Events

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Burlington is known for its festivals and events!  Join us for immersive events all year round.

Winter Wonders

Royal Botanical Gardens 680 Plains Rd W, Burlington, ON

This unique outdoor experience guides visitors along Hendrie Park’s picturesque pathways adorned with charming festive lights, new interactive light to sound installations, and magical displays that celebrate the magic of... Read more

$5 – $20

Winterlit

Mountsberg Park 2259 Millburough Line, Campellville, ON

Things move a little slower at Mountsberg in the winter; the city lights are far away, it’s so quiet you can hear the snow crunch beneath your boots, and you... Read more

$17 – $20

ABBAMANIA

Burlington Performing Arts Centre 440 Locust Street, Burlington, Ontario

ABBAMANIA, the only production to perform for Mamma Mia, is an all Canadian cast and is the largest production to ABBA in the world. ABBAMANIA recreates ABBA as they were... Read more

$45 – $55

ABBAMANIA

Burlington Performing Arts Centre 440 Locust Street, Burlington, Ontario

ABBAMANIA, the only production to perform for Mamma Mia, is an all Canadian cast and is the largest production to ABBA in the world. ABBAMANIA recreates ABBA as they were... Read more

$45 – $55

Winterlit

Mountsberg Park 2259 Millburough Line, Campellville, ON

Things move a little slower at Mountsberg in the winter; the city lights are far away, it’s so quiet you can hear the snow crunch beneath your boots, and you... Read more

$17 – $20

Caroline Monnet: Holding Up The Sky

Art Gallery of Burlington 1333 Lakeshore Road, Burlington, ON

Information in French and Algonquin below. In this survey of new and recent works, multidisciplinary artist Caroline Monnet centers geometries, especially the cube, to draw attention to how different spatial... Read more

Spark!

Art Gallery of Burlington 1333 Lakeshore Road, Burlington, ON

The Art Gallery of Burlington is proud to partner with the Burlington Handweavers and Spinners Guild (BHWSG) to present this collaborative exhibition of ceramic and textile. The use of the... Read more

Family Open Studio: Infinity Tiles

Burlington Performing Arts Centre 440 Locust Street, Burlington, Ontario

FINDING PATTERNS The AGB’s free family art studio. All materials provided! Don’t let the winter weather dampen your creative spirit! The AGB presents free family-friendly activities that encourage you and... Read more

PIAF! The Show

Burlington Performing Arts Centre 440 Locust Street, Burlington, Ontario

Piaf! The Show tells us the story of the career of the singer EDITH PIAF through her unforgettable songs in an original scenography and projections of unpublished images. With more... Read more

$54.50 – $59.50

Meet the Author: Patty Krawec

Central Library 2331 New Street, Burlington, Ontario

Join us for a remarkable sojourn through Indigenous and settler history, myth, identity, and spirituality as Patty Krawec reads from her debut book, Becoming Kin: An Indigenous Call to Unforgetting... Read more

Winterlit

Mountsberg Park 2259 Millburough Line, Campellville, ON

Things move a little slower at Mountsberg in the winter; the city lights are far away, it’s so quiet you can hear the snow crunch beneath your boots, and you... Read more

$17 – $20

Winter Exhibit: Frogs!

Royal Botanical Gardens 680 Plains Rd W, Burlington, ON

They’re Back! Make some new amphibi-friends and with daily animal encounters, special school and youth programs, After Dark 19+ events and more! Great for the whole family from toddlers to... Read more

$11.50 – $19.50

Submit an Event

Have an upcoming event in Burlington, Ontario that you would like to promote? Submit it for free and we will add your event to our calendar. Events include local concerts, festivals, theatre, live music, sporting events, outdoor attractions, tours, and culinary events.

Preference will be given to events that drive tourism, are hosted by a tourism partner, or provide experiences for residents and visitors. Community events must be within Burlington/Halton and are free to attend or hosted by a not-for-profit.

Crowd gathered at stage with lake view