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Welcome to SaugaBusks!
Welcome to SaugaBusks!
2021 Busking Season Update
Only 50 SaugaBusk ID badges will be issued for the 2021 Busking season.
The City of Mississauga has entered 'Step 3' in the COVID 19 Pandemic and the Sauga Busks program is now available and is open until October 31, 2021 daily from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm.
Busking identification must be worn at all time while you are performing.
There is no electricity is available nor stages for performers - battery operated amps are acceptable to use
Busking locations are not scheduled and are on a first come first serve basis with a 2 hour limit.
Signage will be installed at the approved SaugaBusks locations
Specific marked locations and regulations set regarding COVID precautions must be adhered to.
COVID Pandemic Step 3 regulations :
If live entertainment is performed for spectators at the business or place, the performers maintain a physical distance of at least three metres from any spectators or are separated from any spectators by plexiglass or some other impermeable barrier.
People gathered in groups of fewer than 100 people and must maintain a distance of 2 metres (6 feet) from one another.
If the park, pathway or location you go to is crowded, leave and head to a less crowded area.
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