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From December 27th to 31st, 2017

Join the fun on Grande Allée in Québec City

From December 27 to 31, come join the fun on Grande Allée in Québec City. There’s so much to see and do! There’s something for everyone—friends and family: a zip line, rides, ice bars, slides, heated patios, street food, and of course, spectacular fireworks at midnight on December 31!

Set in the heart of Québec City, the festivities will extend from the parliament building to Hôtel Le Concorde, including Parc de la Francophonie and Place George V.

Admission to the site is free!


For the first time ever, Grande Allée will have two stages—one for electronic music and the other for traditional music.

Parliament Stage (Electronic Music)

In front of Québec City’s parliament building, at Place de l’Assemblée-Nationale
December 31, 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. Party vibe and a lineup of five DJs.

Traditional French Canadian (Accent d’Amérique) Stage

In Parc de la Francophonie
December 31, from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Party vibe and traditional music.


There’ll be tons of activities on Grande Allée in Québec City from December 27 to 31. Starting at 1 p.m., from December 27 to 31, come and have fun in the heart of the city, groove to traditional French Canadian music and electronic music, have a cocktail at the ice bar, slide down the mega slide at Place George V, ride the ferris wheel, and more! There’s so much to do, you’ll want to stay all day!

Don’t miss

  • NEW YEAR’S MUSIC for 5 days straight, from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m., on the Parliament Stage and the Accent d’Amérique Stage (until 1 a.m. on December 31)
  • THOUSANDS OF LIGHTS and a fun vibe
  • The heated PATIOS ON GRANDE ALLÉE with lights and music
  • The classic Québec City New Year’s FERRIS WHEEL
  • The SUPER SHOT, a crazy ride that will get your heart racing
  • The BIG SLIDE—a favorite with kids
  • The ZIP LINE—fun for the whole family!
  • The AIRSTREAM CARAVAN with hot chocolate and roasted marshmallows
  • The FIREWORKS at midnight on December 31

New this year!

  • The CHIC CHOC OUTDOOR COCKTAIL LOUNGE with a giant fireplace, Adirondack chairs, and fur blankets so you can relax around the fire and enjoy Québec-inspired cocktails like Le Cap-Chat, Le Gaspésien Libré, L’Gros Bill, and more!
  • THE OLD FASHIONED DOUGHNUT SHACK, where you can try one of the famous Berthier doughnuts prepared daily onsite


New Year’s eve on Grande Allée in Québec City isn’t just another party. It’s a total experience!


  • A stunning pyrotechnic display
  • Two zones that are easy to get to for a great view of the fireworks


  • Electronic music, with a 5 DJ lineup to keep you dancing until 1 a.m.
  • Spectacular set and lighting
  • Big sound and visuals
  • Bar service
  • New Year’s countdown


  • Live traditional Québec music, including holiday classics
  • Singers, fiddlers, call and answer songs, foot tappers, dancers, and callers
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Bar service
  • European style restaurants
  • Surprise guest artists


  • Multimedia show
  • Pyrotechnics display on a steel structure
  • Fire breathers
  • Limited mobility zone
  • Ice structure created onsite
  • Giant beach balls thrown into the crowd
  • Confetti storms throughout the night



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  • Parliament Stage : • Parliament Stage
  • Accent d’Amérique Stage: Unreserved


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Space is limited, so sign up today! The first 30 people to register will receive a response. People with reduced mobility can bring one chaperone. Once 30 registrations have been received, we will start a wait list. Please arrive no later than 9:30 p.m. on December 31. Bathrooms onsite.

Who can use the Reduced Mobility zone?

The zone reserved for people with special needs on New Year’s Eve in Quebec City is open to anyone who has permanent or temporary mobility problems (leg in a cast or an injury making it hard to walk) that require them to use a manual or electric wheelchair, 3- or 4-wheeled mobility scooter, cane with multiple feet or white cane, crutches, walker, or service dog.