Big shows coming to Brampton: The Tenors, Vanessa Williams, Just for Laughs and more


Published May 27, 2022 at 11:38 am

Big shows coming to Brampton: The Tenors, Vanessa Williams, Just for Laughs and more
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It’s looking like it’ll be a strong year for live entertainment in Brampton.

The city recently unveiled its 2022/2023 Performing Arts Brampton season, which features a number of well-known bands and artists, Canadian icons, and famous theatre and comedy groups.

Some of the biggest names include popular vocal group The Tenors, singer Vanessa Williams, actor and comedian Shaun Majumder, country singer Johnny Reid, and Just for Laughs, the famous comedy event that spawned multiple popular TV shows.

The event lineup is comprised of two major series — Performing Arts Brampton Presents and This is Brampton — which will host shows at all four of the city’s performing arts venues: The Rose, LBP Theatre, Cyril Clark Theatre, and Garden Square.

Here are all of the performances that have been confirmed so far for this season of Performing Arts Brampton Presents:

  • 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

This is Brampton returns to Studio II at The Rose, providing an up-close platform for local Brampton talent. 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.

Recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, ticket prices for Performing Arts Brampton shows have been reduced to make live entertainment “affordable and accessible to all”, with tickets starting at $20 for a variety of shows.

Additionally, a number of big events have also been planned this summer at downtown Brampton’s Garden Square:

  • 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

Tickets for the 2022/2023 season will open to the general public starting Friday, June 10.

To view the entire schedule, purchase tickets and learn more, visit or call the Box Office at 905-874-2800.

Photo courtesy of The Tenors on Instagram

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