Events in the Square

Image of people sitting in lawn chairs watching a movie on Garden Square's large LED screen.
A man and woman are looking at each other laughing on The Rose's patio. The man has tattoos on his arms and wears sunglasses and a black hat. Green foliage from a tree is behind them.
A young man in a white t-shirt and grey jeans sits on the steps of The Rose's patio and looks off into the distance. A group of young people sit behind him talking to each other.
A young man and woman ook at each other within a crowd while a concert is on in front of them. Red lighting washes the stage but has a full band.


Garden Square hosts free entertainment all summer long that highlights Brampton’s vibrant arts and culture community. Our events host entertainment from local to international performers, and celebrate the diversity of our city.
Garden Square is home to The City of Brampton's annual Pride, East Coast Kitchen Party, Stomp n’ Stampede and New Year's Eve celebrations and many other community events. See what's up next in the heart of downtown Brampton and follow Garden Square on social media to stay up to date!

FIFA World Cup

 The City of Brampton is excited to broadcast the 2022 FIFA World Cup matches live from Qatar at Garden Square in downtown Brampton, pending schedule conflicts. The tournament kicks off on Sunday, November 20, and runs through to the final on Sunday, December 18 in Qatar. This tournament marks the return of the Canadian Men’s National Team to the FIFA World Cup for the first time since 1986. Canada finished atop the table in Concacaf qualifying to earn a place in the tournament. Canada’s roster features a number of players that were either born or grew up in Brampton, including: Captain Atiba Hutchinson, Tajon Buchanan, Junior Hoilett, Cyle Larin, Iké Ugbo, Liam Millar, and Jonathan Osorio.  

Garden Square will be transformed during every Canada match; life-size cut-outs of Brampton players will be in the Square, providing fans the opportunity to snap a photo with their favourite player. Canadian flags, muskoka chairs and picnic tables will be setup for all matches.  Fans are encouraged to bring a lawn chair. 

Wear your Canada proud attire and join us in Garden Square to cheer on the national team!

Sunday, November 20 
11:00 AM Qatar vs. Ecuador
Monday, November 21 
8:00 AM England vs. Iran
11:00 AM Senegal vs. Netherlands
2:00 PM USA vs. Wales

Tuesday, November 22
8:00 AM Denmark vs. Tunisia
11:00 AM Mexico vs. Poland
2:00 PM France vs. Australia

Wednesday, November 23
8:00 AM Germany vs. Japan
11:00 AM Spain vs. Costa Rica
2:00 PM Belgium vs. Canada

Thursday, November 24
8:00 AM Uruguay vs. Korea Republic
11:00 AM Portugal vs. Ghana
2:00 PM Brazil vs. Serbia

Friday, November 25
8:00 AM Qatar vs. Senegal
11:00 AM Netherlands vs. Ecuador
2:00 PM England vs. USA

Saturday, November 26
Games not shown – special event taking place in Garden Square

Sunday, November 27
8:00 AM Belarus vs. Morocco
11:00 AM Croatia vs. Canada
2:00 PM Spain vs. Germany

Monday, November 28
8:00 AM Korea Republic vs. Ghana
11:00 AM Brazil vs. Switzerland
2:00 PM Portugal vs. Uruguay

Tuesday, November 29
10:00 AM Netherlands vs. Qatar
2:00 PM Iran vs. USA

Wednesday, November 30
10:00 AM Tunisia vs. France
2:00 PM Poland vs. Argentina

Thursday, December 1
10:00 AM Canada vs. Morocco
2:00 PM Japan vs. Spain

Friday, December 2
10:00 AM Korea Republic vs. Portugal
2:00 PM Cameroon vs. Brazil

Saturday. December 3
10:00 AM Round of 16
2:00 PM Round of 16

Sunday, December 4
10:00 AM Round of 16
2:00 PM Round of 16

Monday, December 5
10:00 AM Round of 16
2:00 PM Round of 16

Tuesday, December 6
10:00 AM Round of 16
2:00 PM Round of 16

Friday, December 9
10:00 AM Quarter-Finals
2:00 PM Quarter-Finals

Saturday, December 10
10:00 AM Quarter-Finals
2:00 PM Quarter-Finals

Tuesday, December 13
2:00 PM Semi-Finals

Wednesday, December 14 
2:00 PM Semi-Finals

Saturday, December 17
10:00 AM 3rd Place Game

Sunday, December 18
10:00 AM Championship Game


East Coast Kitchen Party 2022

Calling all maritimers and mainlanders - and those who are just plain curious! Come indulge in the culture of the East Coast, as Garden Square hosts an East Coast Kitchen Party on July 9, from 2 pm to 8pm! 

