Mississauga Celebration Square is a popular location for independently-produced concerts and performances, events and festivals. Celebration Square features: state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems on two stages; an interactive water feature/skating rink; built-in amenities to accommodate vendors; seasonal plantings and green space; elegant glass pavilion; chairs, tables and umbrellas; and a full service, licensed cafe.
Events at Mississauga Celebration Square are free and open to the public.
There is a competitive application process to host large events at Mississauga Celebration Square. Applications are evaluated by the Mississauga Celebration Square Community Reference Group. Applications will be accepted until Sunday October 17, 2021 at 11:59 PM
Small Events have approximately 1,000 attendees or less, and do not require the main stage concert systems.
Small Events will be considered on a case-by-case basis, based on the availability of City resources. Small Event Applications must be submitted a minimum of 12 weeks prior to the event date to be considered.
Local music curators present a series of safe, outdoor, physically distanced concerts in the Amphitheatre. Tickets are required and seating is assigned on a first-come first-served basis. Please note that face coverings are required at all times while in the Amphitheatre.
The Lakeview Farmers' Market runs from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, and operates Sundays from May 30th to October 10th. The Market features local, sustainable, organic, and artisanal products, which provide an important source of income for local farmers, growers, producers, and artisans.
friend of a friend is an online exhibition created by Visual Arts Mississauga's 2020-21 Creative Residents. The artwork presented is inspired by the social and creative connections that shape our artistic practices, our identities, and our evolving narratives.
Eat fresh and shop local this summer at Celebration Square. This favourite central market offers a broad variety of items including homemade preserves and honey, baked goods, locally produced wine and Ontario-grown fruits and vegetables.