Ignite the Night!

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Posted 8 July, 2024
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There's less than a week to go until the DFS Queenstown 2024 Winter Fireworks light up the night sky above the bay.

Thousands of people turned up last year to enjoy the dazzling display. The Winter Fireworks holds a 40 year history in Queenstown, DFS are proud to continue this cherished tradition. This year, Ignite the Night takes place on Saturday, 13 July.

There'll be family friendly activities at DFS from 11am until 6pm with everyone heading down to the bay at 6.30pm for the fireworks, where there'll also be an offering of food trucks.

Prashant Suresh Mahboobani, Vice President of Retail Operations, Oceania, DFS, says the company is committed to curating "unforgettable moments for locals and travellers alike".


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