Ring in 2020 at MCS with 30,000 of your closest friends. New Year's Eve at Celebration Square is the city's biggest New Year's celebration.
We're welcoming 2020 in style with an award winning lineup of today's hottest acts. Juno Award winning hip hop artist Jazz Cartier will headline this year's event, with a bombastic performance you won't want to miss. Bring your dancing shoes, because Spotify sensation Shope, and pop dynamo LU KALA will have you grooving all night long. Hosted by Mississauga's own Scott Willats and MCS emcee Mariah Amber, Celebration Square will welcome 2020 with a bang.
Introducing NYE JR.!
New this year, join us for NYE JR. - a new year's event for the early-to-bed set. This pint-sized party will see the Mini Pop Kids live onstage performing today's hottest hits. Hosted by MCS emcee Selena Jasmine, NYE JR. will ring in the New Year for the kids, and still get them home for bed.
With skating, food trucks and 30,000 of your closest friends, NYE at Celebration Square is the place to be to ring in 2020!
NYE 2020 Schedule*
8 pm - NYE JR. with the Mini Pop Kids
9 pm - Confetti Countdown
9:15 pm - LU KALA
10:10 pm - Shope
11:05 pm - Jazz Cartier
Midnight - Fireworks Finale presented by Tim Hortons
*subject to change
Ride Free on MiWay
All passengers will be able to ride free between 7pm on Tuesday, December 31, 2019 and 4am on Wednesday, January 1, 2020. #RideFreeNYE miway.ca/nye
Tuesday, December 31, 2019 - 8:00pm to Wednesday, January 1, 2020 - 12:00am
For more information contact:
311 or if outside city limits: 905-615-4311
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