NYE 2018

NYE 2018

Presented by Pizza Pizza

New Year's Eve at Celebration Square has been shortened due to extreme cold weather conditions.

The New Year's Eve event will begin at 11:30 pm with Shaun Frank and Delaney Jane, live onstage, followed by a countdown to a spectacular fireworks show to ring in the new year.

Please note that the fireworks are weather dependant. If wind speeds are high, it may be unsafe to launch fireworks. The City will continue to monitor conditions and update through social media channels.

Everyone attending the event is advised to dress appropriately for the weather; cover all extremities, monitor yourself and others for signs of cold stress, and keep active when outdoors, if possible.

Hosted by Scott Willats and Khaled Iwamura

Schedule
10 am - 11:30 pm: Skating Rink open
11:30 pm: Shaun Frank with Delaney Jane
11:59 pm: Countdown to 2018
Fireworks at midnight presented by Tim Horton

Ride Free on New Year's Eve
From 7 pm on December 31, 2017 to 4 am January 1, 2018
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Click here for a map of the Square, including road closure information.

Sunday, December 31, 2017 - 11:30pm to Monday, January 1, 2018 - 12:15am
Free Event

Supported By

Presenting Sponsor: Pizza Pizza, Fireworks Sponsor: Tim Hortons
Supporting Sponsors: First Capital, Meadowvale Town Centre and Pepsi
Media Partner: InSauga.com
Contact Us
For more Information Contact:
311 or if outside city limits: 905-615-4311

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