Port Credit Busk Stop #1(see map) - south of the Lakeshore on the east side of the bridge opposite the lighthouse
Port Credit Busk Stop #2(see map) - west of JJ Plaus Park
Port Credit Busk Stop #3 (see map) - west of St. Lawrence Park, on the Waterfront Trail
Port Credit Busk Stop #4 (see map) - at 200 Lakeshore East, during Port Credit Farmers Market (June-October, 8am-1pm, Saturday only)
Lakefront Promenade Marina (see map) - by the Marina snack bar
Jack Darling Park (see map) - south of the washrooms where the Waterfront Trail meets the beach; across from where the food vendor usually sets up
Celebration Square Busk Stop(see map) - outside the Glass Pavilion on the lower square
City Centre Transit Terminal - Platform A(see map) - North-East corner of Rathburn Road West and Station Gate Road
Streetsville Village Square Busk Stop (see map)
- facing Queen Street next to Second Cup
Paul Coffey Park (see map) - outside the Arena by the playground
Meadowvale Community Centre Busk Stop (see map) - front entrance of the community centre
Fill out the application form and submit. Make sure to include links to your social media sites and a good description of your performance.
You will receive an email notifying you of acceptance into the program that provides information about what to do next. You will also receive a form that outlines the Terms and Conditions of the permit.
You will need to go in person to the Customer Service Centre with your form. Provide proof of insurance naming the City as an additional insured for $2 m in liability. If you do not have appropriate insurance, it can be purchased through the Customer Service Centre for $35 (plus PST).
They will take your picture and provide you with your busker ID.
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