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Montréal en Histoires - Cité Mémoire© Jean-François Gratton - Shoot Studio

Light shows

Spotlight on Québec!

Thanks to the creativity of Québecers and their expertise recognized worldwide in the field of multimedia, Québec comes alight at night. Throughout the province, gardens, forests, buildings and other architectural elements shine with impressive illuminations and light and digital projections. Various illuminated pathways along the shoreline, in the heart of the forest or inside a basilica include a sound component that creates an immersive experience. Imagined by Moment Factory, the multimedia entertainment studio of international fame, they display the wealth of natural landscapes and religious heritage of Québec, and will transport you into an uncommon multisensorial universe. Other colourful installations in the heart of the cities, including Montréal en Histoires - Cité Mémoire ‒ the longest projection path in the world – use a live connectivity concept.

Take advantage of the legacy of Montréal’s 375th anniversary, celebrated in 2017, and see many of the city’s emblematic features illuminated. Some will remain, such as the Jacques-Cartier bridge, with a lighted urban installation beating to the digital pulse of the metropolis.

Light shows :

Aura (Montréal)
Light unveils the Notre-Dame Basilica’s rich heritage and invites us to celebrate its beauty. The experience begins with a path of lights, revealing the Basilica’s wealth of exquisite works. Then, light, orchestral music and grandiose architecture combine to create a unique, three-act multimedia spectacle. Let yourself be transported by AURA.

Montréal en histoires – Cité Mémoire (Montréal)
One of the largest projection circuit, created by Michel Lemieux and Victor Pilon, in collaboration with Michel Marc Bouchard. Listen to the soundtrack on the free application. Discover 25 projections in Old Montréal, Old-Port of Montréal and at Fairmont Le Reine Élizabeth hotel.

Foresta Lumina (Eastern Townships)
Discover an illuminated nocturnal pathway. Scenography, lighting, video mapping and original soundtrack music combine to draw you into a universe inspired by the region’s imaginary heritage and the mythology of Québec's forests. Creative concept and production by Moment Factory.

Nova Lumina (Gaspésie)
In Chandler, for reasons unknown, stars are falling from the sky, filling the beaches with light as they wash ashore. Let these celestial bodies be your guide and embark on this mythical voyage between Earth and sky. Experience this fascinating 1.5 km (0.93 mi) seaside night walk.

Tonga Lumina (Laurentians)
Legend has it that a sleeping giant calls mont Tremblant home. Whenever he awakens, his descendants return to this sacred land to seek out his ancient wisdom. Don the amulet of the lost people and let your adventurous spirit be your guide.

Anima Lumina (Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean)
Immersed deep in the heart of Zoo Sauvage de St-Félicien’s breathtaking landscape, this 1.5-km (just under one mile) night walk entices you to open your eyes and ears as you enjoy the forest in a whole new light.

Parc de la Gorge-de-Coaticook © TQ / OutPost
Montréal en Histoires - Cité Mémoire, La révolte des castors