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The Inaugural Portland Winter Light Festival

Saturday, January 16, 2016

 

The Inaugural Portland Winter Light Festival, powered by PGE renewable energy, will hit Portland in February. 

The new event is a free, all-ages community-wide celebration illuminating the city’s public spaces with installations by premier lights and art designers. The festival is hosted by the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.

The Portland Winter Light Festival will turn the city into a tapestry of light, color, artistry, performance, and imagination, illuminating the Portland cityscape for four days this winter. The festival attracts world-class recognized artists who bring the city to life during a time of year when it is often quiet.

Building facades glow with animated projections, light dances on the water of the Willamette from bridges above, galleries and storefronts are filled with glowing art installations, parks are brought to life with spectacular lighting, and performances fill the night air with excitement and whimsy.

The four-day festival will feature a light bike parade, light puppet shows, dances, musical performances and much, much more.

The festival will be held on February 3, 4, 5 and 6. For more information, watch the video below or check out the Portland Winter Light Festival website.

Check out a video promoting the Portland Winter Light Festival below:

 

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