Have you ever been to the International Hot Air Balloon Festival near Montreal?
Well, now is your chance!
The good folks at the festival are giving one lucky family tickets to attend!
The Montgolfieres Festival in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu is already on its way and going on until August 17th. I’ve been going with my family for four years now and it is amazing every time. Last year, we finally got to see the hot air balloons take off and the kids were mesmerized.
If you don’t know what to expect, think of a full day of jumpy castles galore, fair rides, cotton candy, shows on stage, face painting, activities for the kids, concerts at night and la pièce de résistance – seeing 125 hot air balloons take off at sunset (or sunrise).
For a full review post on our experience, with tips and tricks for the day, click here.
To enter this giveaway, please comment below the answer to the following:
“If you took a ride on a hot air balloon, where would you want it to take you?”
For bonus entries, share this giveaway through social media and leave the link to it in the comments below (remember to leave your e-mail address too!).
One random comment will be chosen on Thursday, August 14th at noon. The winner will receive two adult passes and two children’s passes for a day of their choosing. The festival runs August 9th-17th, 2014.
Good luck to all and plan to go this weekend – you won’t regret it!
For more information on the festival, visit www.ballooncanada.com 🙂
Hot air ballon…take me into the dreamy world of clouds…soft & beautiful in a rainbow colored ballon
I would love it to go above the Eiffel Tower at night with it’s gorgeous lights
All the way to Vienna! 😉
If I took a ride in a hot air balloon, I would want it to take me over the mouth of the St. Lawrence so I could see the whales.
I remember going to this hot air balloon festival about 26yrs ago when I was on a student exchange! (I grew up in Ontario)
I am too scared to ride in those balloons! However, the bouncy castles at the festival are out of this world:)
Just flying high up in the clouds would be the best peaceful place to unwind