Canada 150 celebrations are in full flow, and with that, a free concert series will be hitting Mississauga at the end of the summer.
Being so close to Toronto, it's easy to forget that Mississauga has its own arts and culture scene made up of mindfully curated galleries, incredible local talent and expansive performance centres.
It’s almost time to get rebellious.The City of Mississauga is hosting Rebel17 from May 1 to 7.
Canadian-born music chain Sunrise Records is making good on its promise to start expanding into vacant HMV spaces and recently announced that it's going to set up shop in Square One.
If you're a big blues lover -- or just excited that Port Credit is about to experience the much-anticipated annual festival that's exclusive to Mississauga -- you are in luck!
If you didn't manage to snag tickets to The Tragically Hip's final show, fear not -- you can watch the show from the comfort your own city on the big screen tomorrow night.
Junia-T is back with a new video for his latest single “My, My, My,” featuring Briskinthehouse. Directed by MWorks, the raw visual focuses on the dynamic between music and art.
John River.  That's a name you will likely be seeing and hearing more of over the next couple of years.
A rock duo from Toronto called Death From Above 1979 released a track called “Trainwreck 1979” in 2014 that got massive radio play and the cool thing is it di
This Saturday, six accomplished groups and individuals who hail from Mississauga will be inducted into Legend's Row, a relatively new but prestigious ceremony and award that honors the contribution