Summers in Brampton are full of awesome events. Here are our top weekend events in Brampton you should check out:
Friday, August 28st:
Try Gourmet Samosas from Rick’s Good Eats (5 p.m.- 8 p.m. at Briskit Brampton)
A twist on the traditional samosa, Rick fills them up with Butter Chicken, Cheese Cake & other flavours. Click the link and find out more.
Stryke Nights ( Starting 7 p.m.)
Stryke is a newly opened target range in Brampton that offers target practice for axe throwing, archery, knife throwing and automatic air guns. Every week, they have a drop in session at $20 per person starting on the 18th.
Outdoor Movies at Mount Pleasant (9 p.m. – approximately 11 p.m.)
This week, catch Sponge Bob on the big screen.
Outdoor Movies at Chinguacousy Park (9 p.m. – approximately 11 p.m.)
This week, catch How to train your Dragon 2 on the big screen.
Live Music At Four Corners Square (7 p.m.)
Every week local bands take over the square to entertain the crowd. This week, hear Atom and The Volumes, a progressive indie pop band.
Saturday, August 29th:
Sikh International Film Festival (SIFFT) – Rose Theatre (10 a.m. – 10 p.m.)
Every year, SIFFT holds an event that show cases movies & documentaries based on Sikh stories and perspectives. This year, the event is being held at Rose Theatre in Brampton, and the whole weekend is free. Click here for the schedule and learn more about the movies playing here. Saturday includes dinner & a red carpet event.
The Red Boy Presents: Logan’s Hope Fundraiser II – Spot1 Bar & Grill ( Starting 7 p.m. )
A group of musicians will be raising money for Logan’s Hope! Logan is a 10-year-old boy who suffers from Spastic Diplegia Cerebral Palsy. The event is hoping to raise money to fund his surgery. This is the second time a “The Red Boy Presents” series event is happening. You can read more about the first one here and if you can’t go to the event, you can donate through the gofundme page.
Outdoor Movies at Four Corners (9 p.m – approximately 11 p.m.)
This week, catch Night at the Museum – Secret of the Tomb on the big screen.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 30th:
Sikh International Film Festival (SIFFT) – Rose Theatre (10 a.m. – 7 p.m.)
Every year SIFFT holds an event that show cases movies & documentaries based on the Sikh stories and perspectives. This year the event is being held at Rose Theatre in Brampton, and the whole weekend is free. Click here to find out about the schedule and learn more about the movies playing here.
Blue Jays (Sundays – 1:05 p.m.)
The Blue Jays have been on a hot streak and the city is taking advantage. You can now watch the games live on the big screen at the Four Corners square. The Jays will be closing out the series again the Detroit Tigers.
If you know of any other events this weekend or in the future, comment below or contact us.