La Ronde - What's New in 2019!

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With more than 40 rides and attractions, La Ronde (1967) offers entertainment and thrills for the whole family! This is the place where you will make memories for life!

In 2019, La Ronde welcomes Chaos, a seven story, chaotic loop roller coaster, that is unlike anything you have ever experienced. This steel monster offers the ultimate in adrenaline, delivering 360-degree thrills! Come and try it at the park opening on May 11th, 2019.

La Ronde is also home to L’International des Feux Loto-Québec, the world’s #1 fireworks competition. Enjoy a series of pyromusical displays that promise to light up the sky over Montréal! The most passionate pyro-technicians from here and around the world gather, once again this year, to offer lights, sounds and color performances that will light up the eyes of the little ones, while charming the older crowd. This year, the 35th edition will be held from June 29 through July 27. You will find the best seats at La Ronde. Tickets for the Fireworks also include access to rides all day.
At La Ronde, there is something for everyone to enjoy with different types of events throughout the season. In June, there will be Family Days with Mascot Day on June 1st and Grand Parents Day on June 15th. In September, the Bavarian Weekends are back. Take this opportunity to discover the exclusive culinary creations inspired by classic German traditions. Following last year’s success, La Nuit Blanche will be held on September 20th. This event gives the 18 + crowd a chance to enjoy one of the biggest open-air parties and rides until the wee hours of the morning. Finally, October weekends bring back to La Ronde the very popular Fright Fest, which offers scary activities for the whole family during the day and more terrifying ones by night.

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La Ronde
22, Chemin Macdonald, Île Sainte-Hélène, Montréal, Qc, H3C 6A3
Phone: 514 397-2000

Via metro:
Jean-Drapeau Station, 767 La Ronde bus
Papineau Station, 769 La Ronde bus

Via Jacques-Cartier bridge:
Parc Jean-Drapeau exit

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