Celebrate the grand finale of Canada and Ontario 150 and the arrival of 2018 with the City’s biggest New Year’s celebration, Times Square in Harmony Square 2018. It’s a chance to ice skate, catch live music and enjoy the ball drop (new this year) and fireworks at midnight!
Check out the entertainment lineup below. The family-friendly lineup includes Bianca Bernardi, Squeeler and Crowbar. The celebration starts at 8:30 pm. so make plans now to welcome the new year at Times Square in Harmony Square 2018!
Singer-Songwriter Bianca Bernardi
Times Square in Harmony Square 2018. starts with Singer-Songwriter Bianca Bernardi.
A native of Burlington, Ontario, Bernardi released her debut self-titled EP in the Summer of 2014 for which she received two Hamilton Music Award nominations.
Promoting themselves as Ontario’s favourite AC/DC experience, Squeeler is regarded by many as the best AC/DC cover band in the business. Knocking out perfect renditions of classic AC/DC hits, Squeeler is guaranteed to rock Harmony Square and cause uncontrollable head bobbing.
The outdoor party continues with classic rock from a Canadian original.
Crowbar recorded their first album in 1970 as “King Biscuit Boy and Crowbar”. Due largely to Margaret Trudeau’s enthusiasm for the band, Crowbar was featured as the opening act of Pierre Trudeau’s 1972 re-election campaign rallies. Crowbar disbanded in 1975 but was revived shortly after and has performed intermittently ever since. Based in Hamilton, Ontario, Crowbar is best known for their 1971 hit “Oh, What a Feeling.”