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Stanley by MK Illumination – photo credit: @yvrbcbro

 

Lumière Vancouver Returns to Light Up the City

Annual event brings 25+ artistic light installations to
downtown Vancouver and the West End, November 1 – 3

Now in its sixth year, Lumière Vancouver returns to set the city’s downtown and West End neighbourhoods aglow in spectacular fashion.

An annual, family-friendly event inspired by light and artistic expression, Lumière Vancouver includes more than 25 interactive art installations that add dazzle and wonder to four beloved sites: English Bay, Jim Deva Plaza, Lot 19, and šxʷƛ̓ənəq Xwtl’e7énḵ Square (formerly known as the North Plaza of the Vancouver Art Gallery).

Each site’s interactive art installations honour a different theme:

• Nature (English Bay)
• Pride (Jim Deva Plaza)
• Local (Lot 19)
• Interactive (šxʷƛ̓ənəq Xwtl’e7énḵ Square)

Free Vancouver Trolley shuttles will be available to transport viewers between each site.

Public Disco will be hosting a free outdoor dance party each night of Lumière Vancouver at Jim Deva Plaza in the Davie Village. Dance and light-inspired performances will further mesmerize audiences at all four sites.

“Lumière has been an incredible, ever-growing success since its launch in 2014,” says Stephen Regan, Executive Director of the West End BIA. “Huge thanks to our event and lighting partners for making Lumière one of the first great family-friendly events of Vancouver’s fall/winter calendar. We look forward to hosting thousands of viewers throughout the three days.”

Lumière Vancouver 2019 runs November 1 – 3, from 5:00 to 10:00 pm nightly.  (Select installations will remain up for the remainder of the fall season for spectators to enjoy nightly.) For more information, visit lumiereyvr.com..

Lumière Vancouver’s  event partners are West End BIATourism VancouverDowntown Vancouver BIAHeritage CanadaGlobal BCVancouver Hotel Destination AssociationHollyburn PropertiesG&F Financial GroupDLA PiperStanley Park Brewing, and Wesgroup.

Lighting Partners are MK IlluminationTangible Interaction, and Hfour.
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Dianne

Editor in Chief of Fabulously Frugal in Vancouver.

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