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Welcome to SaugaBusks!

2021 Busking Season Update

On Saturday, April 3 at 12:01 am, Mississauga entered a Provincewide shutdown due to rising cases of COVID-19 in Ontario. As a result, the Busking Program is temporarily on hold. Applications for the 2021 Busking Season will open once provincial restrictions are lifted. Updates will be posted on this webpage and on our social media accounts as information becomes available later this month. Stay connected and follow us @saugaculture on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter!


Busk stop locations are:

Port Credit Busk Stop #1 (see map)
- South side of Lakeshore on the East side of the bridge opposite the lighthouse

Port Credit Busk Stop #2 (see map)
- On walkway in JJ Plaus Park

Port Credit Busk Stop #3 (see map)
- End of the Pier in JJ Plaus Park

Port Credit Busk Stop #4 (see map)
- Port Credit Memorial Park, close to the bridge on the North side.

Port Credit Busk Stop #5
- Outside Port Credit Marina office

Lakefront Promenade Park (see map)
- by the Boat Launch

Celebration Square Busk Stop (see map)
- Lower square, South end of raised garden
- North end of Market Trellis
- Upper Square, South end of raised garden

Streetsville Village Square Busk Stop (see map)
- facing Square stage by Queen street - by clock

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