Festival do Atlântico closes

Macedo’s Pirotecnia perform final display

Festival do Atlântico closing display
Festival do Atlântico in Funchal last night

The 2023 edition of Festival do Atlântico came to an end today. The Madeiran capital received, in this last pyrotechnic show, the performance of the organizing company with the theme ‘Rituals’.

“For this closing show, Macedo’s Pirotecnia created, in a wider space and already known to the public, a highly coordinated program between the fireworks and the other selected multimedia means, with special emphasis on the visualization of video screens and projections in two towers on a platform located in the maritime area surrounding Pontinha”, describes the Regional Secretariat for Tourism and Culture.

This company combines traditional pyrotechnics, which “constitute an important heritage of the tourist offer of the Autonomous Region of Madeira, with a carefully selected musical support and a diversified set of multimedia elements, intending to obtain a set of integrated moments of aesthetic harmony and playful dimension.”

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Friday’s blog post

With regard to the closing of the festival, the Regional Secretary for Tourism and Culture, Eduardo Jesus, made a positive assessment of the pyromusical shows in this edition of the Festival do Atlântico, which he believes is already a landmark in Madeira’s tourism calendar. “Everything went according to expectations with a very significant influx of residents and visitors”, highlighted the official.

It should be remembered that the 2023 edition of the Festival do Atlântico had its official opening on June 2, in Machico, on the first day of the Quinhentista Market. In this edition, the fireworks shows from Switzerland, chosen by the jury, and from France, chosen by the public, won.

1 thought on “Festival do Atlântico closes”

  1. Watched the final show from the seated area. Both the theatre and pyrotechnic displays were extraordinary and entertaining. Dense crowds of people attending applauded.
    Well Done Madeira


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