The City of Brampton has an exciting summer of festivals and events ahead for the whole family to enjoy. From May 20 to September 11, residents and visitors are invited to enjoy Summer in the City; a 114-day season featuring nearly 100 days of programming that include:
- Festivals and events such as Pride 2022, National Indigenous Peoples’ Day and Canada Day;
- Community-led events such as World of Jazz and Vibrant Brampton;
- Weekly programming like the beloved Brampton Farmers’ Market and Movie Nights; and
- So much more!
The City of Brampton is excited to welcome residents and visitors back to in-person events across the city that celebrate Brampton’s diversity, encourage civic pride, activate public spaces, and highlight the arts and culture scene.
The City of Brampton’s events calendar will act as a one-stop-shop for summer event planning. Event organizers are invited to populate the calendar with details to help promote their events across the city as well. To add an event to the calendar and see what is scheduled, visit brampton.ca/events. Events will continue to be added throughout the summer.
While in Brampton for an event, why not make a day of it? Flip through the pages of the Brampton Food Guide and support a local restaurant. Brampton’s diverse food scene offers unique tastes from around the globe. Flip through the pages of the guide today and find your new favourite spot. Learn more at brampton.ca/tourism.
Downtown Brampton is undergoing a transformation, led by the Region of Peel to replace watermain and sanitary sewers in the area. As a result, there are several road closures in effect. Plan ahead if you’re heading downtown for a festival or event.
Municipal parking updates can be found at brampton.ca, or let Brampton Transit get you there. Plan your trip in advance with Triplinx.
“Summer is right around the corner, and I encourage everyone to get out and have fun at one of the amazing festivals and events taking place here in Brampton. From our signature Canada Day event to the weekly Brampton Farmers’ Market, there is something for everyone!”
- Patrick Brown, Mayor, City of Brampton