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Summer Music Concert Series

The City of Mississauga Summer Music Concert Series is back. Enjoy a diverse lineup of talented artists with a wide range of musical styles performing at the Streetsville Village Square every Friday night. These free, outdoor concerts feature incredible local talents from all music genres from a sensational 8 year old pianist to an Argentinian Folk Band.

Events are weather permitting and subject to change. Events may be delayed or cancelled due to extreme weather. 

Concerts are from July 5th to August 30th. For a full list of artists performing across the city click here. 

Natasha Meister | July 5

Natasha Meister is a singer/guitarist who started playing music at the age of 6. Singing in her local church and entering competitions lead her to pursue music full time. Natasha captures audiences with her skilful guitar playing and powerful vocals. She is a versatile artist who plays anything from jazz, classic rock, to pop music.

Kaylie Rainheart | July 12

Kaylie Rainheart grew up enjoying music and found a deeper connection when she started writing her own songs. Her aim in is to be able to share her story, inspire others to always be themselves, and to strive to relate and support others struggling with mental health.

El Ciebo | July 19

El Ceibo performs a variety of Argentinian folk music. Audiences will experience authentic rhythms, harmonies and melodies from different regions of the country. The band’s music showcases  elements of jazz with rich and colourful sounds of Argentinian folk music.

Kalia with Ben Foran | July 26

Kalia is an incredible 8-year old performer who sings, plays piano and ukulele, and writes and composes her own songs. She has been taking vocal lessions from Suzie McNeil (Juno Award winner and recent Mississauga Music Walk of Fame inductee) since she was 5. She has performed at many festivals and venues and most recently performed for audiences at the Mississauga Steelheads game.


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