Friday 16 May 2014
4pm – Late
Liverpool city centre
Over 130 free events
LightNight unlocks the doors of our world-class museums, galleries and heritage sites until late, as the city is illuminated with an unforgettable trail of over 130 free events for all ages.
On Friday 16th May from 4pm visitors of all ages and interests can follow their own vibrant trail of light projections, performances, talks, walks, tours, dance, exhibitions, open studios and much more.
It’s the perfect chance to meet friends and family to enjoy the relaxed after-hours atmosphere and rediscover Liverpool city centre - it’s a Friday night out with a difference!
LightNight is Liverpool’s one-night arts and culture festival taking place annually in May; 2014 is the fifth edition.
This year look forward to ‘Sound Battle’ street performances, big dances, spectacular interactive light projections, a candle lit labyrinth, sing-a-long walking tours, open studios, Turner Prize winner Grayson Perry exhibition launch, a late night ceildh, stargazing at Tate Liverpool, poetry readings, hands-on workshops, cabaret, a big Bayko-over at Museum of Liverpool and much more.
See LightNight by public transport
Leave the car at home and jump on a bus, train or Mersey Ferry to enjoy LightNight.
Details of last train and bus services from Liverpool city centre
For more information about getting to LightNight use the North West journey planner or call Traveline on 0151 236 7676.