For four nights a variety of different artists light up buildings, streets, squares and parks all over the city.
Over 40 light installations create a magical atmosphere.
Don’t miss the 2018 Lyon Festival of Lights taking place from Thursday, December 6 to Sunday, December 9. Watch this space!
A study organized by the City of Lyon and Festival of Lights partner Orange measured the number of people in specific areas during the Festival and their movements.Read more
It's time to find out the winners of the Festival of Lights trophies and prizesRead more
Every year for Fête des Lumières, different artists light up the city of #Lyon showcasing its #UrbanHistory. This year marks the Historic Site of Lyon’s 20th anniversary of inscription on the #WorldHeritage List! #UrbanHeritage #HeritageCity pic.twitter.com/ZIuaTgxqzL— Jyoti Hosagrahar (@JyotiHosagrahar) 5 décembre 2018
#lumieresensoie is ready @FeteLumieres thanks to the whole team , member of family ,volunteers , collaborators , suppliers and @crossedlab to make this happen on the late finishing line last night under the pouring rain! Enjoy the festival ! pic.twitter.com/MH5Uopsxr5— creatmosphere (@creatmosphere) 6 décembre 2018
Another way to enjoy the @FeteLumieres (Festival Of Lights) thanks to @guardian’s photographer @aliciacanter who visited #Lyon twice to produce this remarkable Before/After display.— ONLYLYON (@OnlyLyon) 11 décembre 2018
#goodnight— Aurelia BAILLY (@AureliaBAILLY) 7 décembre 2018
The Basilica of Notre-Dame de Fourviere and buildings are illuminated during the 20th edition of the Festival of Lights (Fete des Lumieres), in Lyon.