During the four-day festival, artists will be presenting their works in the serene and poetic environment of Lyon’s city parks. Due to the current health crisis, the number of visitors will be limited.
The Festival of Lights will be taking place - in an alternative format this year – from Saturday December 5 to Tuesday December 8, 2020
Against the backdrop of the health crisis and recent developments, the City of Lyon is working responsibly on a new adapted format for the Festival of Lights, its annual landmark event.Read more
This week, @FeteLumieres lights up 2019 #EUTourismCapital Lyon.This major attraction uses low energy LEDs, meaning it accounts for only 0.1% of Lyon's annual urban lighting energy consumption. #FDL2019— Market,Industry&SMEs (@EU_Growth) December 6, 2019
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A1: Being a French and World Cultures teacher, I try to teach about a variety of holidays that pertain to my classes. One of my favorites happens to be starting tonight...La Fête des Lumières in Lyon, France! Check it out @fetelumieres #FDL2019 #BunceeChat #French— Ide M Koulbanis (@imkoulbanis) December 6, 2019