A Free Illuminated Skating Wonderland With Drinks & Music Is Coming Valentine's Weekend
It's taking place at a riverside park in Candiac, right outside Montreal.
- This free illuminated skating party will make for the perfect .
- The event, hosted by the city of Candiac, will even have alcoholic beverages for sale.
- It takes place in a riverside park with views of the downtown skyline in the distance.
As long as you're going to be stuck with all the snow forecasted for the coming weeks, why not embrace the winter and do an outdoor activity that will make you appreciate the frozen landscape? Sure, if you look at all the inconveniences winter brings, it can be a tough time, but if you focus on the beautiful things the cold weather allows you to do, you'll have a much better season. For example, an ice disco lighting up in a riverside park this February presents the perfect opportunity to get out of your house and maybe even plan the ultimate.
The city of Candiac is organizing this winter fairytale certain to get anyone out of their seasonal lethargy.
All you have to do is bring your skates to make this an unforgettable evening among lighted trails and loud music.
For couples looking for a romantic evening and gangs of friends in need of a night out, this is an activity not to be missed.
The outdoor ice disco will come to life on Saturday, February 15 from 6 pm to 10 pm in Parc André-J.-Côté.
In addition to stretching your legs and enjoying the magnificent stage, other little surprises are planned.
You can visit a giant igloo and enjoy a good hot chocolate. However, if this festive atmosphere puts you in the mood for something stronger, there will also be mulled wine and spiked coffees on-site.
So bring a little cash to spoil yourself and you're set.
Winter Wonderland | Ice disco
Cost: Free; drinks sold on site
When: Saturday, February 15 from 6 pm to 10 pm
Address: Parc André-J.-Côté, 116 Boulevard Marie-Victorin, Candiac, QC
Why you have to go: For a perfect winter evening and well-accompanied skating under fairy lights.
This article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.