Join host Rebecca Perry with performances by Old Man Flanagan's Ghost, DnA and The Rowdymen​.

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM | Old Man Flanagan’s Ghost
3:15 PM – 4:15 PM | Old Man Flanagan’s Ghost
4:30 PM – 5:00 PM | DnA
5:00 PM – 5:30 PM | Screeched in Ceremonies on the Patio
5:45 PM – 6:45 PM | The Rowdymen
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM | The Rowdymen​


Garden Square's summer season is generously supported by No Frill​s, TD, Tim Hortons and Toronto Pearson.

Stomp N' Stampede 2022

Grab your cowboy hat and boots (and maybe a dancing partner too!). This summer, on August 13 from 4 to 8 pm, Stomp N' Stampede returns to Garden Square to celebrate all things country! 

Enjoy host DJ Johnny Rivex spinning live and headliner Nicole Rayy. Plus, don't miss line dancing lessons from the Double Trouble line dancers.


4:00 PM | DJ Johnny Rivex and the Double Trouble Dancers
5:00 PM | Nicole Rayy
6:00 PM | DJ Johnny Rivex and the Double Trouble Dancers
7:00 PM | Nicole Rayy


Garden Square’s summer season is generously supported by No Frills, TD, Tim Hortons and Toronto Pearson.

National Day for Truth & Reconciliation

Enjoy a special concert outdoors in Garden Square, in front of The Rose Brampton, with JUNO Award winning duo, Crown Lands!

In partnership with The Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund.

The release of Crown Lands’ upcoming, self-titled debut album— produced by six-time Grammy winner Dave Cobb—marked the arrival of a majo​r new force. Raised in Southwestern Ontario, Comeau (guitar, bass and keys) and Cody Bowles (vocals and drums) bring together arange of influences from folk and blues to psychedelic to prog rock and, drawing on their own intense personal chemistry, create something unique and startlingly fresh.

In 2016, Crown Lands released their first EP, Mantra, and accelerated their relentless touring schedule, which has seen them open for Jack White, Coheed and Cambria, Primus, and Rival Sons. The group’s name is indicative of their substantial ambitions; “Crown Land” is territorial area belonging to the monarch—or, as Bowles (whose own heritage is half Mi’kmaq, an Indigenous tribe from Nova Scotia) puts it, “Crown Land is stolen land and we are reclaiming it.”

For event details and information on road closures, parking, and planning your trip with Brampton Transit, visit​​



Movies Under the Stars

Every Thursday night, beginning at 7 PM! 

Enjoy movies on the big screen in Garden Squ​are this summer. Bring your own lawn chair, and settle in for movies under the stars.
​June 16 | Stars Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of the Skywalker 

June 23 | Frozen II 

June 30 | Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings 

July 7 | Luca 

July 14 | The Lion King 

July 21 | Sing 2 

July 28 | Trolls 2: World Tour 

August 4 | Sonic the Hedgehog 

August 11 | Dolittle 

August 18 | Avengers: Endgame 

August 25 | Encanto 

September 1 | Spider Man: No Way Home


Starlight Saturdays, select Saturdays beginning at 9 PM  

July 2 | No Time To Die | PG
July 16 | The Batman | PG-13
August 20 | Dune | PG-13
September 3 | F9 | PG-13

Community Presentations

Friday, July 22 & Saturday, July 23, 2022
5 PM to 11 PM each day

Kings of Bhangra JAZ DHAMI and GEETA ZAILDAR along with BOLLYWOOD SINGING DIVA – ADITI SINGH SHARMA to perform at Vibrant Brampton Festival. Free admission & parking. Organized by the non-profit group Arts and Culture Initiative of South Asia (ACISA), the 7th annual Vibrant Brampton will bring a fun-filled two-day outdoor festival to Garden Square with over 150 local and international artists, sumptuous food vendors, ethnic shopping, magic show and much more for the entire family to enjoy.
For more information visit

Sunday, July 31, 2022
1 PM to 9 PM 

JAMBANA One World Festival is a ‘Fun For The Family’ festival celebrating the sights, sounds & tastes of the Caribbean. Our festival ignites passion and inspires creativity as we represent Canada’s African and Caribbean Communities through performances by internationally acclaimed bands, artists and JUNO Award winners. Feel​ the rhythms, move to the beat and enjoy delicious food. MUSIC – FOOD – ARTS – CRAFTS & MORE. This year, JAMBANA pays tribute to our festival’s co-founder, the late Denise Jones. The day will both be a celebration of life and a celebration of our nation’s diversity. For more information visit​