Nordic Square – December 19-29, 2019 Old Montreal LiveEvents December 18, 2019 1224 This year, Nordic Square will be transformed into a huge playground with inviting fireplaces, bars, activities, shows and animations that will bring everyone together to celebrate the warmth of the holiday spirit. Discover the many activities that will delight both children and adults! FROM THURSDAY TO SUNDAY THURSDAY—FRIDAY: 4 pm—9 pm SATURDAY—SUNDAY: 12 pm—9 pm Located on Jacques-Cartier square, let yourself be transported by the magic of the holiday season on Nordic Square! Holiday hot spots with bars serving local products, performances, winter activities and public art installations, everything is gathered to bring you smiles and create unforgettable memories. December 19th OFFICIAL LUNCH! Holiday music atmosphere December 20th Holiday music atmosphere From 5:30pm to 7:30pm – Luminous percussion by the Baratanga Trio December 21st 100% traditional Quebec holiday music atmosphere From 1pm to 3:45pm – Children’s tales From 3:30pm to 5pm – Zumba with Viko From 4pm to 6:40pm – Ambulatory circus by Joïeux et Nowel From 7pm to 9pm – Traditional music by La Croisée d’Antan December 22nd 100% Francophone holiday music atmosphere From 2pm to 6pm – Santa Claus and his elves accompanied by our mascot From 6pm to 8:30pm – The Java Trio, jazzy vocal harmonies December 26th Crooners and 50s holiday music atmosphere From 4pm to 6:30pm – Tales and songs with Les Sœurs Noël December 27th Disco and Funk holiday music atmosphere From 7pm to 8:30pm – Luminous Hula Hoop December 28th From Quebec to Africa worldbeat music atmosphere From 2pm to 4:45pm – Children’s tales From 5pm to 6:45pm – Nordic Reggae with Alexandre Paquette From 7pm to 8:30pm – Luminous Hula Hoop December 29th Quebec musical atmosphere announcing the New Year Party! From 2pm to 4:45pm – Luminous percussions by the Baratanga Trio FREE FAMILY ACTIVITIES Holiday hot spots Warm up around fireplaces comfortably seated on the enchanting site of Nordic Square. Festive Animations Meet the famous mascot Snowflake as well as the trapper storyteller, with humorous street animations on Saturdays and Sundays. Live shows Choirs, storytellers, Indigenous artists and winter zumba, it’s an entire program that is made to bring you joy. Public art Do not miss the illuminated and engaging installations! Both children and adults will be impressed by the giant bear and the mirroring luminous prisms! Wish-A-Phone Make use of these stations to take a break, laugh with friends and proclaim your holiday wishes. For more information visit: www.montrealenfetes.com/en/nordic-square Related
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