The City of Mississauga has entered 'Phase 3' in the COVID 19 Pandemic and the SaugaBusks program has been modified for the shortened 2020 Busking season (August 14 - October 31, 2020). Only 25 permits will be issued this year. Buskers must follow health and safety regulations outlined in the Terms and Conditions.
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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
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. Please take note of the new COVID-19 Pandemic regulations.
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 $2m 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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