Victoria Symphony Splash fireworks 2018 (Brian Newham via Instagram)

Fireworks and symphony will once again come together in medley this summer—and this time, can be viewed right from your living room no matter where you live!

While the 31st annual Victoria Symphony Splash was cancelled due to COVID-19, organizers are not letting the magic fizzle out.

This Sunday, August 2, tune in on Facebook, YouTube, or the Victoria Symphony Splash website at 7:30 p.m. to watch a recorded rendition of the 2018 concert, with some exciting new additions in place.

The digital event will feature a brand new introduction with CTV Vancouver Island’s Adam Sawatsky and Splash Young Soloist Danielle Tsao!

Under normal circumstances, this musical event is one of the largest annual symphony performances in North America, and attracts over 40,000 spectators from all over the world each year.

There will be a call for donations during the 2020 online broadcast of the show, so those who are interested in supporting Victoria Symphony will have the opportunity to do so at that time.

Remember to mark your calendars and have your viewing device of choice primed and ready for some tunes and fireworks this Sunday!

Victoria Symphony Splash digital broadcast