subject to an additional $2 per order fee.

Ticket Limit
General public 8 per person/account/credit card
Presales 4 per person/account/credit card


Find out everything you need to know before you come to Scotiabank Centre for your event.

  • Press Release

    Montreal, December 1, 2021 – Worldwide hit maker, Chris de Burgh is excited to once again be returning to one of his favourite countries – Canada! After the many trials of Covid, Chris de Burgh and his Band are proud to announce they will be bringing his The Legend of Robin Hood and Other Hits Tour across Canada; starting in Halifax on April 16th, all the way to Victoria on May 11th and ending in Vancouver on May 14th. Tickets will go on sale on Friday December 10, 2021 at 10am (local time) at local ticketing outlets. 
    Fans can expect to hear a selection of songs from his brand new album The Legend of Robin Hood plus Moonfleet, Into The Light, Spanish Train and many other classic hits from an international career that spans 50 years. 
    Chris De Burgh has always had a very special relationship with Canada, “It was one of the first countries that really embraced my music, and the atmosphere of playing there is just electrifying. My music goes back a very long way there … the beautiful, wide open nation - and its wonderful people. We can’t wait to see you in the spring!” 
    De Burgh’s most iconic single, the chart topping The Lady in Red, remains to this day one of the most played songs on the planet and reached the #1 position in 47 countries. Out of his repertoire of more than 280 songs, De Burgh’s other classic songs are staples on the radio: Don’t Pay the Ferryman, Spanish Train, Patricia the Stripper, High on Emotion and A Spaceman Came Traveling speak to a generation of music lovers, who have rewarded him with sales of 50 million albums and sold out performances worldwide. 
    Chris de Burgh’s 27th studio album released this past September, The Legend of Robin Hood, re-imagines the fabled tale of a folklore favourite. The concept emerged from his involvement in Robin Hood, a stage musical about the infamous Sherwood Forest nobleman and his band of outlaws. Chris was invited to contribute storylines and melodies to the musical, which will be produced later in the year in Fulda, Germany, by Spotlight Productions. The compelling result breathes music and lyrical life into a centuries-old and much-loved classic. It has the romance and magic of a minstrel entertaining and enlightening the listener, and that is precisely what has made Chris so unique and peerless throughout his long career. The Legend of Robin Hood is an aural 
    extravaganza, played flawlessly by seasoned, talented musicians across a plethora of musical styles, from Medieval, ‘traditional’, nursery rhyme, folk and Celtic-infused to rock, classical and choral. 


    Dedicated accessible seating is available on the Concourse (Brunswick Street) Level of Scotiabank Centre.
    One companion ticket can be purchased with each accessible ticket.
    Please purchase in advance on our website ( - the option for accessible seating is located at the top left of the purchase page (see image example below).
    Guests who require accessible seating, but did not purchase tickets in an accessible area, will be accommodated to the best of our ability.
    The recommended drop off entrance is Gate B on the corner of Brunswick/Duke Streets.
    Find more about this and other Scotiabank guest policies HERE.


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    Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Visa Debit and Debit Mastercard accepted

COVID-19 Preparedness

With the ongoing concerns around COVID-19 and the recommendation from the Province of Nova Scotia to restrict public gatherings, the Scotiabank Centre is closed to events and public access until further notice. This is an unprecedented circumstance that impacts our employees and customers and we are actively working to support them during this time. Thank you for your continued patience and understanding. COVID-19 IMPACT OF PUBLIC GATHERINGS.