Canada Day Celebration 2019

Canada Day Celebration 2019

Celebrate Canada's 152nd birthday with your favourite artists and 100,000 new friends at Mississauga Celebration Square.

Catch an incredible line-up of Canadian artists on the mainstage headlined by multi-award nominated rock group Marianas Trench, multi-instrumentalist Logan Staats, country duo Leaving Thomas and singer/producer Sickick. This year's celebration will have you waving your flags capped off with an epic fireworks finale presented by Tim Hortons. Canada's 152nd birthday is one event you don't want to miss.

Please note: Event activities including fireworks are weather permitting. Be sure to check out our Twitter and Facebook pages for updates on the status of the fireworks show.

Monday, July 1, 2019 - 2:00pm to 10:30pm
Free Event

Supported By

Fireworks presented by Tim Hortons. Special thanks to Canadian Heritage.
Volunteer Sponsor: Bell. Media Partner: Global News.
Supporting Sponsors: Pepsi and Alectra
Contact Us
For more information contact:
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