Ring in 2021 with Mississauga Celebration Square’s NYE Playlist

By December 11, 2020December 23rd, 2020Events

December 11, 2020

Dance in your living room, have a New Year’s toast in your kitchen or just sit back and relax in the comforts of home – since New Year’s Eve looks a little different this year, Mississauga Celebration Square (MCS) is putting together a selection of 21 hit tracks for residents to ring in 2021 safely at home: The MCS NYE Playlist.

Available on December 31, through Spotify and Apple Music, this special playlist, in lieu of an in-person event at the Square, includes this year’s top tracks as well as hits from emerging artists from Mississauga! Residents are also encouraged to share their favourite 2020 track with @mcsevents social channels to have it featured in the playlist.

Leading up to New Year’s Eve 2021, Mississauga Celebration Square will release video interviews with some of Mississauga’s top artists as well as with Mayor Crombie. Mississauga native and Toronto Maple Leafs in-arena host, Scott Willats, will host the MCS video series. You can watch the videos on social media by following MCS on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Interviewees include:

  • IAMREBELWILL – Pop artist IAMREBELWILL is influenced by the showmanship of Janet Jackson, the eclectic artistry of Prince and the sounds of Montreal-based producer, Kaytranada.
  • Shopé – With his internationally crafted sound, Shopé brings a unique energy to the global musicscape. A 2019 CBC Searchlight winner, Shopé’s unique sound skillfully blends elements of Nigerian Afrobeats with North American Hip Hop/R&B.
  • Melxdie – Bold, beautiful and impossible to ignore – that is the unforgettable world of Melxdie, an emerging pop singer currently bringing her feel-good anthems to the global stage.


From December 31 to January 3, stream the MCS NYE Playlist, share it to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram Stories and tag @mcsevents to be entered to win a $100 Tim Horton’s Gift Card!

For more information on the MCS NYE Playlist, please visit: culture.mississauga.ca/event/mcs-nye-playlist.