Huge Art and Music Festival Coming to Brampton Soon
If you love art, music, free events, or just festivals in general, you won't want to miss this provincial, annual celebration of arts and culture that's set to hit Brampton at the end of this month!
Culture Days are coming to Brampton on September 28, 29, and 30 this year.
For one weekend only, a ton of arts and culture events are taking over the entire city, all day, every day.
Music, dance, poetry, visual art, cultural demonstrations and more are promised.
In fact some 268 events are happening in Brampton that weekend.
The event actually kicks off on Thursday September 27 with the “This is Brampton” Music Studio Series at The Rose at 8 p.m., where you can catch local talent on stage.
On the 28th, you’ll find a slew of unique events happening at Brampton libraries and community centres. That includes drumming workshops at Mount Pleasant, cake decorating at Springdale, and even bhangra at Gore Meadows.
The following day, the 29th, there will be live music at Garden Square and Ken Whillans Square during the farmers’ market.
Free admission to PAMA, the Brampton Fall Book Fair at Shoppers World, and more activities at Brampton’s libraries and recreation centres are also in the works for the 29th.
One major event you’ll want to look out for is a new public art installation unveiling. That’s happening on the 29th outside of the Alderlea at 11 a.m.
“Artist Tim desClouds has created a sculpture in the form of a metal bench, entitled For the Love of a House, which will be located on the grounds of the historic mansion,” reads a statement from the City.
And on the final day, you can expect free admission to PAMA for a second day, more activities at Brampton’s libraries and recreation centres, and even a spoken word showcase at Golden Stool Restaurant.
For the eighth year in a row, Culture Days boasts engaging and interactive activities across the city. This event actually happens across Canada.
"Culture Days is a great opportunity to publicly showcase the enormous talent and creativity that thrive in Brampton,” said Mayor Linda Jeffrey in a recent statement.
“I encourage everyone to participate in these fun, free activities, learn more about our local artists, writers and musicians, and explore your own creative side."
For the full events listing, click here.
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