A new year means new celebrations in Mississauga! Make this the year you take advantage of all the incredible entertainment the city has to offer. From sports to special exhibits, kick off 2023 with these events.
on now until January 29th
Experience the largest light, sound, and multimedia show in the world at illumi – A Dazzling World of Lights, a 600,000 sq ft spectacle featuring 13 magical universes to discover.
We Are Resilient
on now until January 6th
Learn how you can take climate action at this compelling free exhibit, We Are Resilient, inspired by the City of Mississauga’s Climate Change Action Plan, featuring photographs and stories created by Mississauga residents, perspectives from international scientific leaders.
Doors. Through the Horrors of War
January 17th to February 1st
Absorb the horrors of war and the price of freedom as demonstrated by Canadian/Ukrainian artist Ruslan Kurtveliiev in the moving exhibit presented by Museums of Mississauga and the Small Arms Inspection Building, Doors. Through the Horrors of War.
Cheer on the future NHL stars of the Mississauga Steelheads during a home game at the Paramount Fine Foods Centre.
See future Toronto Raptors players on a budget! Bring the whole family for a fraction of the cost of an NBA game at at a Raptors 905 home game at the Paramount Fine Foods Centre.
January at a glance:
- January 14th: Join the Mississauga Chinese Arts Organization in celebrating 2023 Lunar New Year with a memorable live show including traditional and ethnic performances at the 2023 Mississauga Lunar New Year Gala.
- January 15th: Shop for antique treasures from Victorian to mid-century modern eras among over 80 vendors from Ontario and Quebec as the iconic monthly shopping event, the St. Lawrence Market Sunday Antique Market, moves to the historic Small Arms Inspection Building in Mississauga.
- January 19th: Enjoy an evening of artistry and dance as the dancers in the Regional Arts Program of St. Thomas Aquinas S. S. Grades 9-12 present their annual recital, Night of The Stars at Meadowvale Theatre, featuring choreography by both students and guest choreographers.
- January 25th: Enjoy a hilarious evening at the Living Arts Centre exploring a chef’s journey in and out of the culinary world with Ali Hassan – Does This Taste Funny?
- January 27: Be dazzled by incredible harmonies and authentic costumes from North America’s #1 Tribute to ABBA, ABBA Revisited at the Living Arts Centre.
- January 28: Get your skate on while a DJ spins, and meet Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie and members of Council at Winter Magic presents: Icescapes in Celebration Square.