Fireworks on July 14, 2022 in Levallois-Perret (92)

By Laurent P., Rizhlaine F. Posted Jun 23, 2022 6:54 PM

For the celebrations of July 14, the city of Levallois-Perret invites you to discover its fireworks on July 13, 2022, on the occasion of the National Day. Also on the program, a DJ set to wiggle your hips before the show, as well as the firefighters’ ball the next day.

This year, the inhabitants of the city of Levallois-Perret are preparing to celebrate the July 14th in beauty. And for good reason: the city invites the curious to discover its fireworks on the banks of the Seine, between rue du president Wilson and rue Anatole-France, July 13, 2022.

From 11 p.m., come and discover this pyrosymphonic show, taken from the Levallois bridge (and shared with the city of Courbevoie), on the theme of travel. From Europe to Asia via Africa and the Americas or Oceania, it is a real waking dream that is offered to you.

And before the fireworks, what do we do? From 8 p.m., a DJ set sign Guillaume Aubert should get you moving for a good part of the evening, until 11:30 p.m., for a fun time with family or friends. And for those who have a little peck, several foodtrucks are also available:

Delicious homemade gourmet bowls.

More than 100 different flavors of ice cream, from the most classic to the most unique.

Tapas revisited with empanadas, pinchos, montaditos and croquetas.

Homemade fish and chips.

Organic and homemade savory and sweet pancakes.

Also note that a firemen’s ball is also organized the next day, Thursday July 14, 2022, at the Levallois fire station from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. A great opportunity to meet the city’s firefighters and perpetuate traditions.

And for more on the July 14 story:

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