Let’s Reignite the Sky – for the 36th edition of L’International des Feux Loto-Québec

Mexico – Bells and Drums

Sundays in Mexico are synonymous with vibrant colour and energy… and, of course, music! Processions and parades often wind their way through the streets to the sound of cymbals and drums. In Montreal, rather than the music of drums, it is the sound of church bells that can be heard. Having long ago earned the title of “The City of 100 Bell Towers,” Montreal is renowned for the urban concert of church bells that echoes throughout the city.

This performance by Sirius Pyrotechnics celebrates the colours and sounds of Sundays – in Mexico and Montreal.

Sirius Pyrotechnics
Having originated in Valencia, Spain in 1877, Sirius Pyrotechnics has been in existence for an astounding 130 years. Needless to say, the company has produced fireworks displays for numerous internationally acclaimed events over the years, including the 2010 Olympic games. Sirius has also earned a long list of awards from international competitions.

The fireworks start at 10 pm, rain or shine.

Experience it up close and personal by taking your place on the shores of Dolphin Lake, in the heart of La Ronde – definitely the best place to watch the event – and enjoy this exceptional and timeless show with family and friends. To purchase your LaRonde tickets visit: www.laronde.com

If you choose to watch the fireworks from Jacques Cartier Bridge, please note: To ensure spectator safety during the fireworks, the bridge will be completely closed in the evening from 8:30pm to 11:30pm. The bridge access ramps will be closed prior to the event at approximately 8:00pm. Access will be maintained for emergency services. The sidewalk and the multipurpose path will be completely closed between 8:30pm and 11:30pm during these events. Only pedestrians, strollers and people with reduced mobility will have access to the bridge; bicycles will not be allowed on the bridge.

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