Sugar Rush is a new immersive, sweet walk-through experience for all ages. The unique pop-up theme park gives children the chance to get out and run around in a whimsical and safe setting — to encounter larger-than-life sweets. Feast your eyes on a whirl of giant lollipops, cupcakes and all things sugar!
The open-air on foot adventure takes you through an expansive, 50,000+ square foot, multi-world utopia. From the producers of the sold-out Halloween and Holiday Nights of Lights, comes Sugar Rush Toronto, an innovative pop-up experience straight from its sold out run in Los Angeles, California.
The fun-filled oasis is flooded with colourful sweet installations, oversized props, art displays, custom parade floats, whimsical sets, countless curated photo ops, performances, immersive tunnels, geodesic domes, and multiple candy-powered interactions. It's an immersive open-air experience your family and friends will not soon forget ― and a treat for anyone with a sweet tooth!
Sugar Rush is running at limited capacity with timed tickets to ensure the area doesn't become overcrowded. Not only is this a good practice for COVID safety, but it also ensures you’ll have plenty of time to take pictures and appreciate the artwork and attractions. On select dates you can even bring your furry best friend with you! Pet-friendly days are listed on the website. Candy is included in your ticket and you can also purchase sweet treats from dessert vendors.
Sugar Rush is open Thursdays to Sundays, from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., until September 6. The event runs at Square One Shopping Centre, 100 City Centre Dr. – Lot 6, in Mississauga. See it by day or night!
Tickets are $24.99 for adults and $16.99 for dhildren 3-12 years of age. A Family 4-pack is $75 (2 Adult + 2 Child Passes) and a Friends 4-pack is $85 (4 Adult Passes). Tickets are very limited, and advance purchase is required.
Save 15% on the price of tickets with code: T4K15.
Sugar Rush supports Epilepsy Toronto, Canada’s leading source of support for people with epilepsy and their families.
Find out more at www.sugarrushtoronto.ca.