It may seem that there is little to be excited about this year. Big events that would usually get us in the festive spirit are getting cancelled due to safety concerns. One event that is not getting cancelled this year is Light Night Leeds. Instead, they’ve adapted and changed it to fit the current circumstance.
Between the 22nd and 24th October, Leeds’ skies will be filled with a beautiful light show that you don’t want to miss. Between 6 pm and 11 pm, the night sky of Leeds will be illuminated with rays of light in a wondrous display. And, this year you can be apart of the show. That’s right! You can have an opportunity to control the lights in the sky through your mobile phone. Just log in here on the night, and you can get the opportunity to take control of the skies.
Taking part in the light show this year are seven of Leeds’ most iconic buildings, Parkinson Building, University of Leeds; Merrion House, supported by Leeds City Council; Platform Building, supported by Reed Smith; Victoria Leeds Car Park, supported by Victoria Leeds; Wellington Place, supported by Wellington Place); Bridgewater Place, supported by CEG: Temple; The Majestic, supported by C4.
The event has been going for 15 years, so it is a real bonus that it has managed to create a manner in which it can go ahead this year despite the issues. If you would like to find out more information click here.