Toronto Light Fest 2018 Highlight

The Toronto Light Festival returned to the Distillery Historic District last Friday evening. This year, visitors may interact with some of the light art exhibitions such as the piano that plays light and interactive birds along with a psychedelic nest. A Gummy Bear Pyramid made of 200,000 gummy bear is located at Archeo restaurant during the festival.  Besides the above, you will be able to see many other exhibitions created by various artists from Canada and around the world.  The festival will end on the 4th day of March and opens until 9pm from Sunday to Wednesday and 10pm from Thursday to Saturday.  Admission is free!

For more information, please visit Toronto Light Festival website.

About the Toronto Light Festival

The Toronto Light Festival is a new visual journey and an imaginative cerebral adventure. During the cold, dark days of winter, City residents will be drawn out of their traditional indoor habitats to experience Toronto in a way they never have before. The Festival exhibits the creativity of local and international artists and is a winter experience designed to entertain & inspire.

A fire breathing dragon. (Photographer: Jason L. K. Lau @ Emagto.ca)
A Gummy Bear Pyramid made of 200,000 gummy bear is located at Archeo restaurant during the festival. (Photographer: Jason L. K. Lau @ Emagto.ca)
A Gummy Bear Pyramid made of 200,000 gummy bear is located at Archeo restaurant during the festival. (Photographer: Jason L. K. Lau @ Emagto.ca)

Photo Highlight:  (Photographer:  Jason L. K. Lau @ Emagto.ca)

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