Firefighters' Day, which is celebrated every second Saturday of August, is the Pincourt annual celebration since 1980.
The day’s highlights are without doubt the traditional parade of emergency and fire trucks, greatly appreciated by kids, the evening concert and the fireworks, acknowledged to be the most spectacular in the region.
40th edition: August 13, 2022
The 2022 program is detailed as follows :
11:45 a.m.: Parade of emergency trucks until around 12:30 p.m.
12:30 p.m.: Activities at Bellevue Park: DJ, inflatable games, foam games, water games, firemen's course, little train, and much more! Numerous kiosks will also be on site selling drinks, non-alcoholic drinks, food and sweets.
5 p.m.: Mélissa Lavergne & her musicians (Belle & Bum fame) : DJ, percussionist and saxophonist!
7:30 p.m.: Jérôme Couture's music show (The Voice Qc fame)!
9 p.m.: Québec Issime's 'party' (1st act) : Dancers, musicians and singers!
10 p.m.: Fireworks
10:30 p.m.: Québec Issime (2nd act) : The Party continues!
The following kiosks will be on site to serve you (cash only):
Grillades de Monsieur Guibord Grill
Beignes d'Antans Donuts
Mobile hot dog
Cotton candy (sold by the Pincourt and Notre-Dame-de-l'Ïle-Perrot Firemen's Association)
Canned water (sold by the Pincourt and Notre-Dame-de-l'Ïle-Perrot Firemen's Association)
Beer (sold by the Pincourt and Notre-Dame-de-l'Ïle-Perrot Firemen's Association)
Crowd Flair Mixology
Corn will also be offered free of charge, courtesy of :
To limit traffic on the streets, the Town of Pincourt strongly recommends the use of public transportation.
A shuttle service (free) on routes 31, 33 and 35 will be offered from 1:00 p.m. to midnight on Saturday, August 13. Buses will be identified as shuttles.
Bus service ($) on routes 31, 33 and 35 will also be offered exceptionally on Saturday, August 13.
In the surrounding streets of Monseigneur-Langlois Avenue
At Faubourg de l'Île: take the shuttle (free) or the bus ($) to go to the park (every 10 minutes)
Created in 1980 by the Pincourt Firefighters Association at the initiative of Michel Bernier, former director of the Emergency and Fire Prevention Department, Firemen’s Day is Pincourt’s big annual family event.
Having become a time-honoured tradition over the years, Firefighters' Day takes the place of Saint-Jean-Baptiste and Canada Day festivities in Pincourt.
Its popularity is due in no small part to the many loyal sponsors who have helped make it one of the region’s biggest parties!
Since it was created, the participation rate has never ceased to climb, with over 15,000 visitors now taking part.