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Performing Arts Brampton, offering live music, theater and culture this summer

June 23, Brampton-The City of Brampton is excited to offer live music, theatrical entertainment and culture to enjoy this summer in both Garden Square and Rose Brampton.

Performing Arts Brampton is hosting the following shows.

Urban Indian story
June 24th and 25th, 2:00 pm and 8:00 pm

Join us on the incredible journey of Simon Douglas of the Tales of Urban Indians. Written by Darrell Dennis, this innovative one-man show tells the story of an indigenous man who grew up in both the reserves of northern British Columbia and the city of Vancouver. Ride the moving Brampton Transit Bus and immerse yourself in the story of Simon’s survival and hope. Playing more than 40 characters, the audience sees the world through Simon’s eyes. Celebrating more than 500 performances, this semi-autobiographical play takes the audience to the quest for attribution, identity and acceptance.

Brampton’s own Shakespeare Show – Much Ado About Nothing
Thursday at Chinguacousy Park: July 28th, August 4th and 11th, 7:30 pm
Friday at Mount Pleasant Square: July 29th, August 5th and 12th, 7:30 pm
Saturday at Ken Willans Square: July 30, August 6 and 13, 7:30 pm

Audiences of all ages, announced by Loei the Goat Productions and Performing Arts Brampton, will enjoy this fan’s favorite comedy, where most of the terrible things happen. While the city of Messina prepares for the wedding of the hero and Claudio, the prince’s men and Leonato’s family try to fall in love with longtime rivals Beatrice and Benedick to play Cupid. All the while, the prince’s brothers collude to ruin it all. Performed at three outdoor Brampton venues and featuring a cast of local actors, this work presents Brampton’s mosaics. Bring a chair or blanket and laugh or cry this classic, family-friendly comedy.

8th East Coast Kitchen Party

July 9th, 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Invite all Maritimers, Mainlanders, and simply curious people to indulge in East Coast culture at the East Coast Kitchen Party hosted by Toronto Pearson, TD, No Frills, and Tim Hortons.

Join host Rebecca Perry and enjoy the performances of Old Man Flannigan’s Ghost, DnA and The Rowdymen.

Stomp’N Stampede
August 13th, 4pm to 8pm

Get a cowboy hat and boots, and maybe a dance partner! This summer, Stomp N’Stampede will return to Garden Square to celebrate everything in the country! Enjoy the live spinning of DJ Johnny Rivex. Also, don’t miss the line dance lessons by Double Trouble line dancers. A full lineup of performers is coming soon!

Starlight Saturday Movie

Pick up a friend, date, blanket, or chair and take part in the Starlight Saturday movie at Garden Square at 9pm on July 2nd and 16th.

July 2nd – No time to die

July 16 – Batman

Market Square Parking Lot

The city of Brampton will complete maintenance repairs on the Market Square parking garage. As a result, it will be temporarily closed from June 27th to July 22nd, 2022.

Downtown Brampton will continue to allow visitors and businesses to park in the following municipal parking lots and garages:

  • John Street Parking Garage, 16 John Street
  • City Hall Parking, 2 Wellington Street West
  • West Tower Parking Garage, 41 George Street
  • Nelson Square Parking Garage, 9 Diplock Lane
  • George Street North Surface Parking, 20 George Street North

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“Performing Arts Brampton has an excellent lineup of live music, theater and cultural experiences scheduled for this summer. Enjoy Shakespeare, show on the Brampton Transit bus, or party with your Brampton friends. There is something that everyone can enjoy, even if they participate in. “

– Mayor of Brampton, Patrick Brown

“Brampton is a mosaic and our unique cultural experience contributes significantly to our vibrant city. Performing arts Brampton is an exciting season for a variety of shows and events that residents and visitors can enjoy. We encourage you to mark your calendar and join us throughout the summer! “

– Rowena Santos, Regional Councilors, Districts 1 and 5.Brampton City Community Services Chairman

“July is a festive month, especially in Brampton! In the performing arts, you can take part in the fun of New Fundland at the East Coast Kitchen Party and kick up the western heels with stomp and stampede, both of which are must-see events. Held every summer at Garden Square. If you like a little romance and humor, head to one of the three Brampton Parks for Shakespeare. Much Ado About NothingPresented by a passionate group of Brampton actors. And don’t forget the carabram! Brampton, July. Let’s fest! “

– Stephen Shipper, Executive Artistic Director, Performing Arts, Brampton City

Performing Arts Brampton, offering live music, theater and culture this summer

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