Entertainment and activities | June 29, 2023
This Canada Day, Mississauga is the place to be! Mississauga Celebration Square (MCS) has a jam-packed event in store for people of all ages to enjoy and celebrate Canada’s 156th birthday.
This year’s entertainment line-up features Canadian artists and a variety of activities. Cool off in the City’s largest outdoor fountain, enjoy roaming entertainers and snap a photo for the ‘gram with Peppa Pig, Bluey and Care Bears. Camp Canuck is back featuring a giant, interactive mural for the young Picassos of the future to unleash their creative side. You’ll want to save your appetite, as there will be a number of mouth-watering food truck vendors to keep your stomach happy all-day long.
To kick off the evening festivities, a ceremony will include greetings from Mayor Bonnie Crombie, Members of Council and special guests. The City’s Youth Poet Laureate, Lisa Shen, will perform one of her poems from the main stage. Event attendees are invited to re-confirm their Canadian Citizenship through a reaffirmation oath reading.
Co-hosts Emily Agard and Akil Augustine will keep you in the Canadian frame-of-mind all day long and the main stage will have you dancing and moving with the best in Canadian music, including Canadian favourite Jamie Fine and an unforgettable performance by headlining pop-sensation Faouzia. The show ends with a bang featuring a spectacular fireworks finale at 10 p.m.
Saturday, July 1, 2023
Mississauga Celebration Square
300 City Centre Dr. [Map]
More details on the City’s Canada Day ceremony and celebration can be found on the event webpage.
With limited access to available parking downtown, attendees are encouraged to carpool, walk, bike or take MiWay. Use MiWay’s trip planner to plan your destination.
Road closures will be in effect in the downtown core from 10 a.m. to midnight on July 1. Areas impacted by the closures can be found on the event webpage.
Check out these Canada Day celebrations taking place throughout Mississauga:
Accessible mobility device charging stations will be available at Celebration Square, including an onsite accessible viewing area.
If you plan to set off fireworks in your neighbourhood this Canada Day, visit the City’s website for more information on using fireworks safely in Mississauga.
The Canada Day event at Mississauga Celebration Square has been made possible in part by the Government of Canada through the Canadian Heritage grant. MCS would also like to thank all sponsors and partners involved in this year’s celebration.
City of Mississauga Media Relations
905-615-3200, ext. 5232