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Open today from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
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The fountain will open on May 20th.
Located in downtown Mississauga, Celebration Square is an outdoor public square, urban park and event venue.
Visit the Square to grab a bite to eat, relax with a book, play in the fountain or skate. You can also stay connected with free Wi-Fi.
The Square hosts a variety of free events such as festivals, concerts, movies and fitness classes each summer. Full summer line-up available now!
We want to improve the visitor experience at Celebration Square during the winter months. Your feedback is important to us. Complete the survey for a chance to win a $100 e-gift card to Square One.
Experience the space and its features with this live video feed of Celebration Square and Civic Centre.
Experience the magic of splashing away a hot summer day! Grab your bathing suits and head to the biggest wading pool in the city. Enjoy an afternoon of fun in the sun steps away from the big screens, food trucks and exciting live events!
For up to date information on the fountain, please call:
905-615-3200 ext. 7465
Use the Square and Wading Pool at your own risk. The City assumes no responsibility for any injuries that may be incurred.
Fountain powered by
The ice rink is now closed. Thank you for a wonderful winter season.
From November to March, the Celebration Square ice rink is open daily and free for public use.
Rink powered by
This permanent outdoor space located at the entrance to Jubilee Garden celebrates the achievements and contributions of prominent figures in Mississauga. Every plaque recognizes an individual whose talents and accomplishments have enriched our community.
Located on the Upper Square, the Queen’s Jubilee Garden is a green space with shaded resting areas for visitors. Enter from Living Arts Dr. or from the northwest side of Celebration Square.
Public art is on display at the Square, including the Conference at the Council House sculpture and The Book sculpture.
Mississauga Celebration Square is a popular location to host free outdoor events that are open to the public.
Before you apply to host an event, review these documents:
There is a competitive application process to host large events with more than 1,000 attendees. Applications are evaluated by the Mississauga Celebration Square Community Reference Group.
Applications for 2022 events are now closed. If you have any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Small events have 1,000 attendees or less and do not require the main stage concert systems. Small events will be considered on a case-by-case basis, based on the availability of City resources. You must apply a minimum of 12 weeks before your event date to be considered.
If you’re interested in requesting a flag raising or lighting, learn more about our Community Recognition Program.
Before hosting your demonstration, rally, or vigil:
To become a sponsor or activate at a Celebration Square event, contact the Manager, Business Planning at Arlene.DCosta@mississauga.ca.
To become a performer or food vendor, submit your contact information to our email database. We’ll contact you if there’s an opportunity available.
Gateway Advertising Screens are located on the corner of Burnhamthorpe and Duke of York. If you have questions about these screens, contact Andy Querin, Senior Manager, Sales at 416-440-6861 or email@example.com.
We encourage you to:
We don’t allow:
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