Brampton New Year’s Eve ready to rock with The Beaches and fireworks display

Published December 15, 2022 at 11:04 am

Get ready to ring in the new year in Brampton with Toronto rockers The Beaches and a dazzling fireworks display.

The City of Brampton is gearing up for its annual New Year’s Eve celebrations in Garden Square, and this year’s event is sure to impress with musical performances, a light show and fireworks.

Toronto-based rockers The Beaches will headline the evening with their electrifying modern rock sound. The Juno award winners have become one of Canada’s top acts, with singles like “T-Shirt,” “Grow Up Tomorrow” and ‘Blow Up” getting regular play on rock radio.

Warming up the crowd will be alt-rockers and campus cover band turned indie-rock-outfit Jane’s Party, and the nostalgic and global song selections of DJ Roshanie.

City Hall will be lit up with the Night Lights Projection Exhibit, projecting animations and artwork by ten local artists into the night sky facing Wellington St. West.

The night will wrap up with a 10-minute fireworks display at midnight to officially ring in 2023.

The City is also holding a meet and greet with Mayor Patrick Brown and members of Council inside the atrium of City Hall from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., with a community skate in Gage Park from 4 to 5 pm following the event.

For more information on the Mayor’s New Year’s Levee, visit

The Gage Park skating recreational trail will be open, weather permitting, and will be lit up with thousands of lights during the holidays.

Brampton Transit will be offering free rides so residents can get to their New Year’s Eve celebrations safely. Free transit will be available from 7:00 p.m. until the end of service on Dec. 31.

The City is also reminding residents about recent changes to the firework bylaw. The use, purchase, discharge, possession, and sale of fireworks is prohibited in Brampton. Under the amended by-law, fireworks are no longer allowed on private property in Brampton, including on New Year’s Eve.

For event details and information on road closures, parking and planning your trip with Brampton Transit, visit

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