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SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS

Day 2: BTown MegaFest, Sheridan College, Brampton

Its a FREE EVENT!

Peak capacity is 5000. Come early to ensure entry.

Alcoholics beverages not allowed at all.

Bags will be checked by the security before entry.

Follow the parking and traffic instructions as noted in the following section.

PARKING INSTRUCTIONS

Day 2: BTown MegaFest, Sheridan College, Brampton

Best way to arrive at the festival venue is via public transit or just enjoy a short walk! All vehicles must follow one way traffic rules: Enter from Steeles Ave and exit on to McLaughlin Rd.

Susan Fennel Sportsplex free parking is accessible from Ray Lawson Blvd only. All vehicles must park in the designated free parking lots as shown on the map. Do not park in undesignated areas. Use Sheridan FREE parking first; Susan Fennel Sportsplex second.

STAY PACKAGE

Festival goers get 20% discount on all room rates for whole of 2022!

Mention discount code: “HERITAGE22”

Call: 905 460 3507 and speak with Nasir Jamil

Email: njamil@courtyardmarriottbrampton.com

*Offer by Courtyard Marriott Brampton at their sole discretion and it may change at any time without any notice.

EXPLORE BRAMPTON

Discover Brampton Through Downtown Heritage Walking Tour.

The City of Brampton takes great pride in its history & heritage. Brampton’s heritage buildings, landscapes and archeological resources are important assets that not only contribute to its identity, character and vibrancy, but also provide a foundation for building a sustainable, prosperous and liveable city.

Walk down memory lane; explore the incredible architecture, and soak in the history. Downtown Brampton is where history comes alive.

EXPLORE PAMA

The Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) collects, tells and shares the stories of Peel Region. Its exhibitions, events and programs spark thought, debate and dialogue, and you leave PAMA changed somehow: by discovering something new about yourself or about our community. 

Many of PAMA’s historical buildings are protected by the Ontario Heritage Act, including the Registry Office, built in 1890, and the Peel County Courthouse & Jail, opened in 1867. 

PAMA is located opposite Gage Park and Brampton City Hall.

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