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article imageDragonette, Carly Rae Jepsen lead Canada Day concert Special

Mississauga - All in all, Mississauga packed a 'pretty fun Canada Day party', or so said Martina Sorbara, lead singer of Dragonette. The Juno award-winning band took centre stage in Celebration Square.
In between songs, Sorbara thanked the masses for welcoming her and Dragonette, adding that in Mississauga, "people sure do know how to have fun." But, she did not leave the stage without singing a special rendition of Happy Birthday to Canada. Thousands lined the crowds for this year's festivities.
Dragonette lights up the stage.
Dragonette lights up the stage.
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Happy birthday Canada!
Happy birthday Canada!
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And then, behind the stage, Mississauga's city hall came alive with fireworks.
Last  but not least  the fireworks show!
Last, but not least, the fireworks show!
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Prior to the fireworks show, more Canadian talent made their appearances throughout the day, including pop-sensation Carly Rae Jepsen.
Carly Rae Jepsen performs a few of her hits.
Carly Rae Jepsen performs a few of her hits.
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And the members of The Paint Movement, livening up the crowds with a bit of jazz and soul music.
The Paint Movement band  getting the crowds grooving.
The Paint Movement band, getting the crowds grooving.
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And rock band, Seam.
Rock band  Seam.
Rock band, Seam.
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From the afternoon, till nightfall, Mississaugan's came to partake.
Crowd shot. Canada Day 2012.
Crowd shot. Canada Day 2012.
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Crowd shot  night.
Crowd shot, night.
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At intermission, the crowds were wowed with a 'sky scraping' cirque show. Many seemed to have held their breaths before cheering wildly with applause, as the duo performed a handful of difficult, (and not to mention) dangerous maneouveurs.
Death defying cirque show.
Death defying cirque show.
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Cirque show.
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Later in the evening, the last set of fireworks crackled just after 11 p.m. But for those who came, it was an action packed Canada Day, with numerous acts, performances, food, music, art, complete — of course — with a spectacular fireworks show.
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