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It’s that time of year again when families begin to think about the upcoming holiday season. There are many families living in Brampton that are less fortunate and struggle to provide their children with an enjoyable Christmas and holiday season. This year we believe the struggle can be even greater for more families.

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Winter Lights Festival

It’s time to get into the holiday spirit and there’s no better place to do that than in downtown Brampton. Experience the wonder of the Winter Lights Festival. Admission is FREE with an unwrapped new toy donation!

Date: Friday, November 17th

Time: 6 PM – 10 PM

Location: Downtown Brampton

Miracle on Main Street Presented by The City of Brampton
6 – 10 pm / Gage Park @ Main Street South and Wellington Street
Miracle on Main Street is an engaging and inclusive holiday festival, and charity toy drive in support of local children and families in need.  There will be free amusement rides, live entertainment, local vendors, a petting zoo, pony rides, tree lighting and photos with Santa! Special guest appearances by wrestling’s living legend Tiger Jeet Singh, former WWE superstar Tiger Ali Singh, Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown, Peel Police Chief Nish, members of Peel Police, Brampton Fire Department, Peel EMS, Dignitaries and Celebrities.

Official Tree Lighting Ceremony Presented By Alectra
6:45 pm / Ken Whillans Square
Let the countdown to the holidays begin! Immerse yourself in the lights and watch as the 60-foot spruce tree in Ken Whillans Square comes to life with over 10,000 lights Wander through Gage Park for the ultimate holiday light experience. Enjoy magical light displays and over 145,000 sparkling LED lights, transforming the park into a winter wonderland.

Market on Main Presented By Downtown BIA
6 – 10 pm / Main Street South
Shop unique and handcrafted items from local businesses.


Through the support of Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown, City of Brampton and partnership with Police Chief Nish and Peel Regional Police, the Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation (TJSF) hopes to raise a record number of toy donations for children and families living in Brampton. TJSF does not charge for any administrative fees. 100% of the donations raised will go towards supporting families living in Brampton and children admitted over the holidays at Brampton Civic Hospital.

One of the main attractions is former WWE superstar Tiger Ali Singh. Standing at 6’4” and weighing 285lbs would be enough to attract attention, but Tiger takes it to a new level. For the past 14 years, he’s used his celebrity to promote inclusion and is invited to speak at school assemblies and attends the Miracle on Main event wearing a red Santa coat, red turban, his world championship belt over one shoulder and bellows out “Merry Christmas” for all to hear. He promotes respect for those celebrating Christmas religiously, as well as, for those celebrating it socially as a festive time of year. His motto, which has been adopted by TJSF, the namesake for his father, wrestling legend Tiger Jeet Singh, “Sickness and poverty don’t discriminate; neither should the spirit of giving.”

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