First Annual NYC Festival Of Light 2014

Dated: 10/28/2014

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Free and Open To All Ages! See the streets come alive for New York’s first annual Festival of Light. Lighting installations created by local designers and performance artists will dazzle you with spectacular technology in the medium of light. The interactive, static and projected lighting is designed to enhance the city architecture. “NYFOL 2014 will transform the nightscape of DUMBO into a magical place,” says Liam O’Braion, co-founder of the festival, and festival of light will definitely fill a void in the city’s cultural calendar.
When: ·         Thursday November 6th: 7pm-11pm ·         Friday November 7th 5pm-11pm ·         Saturday November 8th 5pm-11pm
Where: ·         DUMBO, Brooklyn (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass) Pearl and Water Streets
For more info: http://nyfol.org/
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