Important Concert Information
November 18, 2021
A lot has changed in the last 21 months. Outlined below are important details for A Triumphant Celebration on Saturday, November 20. Please review them carefully to help make your experience more enjoyable.
Proof of Vaccination Required
Effective November 1, all patrons 12 years and older entering the Living Arts Centre are required to provide proof of full vaccination along with identification.
Wearing a mask while in public spaces is required under Mississauga By-law 0169-2020 until March 31, 2022, except when actively eating or drinking.
Health Check Required
Please fill out the contact tracing form on the day you are visiting the Centre. Emailed confirmations of completed forms will be checked upon entry to the venue. Contact tracing forms can be found here.
Please arrive early to allow additional time for vaccine checks and contact tracing.
Free underground parking is available. Access to the parking garage is found on Living Arts Dr.
Paid on-street parking is also available on Living Arts Dr. and Prince of Wales Dr. in designated spots.
Entrance to the Living Arts Centre is through the west entrance only (Living Arts Dr). The south and east entrances are currently under construction.
The performance length is approximately 90 minutes with no intermission. Doors to the theatre open at approximately 7:00pm.
Photography & Video Recording
Photography and video recording during the concert is prohibited. Please make sure your mobile devices are turned off.
Northbound traffic on Duke of York at Prince of Wales Dr.is temporarily closed. Northbound traffic detours west at Princess Royal Dr. Detour signs are in place to navigate around the closure.
Construction may impact traffic on concert night. Please give yourself enough time to arrive comfortably.
Light up the Square – Christmas Tree Lighting
Light Up the Square kicks off at 7:45pm on Saturday, November 20th with an official ceremony led by Mayor Crombie and Members of Council, lighting the 40'Christmas tree for the first time this season. The 15 minute ceremony, broadcast live into Hammerson Hall, will feature artists and special guests, including the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra.