BRAMPTON, ON (May 18, 2022) – The City of Brampton is excited to announce its 2022/2023 Performing Arts Brampton season, with live music, comedy and theatrical entertainment for everyone to enjoy. Comprised of two major series, Performing Arts Brampton Presents and This is Brampton, audiences will experience productions at all four of the City’s performing arts venues – The Rose, LBP Theatre, Cyril Clark Theatre and Garden Square.
This season, Performing Arts Brampton Presents features celebrated musicians, Canadian legends, comedy greats, and world-renowned theatre and cirque, including:
- Tom Cochrane with Red Rider
- Kinky Boots
- The Tenors
- Jake’s Gift
- Johnny Reid, Love Someone Tour
- Vanessa Williams
- Anne of Green Gables presented by Canada’s Ballet Jörgen
- Animal presented by Cirque Alfonse
- Serena Ryder
- Shaun Majumder, Love Tour
- The Original Wailers
- Jann Arden
- Paddington Gets in a Jam
- Robert Cray
- Paul Reiser
- The Ugly Duckling produced by Lightwire Theater
- Big Wreck
- Just for Laughs
- And so much more!
Performing Arts Brampton is committed to highlighting local artists and partnering with community organizations to reflect, foster and celebrate Brampton’s talent. Co-presentation partners include The Rose Orchestra, Brampton Concert Band and Brampton Music Theatre.
This is Brampton returns to Studio II at The Rose, providing an intimate and up-close platform for Brampton’s phenomenal talent, as well as an opportunity for artistic development. Curators of the series include B-Jazzed, off the record, Stand-Up Stitches, SounDrive Records, Spades Media, Crate Clash, QueeriAH!city, HYPE and Bluebird Brampton.
As we continue to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, Performing Arts Brampton is committed to making live entertainment affordable and accessible to all. Ticket prices have been reduced to remain competitive, with ticket cost starting at just $20 for a variety of shows.
Tickets for the 2022/2023 season are on sale to Rose Members May 26, and to the public June 10. To view the entire schedule, purchase tickets and learn more, visit therosebrampton.ca
or call the Box Office at 905.874.2800.
Performing Arts Brampton gratefully acknowledges our 2022-2023 season sponsors: 45 Railroad, Algoma University, Fieldgate Developments, Meridian Credit Union, and Northwest Lexus.Garden Square Events
Experience arts, culture and community in the heart of Downtown Brampton. Enjoy free entertainment all summer long in Garden Square including Thursday Night Movies beginning June 16, pop-up activations, festivals and special events.
- June 19: Pride 2022 presented by TD
- July 9: 8th Annual East Coast Kitchen Party
- July 22 & 23: Vibrant Brampton
- July 31: JAMBANA™ One World Festival
- August 13: Stomp ‘N Stampede
- September 30: National Day for Truth and Reconciliation; an outdoor concert featuring JUNO Award winning Indigenous prog-rock duo, Crown Lands
Garden Square’s summer season is generously supported by No Frills, TD, Tim Hortons and Toronto Pearson.
“Performing Arts Brampton operates outstanding venues in our city, and they’ve got another season packed with entertainment that the whole family can enjoy. Performing arts has the power to bring people together, and as we return to in-person events, it is great to have a full lineup of performances to look forward to. Find your favourite show and get your tickets today!”
- Patrick Brown, Mayor, City of Brampton
“I am excited to see the lineup for the 2022/2023 season and to welcome patrons back to a year of live performances. Brampton is a Mosaic, where we celebrate art, culture and entertainment, and I can’t wait to catch a show.”
- Harkirat Singh, City Councillor, Wards 9 & 10; Chair, Corporate Services, City of Brampton
“After a long couple of years, I am thrilled to see the return of a full season of programming in Brampton. The City of Brampton’s Performing Arts team has done an exceptional job at preparing a season full of comedy, music, drama and more, that appeals to theatre-goers of all ages.”
- Paul Morrison, Chief Administrative Officer, City of Brampton
“Alongside International and Canadian performers, our 2022-23 Season features more performances by Brampton artists, deeper partnerships with Brampton arts organizations, more opportunities for Brampton to see itself reflected on our stages, and more opportunities for artists on our stages to look out to the audience and see Brampton’s beautiful mosaic.”
- Steven Schipper, Executive Artistic Director, Performing Arts, City of Brampton
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. Learn more at www.brampton.caThe Performing Arts Division at the City of Brampton uncovers, develops, and promotes Brampton’s unique cultural identity and creative vibrancy through its pursuit of artistic excellence and deep community engagement.
The Division operates four venues in Brampton: The Rose, LBP Theatre, Cyril Clark Theatre, and Garden Square. Learn more at therosebrampton.ca.MEDIA CONTACT
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