NYE 2019

NYE 2019

Ring in 2019 with 30,000 of your closest friends. Kick things off with a DJ Skate from 8pm to 9pm with DJ Tilt and NYE hypeman, Sir Lancelot.

Hosted by Scott Willats, we're celebrating the New Year in style with main stage performances by all female Hip-Hop collective The Sorority, Canadian Rap royalty and JUNO Award winner K-OS, platinum-certified break out Canadian duo Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine, and Mississauga's own newest and freshest Rn'B/Hip Hop act, Anders.

NYE 2019 presented by Pizza Pizza Schedule*:

8 pm - DJ Skate with DJ Tilt and Sir Lancelot
9 pm - The Sorority
9:45 pm - K-OS
10:30 pm - Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine
11:10 pm - Anders
Midnight - Fireworks Finale by Tim Hortons

*subject to change

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From 7pm on December 31, 2018 to 4am January 1, 2019
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Monday, December 31, 2018 - 8:00pm
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