Brampton’s Friday Night Concert Series in Garden Square closes its 2017 season with a bang on Friday, September 1 and some of Canadian music’s most popular acts will be there to help.

To celebrate Ontario’s 150, Kardinal Offishall, Anjulie and Amanda Marshall will perform at the free concert in downtown Brampton.

The three performers are part of ONtour, Ontario’s year-long lineup of events in 23 cities across the province to celebrate the province’s 150th anniversary of Confederation.

ONtour is making its rounds across the GTA over the summer and has hosted artists like Our Lady Peace, Coleman Hell, The Tea Party, Serena Ryder, Magic! and more who are still set to perform.

If you want to catch more of the action, because who doesn’t love free concerts, ONtour also has a concert at Mississauga’s Celebration Square on September 2 featuring Francesco Yates and Tom Cochrane.