Big Screens

Big Screens

The Big Screens are a main feature on Celebration Square. These state-of-the-art outdoor LED screens are used to enhance events such as concerts and festivals; showcase screen based and interactive artworks; bring the community together to watch sporting events or play videos games; and to share information with the public.

Art on the Screens

Mondays 8-10pm
May to September

Art on the Screens is an annual series hosted at Mississauga Celebration Square on Monday nights throughout the summer. As part of this series we present innovative digital, screen based works by local, regional and national artists on our large public screens.

Work selected for Art on the Screens is selected in three streams: Partner Events, Community Programming and Juried Artworks. Community Programming includes local groups such as the Mississauga Independent Film Night, Sheridan College and the Mississauga Youth Film Festival. Our Partner Events have included the Art Gallery of Mississauga, ImagineNATIVE Film and Media Arts Festival, Lunch Inc, Vector Festival, InterAccess, Media Architecture Summit, Vice TV, Toronto International Film Festival, TUFF, and Reel Asian and the PanAm/Parapan Games. Many renowned artists have been showcased including Nick Pye, Kid Koala, Broken City Lab, Aubrey Reeves, Jon Sasaki, Geoffery Pugen and Fedora Romita.

To see the full line up of artists please see our
Public Art page

To see the 2016 Art on the Screens Series, please view the
Highlight Report

To see the 2017 Art on the Screens Series, please view the
Highlight Report

If you would like to see your work on the screens, keep an eye on our
Calls for Submissions

Movie Nights

Thursdays 8pm
May to September

Movie Nights is an annual series that sees Celebration Square transformed into the city's biggest outdoor theatre. Presenting a mix of new releases, animated features and classics on the big screens, Movie Nights offer something for all tastes.


The screens provide a great opportunity to bring the community together to cheer on their team. The large format screens, along with the amenities of Celebration Square, provide a comfortable and fun experience to watch your favourite sporting event.

Sports featured on the screens include special events such as the Olympics, major international soccer tournaments, and local playoff games for the Raptors, Blue Jays and Maple Leafs.

Get on the Screens

Interested in showcasing your art on the screens? See Calls for Submission on our Public Art page. Have a great idea for a project or would like to discuss sponsorship or partnership opportunities, contact Celebration Square.

Some highlights include:

  • Gaming on the Screens
  • Sports on the Screens
  • Ideas on the Screens
  • Animation on the Screens
  • Music on the Screens

View our Digital Screen Policy
Celebration Square policy #05-03-04

Gateway Advertising Screen

These screens are located on the corner of Burnhamthorpe & Duke of York

For Gateway Advertising inquiries contact:
Nicola Petrie, Director of Retail Sales
Phone: 416-440-6698

Contact Us
For more Information Contact:
311 or 905-615-4311 outside city limits

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This summer, enjoy the time-honoured tradition of English Afternoon Tea combined with a tour of the Benares Historic House. With more than 165 years of history, this exquisite Georgian style estate was home to four generations of the Harris and Sayers families.

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Celebrate the Small Arms Ltd. workers and the local community who supported WWII on the home front! The Small Arms Society (SAS) is hosting a "back to the 40's" event, to celebrate the 14,000 women and men who worked at the Small Arms Ltd. site from 1940-1946.