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Media Release

Your city, your summer.

BRAMPTON, ON – On Saturday, June 10, from 11 am to 9 pm, the City of Brampton will officially kick off summer with CeleBrampton, its annual event recently recognized as a Top 100 Festival and Event in Ontario.

As Brampton strives to think bigger about its future, CeleBrampton has been reimagined this year, focusing on the city’s growth and diversity, and how to engage with the individuals that make Brampton so vibrant. The event will carry on the tradition of providing all-day, non-stop fun for attendees, complete with activities, food, culture, heritage and arts.

“CeleBrampton is an extraordinary annual event for our city when our downtown comes alive with free fun and games for all ages,” said Mayor Linda Jeffrey “With many new attractions added to this year’s CeleBrampton, I invite you to bring your family and friends to explore our downtown and be entertained by great music, enjoy global flavours and local cuisine, and learn about how our city is growing into an exciting urban centre.” 

11 am to 4 pm
Family & Fun
Gage Park, Wellington Street West and Main Street South will come alive with free fun and games for all ages; including a lumberjack show, tree-climbing demos, Bike Fest, and Meet the Fleet.

11 am to 4 pm
Community & Heritage
Queen Street West, Ken Whillans Square, Daily Times Square, Alderlea and PAMA will host the City’s local partners who will offer free fun activities, while showcasing exciting programs and venues.

11 am to 9 pm
Food & Drink
Main Street North will feature global flavours and local cuisine. There will be cooking demos and more than 15 food vendors serving tapas-style dishes. The Rose Theatre Patio will be open and offering local selections for purchase from 1:30 to 9 pm.

In partnership with United Way of Peel Region, the City of Brampton will be collecting non-perishable food items to support local food bank Knights Table. Donations can be dropped off to Policaro’s Rose Theatre Van at Meet the Fleet on Main Street South.

11 am to 9 pm
Culture & Entertainment
Garden Square will showcase world music on the main stage sponsored by TD and Policaro Auto Group; and on Queen Street East, a community table more than 100 feet long presented by The Real Canadian Superstore.

Highlights include headliners: The Jerry Cans, Brampton’s own Unbuttoned, Exco Levi, the high-energy sounds of Casava, and a Beauty and the Beast show. The full entertainment lineup is available at

Join us by riding transit for a loonie, or take advantage of free parking at all downtown City parking facilities.

CeleBrampton also serves as the kick-off to many other fun and exciting summer events:
• The Downtown Brampton Farmers’ Market – Saturdays, June 17 until October 7
• The Mount Pleasant Village Market – Thursdays, June 22 until October 5
• Garden Square Summer Season – Every day of the week, June 12 until September 4
• Brampton Celebrates Canada 150 – July 1 in Chinguacousy Park
• Rose Theatre Summer Season – kicks off with the legendary Gordon Lightfoot on July 20

These and many more events can be found on the City of Brampton’s event calendar. Be sure to check out the Canada 150 events happening all year, and join in!
Brampton is thinking bigger. We are a future ready organization with a sharp focus. We know our community’s growth, youth and diversity set us apart. We sit at the centre of Canada’s innovation super corridor, encouraging investment and growing our global success. We are building vibrant urban centres that ignite opportunity and instill pride in the people who live and work here. We are moving Brampton forward to be a connected city that is innovative, inclusive and bold. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Learn more at
Lisa Cox
Media Coordinator
City of Brampton
905.874.2028 |