This year, Glow’s route takes visitors along several locations that participate in the light art festival for the first time.
The route leads along the monuments Villa Dommelhoef and Villa De Laak villas for instance. These buildings will appear as brightly coloured candy houses in an enchanted forest. Also, the Beursgebouw and the former sites of the NRE Utilities are included in this new route. The Philips Stadium is going to be a stage for a light and sounds spectacle.
Traditionally, The Catherina Church is one of Glow’s highlights.
The tour is four kilometres long. Cultural and educational institutions also present light art and exhibitions. ‘Urban Playground’ is this year’s theme. The main roads will be closed to traffic after 18.30 Hrs. Last year, Glow attracted 450,000 visitors from home and abroad.
Visit Glow from 9 to 16 November, every evening from 18.30 Hrs. Admission is free.