This year, the Festival of Lights proved as popular as ever with the public flocking to enjoy an impressive – and eclectic - lineup of artworks. During the 4-day event, the City of Lyon showcased thirty works, ranging from intimate installations to spectacular projection mapping. 

Don’t miss the 2022 Lyon Festival of Lights taking place from Thursday, December 8 to Sunday, December 11. Watch this space!




The festival of lights launches its second open call

In addition to the public procurement, the Festival of Lights is launching a new open call for the 2022 edition.

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Call for projects for the 2022 edition

Would you like to be part of the artistic program for the 2022 Festival of Lights? Here's the information you need to apply!

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Let's light up our city!

The Festival of Lights is a community event which is rooted in Lyon’s history. Every year, on December 8, the people of Lyon put candles on their windowsills to honour this tradition.

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Enjoy the smartphone application: information, program, themes, interactive map.

Back on the 2021 edition

Games of Light (Parc Blandan) Games of Light (Parc Blandan) Iris (Cathédrale Saint-Jean) Iris (Cathédrale Saint-Jean) Le lapin dans la lune (Place des Terreaux) Le lapin dans la lune (Place des Terreaux) Lumignons du Cœur (Place des Jacobins) Lumignons du Cœur (Place des Jacobins) Nouvelle vague (Gare Saint-Paul) Nouvelle vague (Gare Saint-Paul) Ricochets (Parc Tête d'Or) Ricochets (Parc Tête d'Or) La créature du lac (Parc Tête d'Or) ARCH'tefact (Lycée La Martinière-Diderot) Expérimentations étudiantes (Place Sathonay) Octo (Place Rambaud) Phénix (Place Pradel) Take flight! (Passerelle Saint-Vincent) Museum of the Moon (Les Subsistances) Frame Perspective (Place de la République) Out of the box (Fondation Bullukian)