Warm up this winter with MCS! Beginning November 21, Celebration Square will transform into the Great Bright North with vibrant and festive lighting. Guests planning to walk-through the Square must keep within their household group and maintain a safe physical distance of 2m at all times.
35' Christmas Tree powered by Alectra
Professionally adorned with 18,000 twinkling lights, the Christmas Tree at Celebration Square will be up until January 3.
Light Up the Square Virtual Ceremony
Watch from the comfort of your couch, cozy-recliner or reindeer-drawn sleigh as Mayor Bonnie Crombie and Members of Council light up the Square with help from MCS hosts Selena and Mariah, and music from local rising stars, U.N. Jefferson. Please note, this ceremony is online only and there will be no in-person event.
With a simple gust of wind this awe inspiring 7,000 sq. ft. artwork transforms and creates endless light and soundscapes. Originally commissioned jointly by Illuminart and the Quartier des Spectacles in Montreal for the Fete des Lumieres in France, it will be making its debut in the GTA this winter at Celebration Square until January 3, 2021.
The Northern Lightbox presented by TD
This immersive photo op will transport you to the majestic Boreal Forest under the Aurora Borealis. Step in, take a photo, and be sure to share with us! #celebrationsquare
Freeze Frame presented by Bell
Strike a pose in the Freeze Frame and share your photos with us! #celebrationsquare
Coming Soon! - MCS NYE 2021 Playlist
Featuring 21 fun and family friendly songs to cap off the year. Attendees can virtually tune in to exclusive interviews spotlighting three upcoming Mississauga artists. Stay tuned to our social channels @MCSEvents for more information.
Effective Monday, Nov. 23, Mississauga will move to the Grey-Lockdown level. Celebration Square will remain open for walk-through access; please take note of the following health & safety requirements, prior to attending the Square:
- Keep within your household group and maintain a minimum distance of 2 metres apart from others
- Wash your hands with warm water and soap frequently. Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available
- Wear a mask or face covering when physical distancing cannot be maintained
- Sneeze and cough into a tissue, or use your sleeve
If you feel sick, stay home and get tested.