This weekend, the port and La Marina will shine brighter at the Ibiza Light Festival

The Ibiza Light Festival is a cultural project produced by artists, filmmakers and lighting designers that will be held in the city of Ibiza.

The most emblematic spots of the port’s old town will be transformed through lighting, video, sound, and performances, where the light will be the main element, creating a unique audiovisual atmosphere for two special nights.

Ibiza Light Festival is designed to entertain people of all ages, where visitors will be able to live surprising experiences, walking along the lovely streets of the old town La Marina and the port. There will be interactive facilities where attendees are invited to participate, so the audience will also be a part of the show. Come with your family, your friends, your partner, or alone, but don’t miss this annual event that brings a little bit of magic to this wonderful city.

The city of Ibiza, declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, has a variety of monuments, streets, squares and emblematic facades that will come alive through the new technologies of lighting, video, dance, and theatre.

If you want to know the exact location of the different art installations, here’s a map of the Ibiza Light Festival with the places and names of the artists and their works:

You can also follow the news and the latest posts of the event through their Facebook and Instagram accounts. And don’t forget to share your experiences with us, tagging #mysecretibiza on your photos.

See you all there!

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