The only place I've found so far is the earthcam webcam...but it isn't really streaming...just updated pics every few seconds. I wish I could watch live streaming!!!
very disappointing as we were able to watch last year. Hopefully they will post a recorded version.
I couldn't answer you when I found out about EARTH CAM.COM where I saw the entire Bastille Day display on that site. It always shows the Eiffel Tower but, wow, what a show on Bastille Day. Next year check out that site.
They just finished.
A repeat just started 4 mn ago.Hope you can watch it now.
It was a great show.Much better than last year imo.
It should be on YouTube by tomorrow morning.
I watched it live on TV for the first time in my life. Since the theme was war, it wasn't very cheerful at first since it made it look like Paris was under bombs, chaos and set ablaze, but it was very spectacular and one of the most original and well-mastered fireworks / light shows I have seen. Of course the second half was about peace and much more colorful. Definitely the best in a long long time. Not to be missed if you get a chance to see it.
Here is the link: http://quefaire.paris.fr/14juilletEdited: 14 July 2014, 23:22
Thanks for posting the link Mrs F_M!
Very powerful and different from displays here.
Are the fireworks seen in the far corners of the city part of the official show by the Eiffel Tower or smaller neighborhood shows?
I did notice that the show covered a very large area in Paris itself but hadn't paid attention to other fireworks in the far corners. I just looked at the video and I see that some of the suburban fireworks are indeed visible in the distance. In the inner suburbs, about two thirds of the fireworks are on the 13th and one third on the 14th.
Based on the angle at 10:30, I suppose the one you can see in the distance was the Puteaux / Neuilly fireworks since it was tonight at 11 pm also.