The Rose

The Rose is a magnificent performing arts venue and iconic feature of Downtown Brampton. A vital part of our city, it is a destination for local and world-renowned performers, providing opportunities for audiences from Brampton and beyond to experience a wide range of talent in an extraordinary setting. Architecturally and acoustically sublime, the venue boasts two performance venues for large shows and intimate experiences. The Rose is where Brampton comes to life.


Our vision is for audiences to universally recognize The Rose as one of the best venues in Canada to experience first-rate performances. For artists to recognize The Rose as an exceptional space in which to perform. And for Bramptonians to feel a sense of connection with The Rose, as lifelong advocates. The Rose’s audience reflects the youth and dynamism of the City of Brampton, and its programming is heralded for its innovation and diversity.

The Rose Presents

The Rose Presents season features multi-disciplinary productions comprised of theatre, music, dance, comedy, family, and cultural events. The Rose is committed to highlighting homegrown artists, and partnering with local organizations to reflect, foster, and celebrate the community in which it serves. We actively pursue artistically excellent and noteworthy artists, nationally and from around the world. With programming designed to reflect the diversity of Brampton, we aim to entertain and inspire audiences, while providing exceptional experiences for performing artists. View the 2019 - 2020 Season Brochure.

Culture Master Plan

Read more about the City of Brampton's Culture Master Plan.

Performing Arts Brampton

The Performing Arts Division at the City of Brampton uncovers, develops, and promotes Brampton’s unique cultural identity and creative vibrancy through its pursuit of artistic excellence and deep community engagement. Learn more.

Land Acknowledgment

The Rose is located on the Treaty Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, and before them, the Haudenosaunee, Huron, and Wendat. We acknowledge the many First Nations, Métis, Inuit, and other global Indigenous people that now call Brampton home. We are grateful to continue telling stories on, and about, this land.