SoundBites 2017

SoundBites 2017

Join us for the 4th annual SoundBites festival, a celebration of homegrown taste and talent at Celebration Square!

It wouldn't be a festival without great music. Celebrating 150 years of Ontario talent, the ONtour concert series will be live onstage at SoundBites. This undeniable lineup of multi-award winning artists includes: Grammy-winning rock and roll superstar Tom Cochrane, best known for his mega-hits "Life is a Highway" and "No Regrets"; emerging pop sensation Francesco Yates, who has received the attention of Pharrell Williams and collaborated with Robin Schulz; and Anjulie, a singer-songwriter known for her collaborations with Diplo, Kelly Clarkson, and Nicki Minaj. This is one explosive concert you won't want to miss.

ONtour concert series schedule:
7:15pm - Anjulie
8:15pm - Francesco Yates
9:30pm - Tom Cochrane

The night will get going with the local artists on the Mississauga Music Stage, running from 5 - 7pm in the Amphitheatre. Featuring homegrown acts Jammer's Waffle House, Matt Zaddy and a very special acoustic set from Ill Scarlett, this showcase of Mississauga musicians will get your toes tapping early.

DJ Lana will keep the groove going throughout the night.

Make sure you come hungry, because there will be plenty of tasty curbside cuisine available onsite. Mississauga's biggest food truck rally will shine a spotlight on the diverse flavours that taste like home. All of the trucks at SoundBites will feature locally inspired dishes or locally sourced ingredients as part of their fare for this event - think global, eat local!

The food truck rally will kick off with a very special edition of Live with Khaled I, highlighting a food truck chef from right here in Mississauga.

The full list of participating food trucks includes:

  • Alijandro's Kitchen
  • Apple Fritter Factory
  • Arepa Republic
  • Bake Three Fifty
  • Beavertails
  • Born 2 Eat
  • Crazy Burrito
  • Delight Bite Inc.
  • Dimkin Crepes
  • Dirty South BBQ & The Salted Pig
  • El Trompo Movil
  • Fidel Gastro's
  • Fully Loaded TO
  • Mustache Burger
  • Pappas Greek Food Truck
  • Smokes Poutinerie
  • Sushitto on the Road
  • The Food Dudes
  • Luchador Gourmet Streatery
  • Top Dog
  • Twistee Dairy

Because home tastes different to all of us, we're inviting you to submit your favourite recipes to create a very unique Taste of Mississauga cookbook. Visit Museums of Mississauga at the event to fill out a recipe card, or send your recipe to museums@mississauga.ca. Select recipes will be included in an online publication post-event.

This is one event you won't want to miss.

Saturday, September 2, 2017 - 5:00pm to 11:00pm
Free Event

Supported By

Media Partner: Global News and ONTour is presented by Ontario 150
Soundbites supporting sponsor: Pepsi
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