Light City transforms the city with world class light displays and sculptures, video projections on buildings and interactive technologies to create once-in-a-lifetime experiences for families, residents and visitors.
Photo: Voyage by Aether & Hermera, photo courtesy of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts
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Music is a major attraction at Light City. The festival features a full schedule of free concerts including local, regional and renowned DJs, bands and musicians across every genre.
Photo: DJ Jazzy Jeff, courtesy of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts
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Labs@LightCity brings together innovators and thought leaders in six industries during the annual Light City festival. Changemakers from Baltimore and across the nation will explore one question: How do we become a more responsible and equitable society? Join for a single day or all six days to participate in activities and discussions about innovation and social change.
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WHAT IS LIGHT CITY?
Launched by the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts in 2016, Light City Baltimore is the first large-scale, international light festival in the United States. In its first year, Light City welcomed more than 400,000 people over seven nights.
Light City is a free festival that transforms Baltimore with large-scale light installations, performances, music and innovation. Central to Light City is the BGE Light Art Walk along Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, featuring more than 50 attractions including illuminated sculptures, projections, interactive technologies, performances, concerts, food vendors and a children’s area.
Light City’s innovation programming, Labs@LightCity generates an ecosystem of ideas and learning during the day – while lights, performances and live music re-imagine Baltimore at night.
Photo courtesy of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts
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Neighborhood Lights is an immersive community arts program of Light City Baltimore that spreads the magic of Light City Baltimore to neighborhoods throughout Baltimore City. Selected artists will work directly with one of the participating neighborhoods to create an illuminated public project within the neighborhood of their residency during the inaugural Light City Baltimore festival.
Photo: Glenford Nuñez
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