Winter in Denmark is cold, crisp, dark and very long. To make the best of these winter days and enhance the cosy feeling that winter also brings, Copenhagen Light Festival is here to brighten the cold winter nights with lights in every shape and colour.
In February Copenhagen will be lit up by light installations all over the city and especially along the waterfront.
This year, you can once again join our tours through the canals and experience the spectacular lights from the waterside, where the artworks really come to life. We sail every day during the festival - read more and book your ticket to Copenhagen Light Festival 2020.
Until then enjoy a throwback compilation of last year’s art pieces:
Green Laser Beam by Martin Ersted, photo by Kim Matthai Leland
A Light Garden by Hans E Madsen, photo by DCL
Bamboo Break by Mads Vegas, photo by Kim Matthai Leland
Illumination of the Tower of Christiansborg Palace by Jesper Kongshaug, photo by DCL
Chromatic Fields by Jakob Kvist, photo by DCL
Chamber of Light by Catja Thystrup, photo by Mathias Peter Christian