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Light exhibition

Lights in Alingsås 2022

A unique lighting design event in the city centre of Alingsås.

A feeling that brighter times await, Lights in Alingsås wants to kindle that sparkle of hope by turning on its lights and creating opportunities for visitors to gather and to reflect. On September 30, the twenty-third edition of Lights in Alingsås will be inaugurated with the theme “Only one earth. 7.9 billion reflections.

The Light installations

Lights in Alingsås is a lighting design event in which lighting designers from across the globe illuminate urban environments together with international students through a workshop. The workshop lasts for one week and ends with the grand opening. The installations can be seen throughout the month of October.

Experience on your own

Walking and seeing the installations on your own is for free. The installations are lit from dusk to dawn and follow the usual streetlights’ rhythm every day from September 30 to November 6. You choose which time that suits you the best to visit the event. There are more visitors on weekends than on weekdays. To find out more about this year’s installations, you can buy a digital guided tour in English via the app Lights in Alingsås.

Book a guided tour in English

To book a private guided tour, please see this link for information. There are no general tours in English via Billetto.se.

(The guided tours in Swedish run every week from Wednesday to Sunday, departing from Åmanska Parken. Ticket release at Billetto.se in September).

Credits: Lights in Alingsås

Credits: Lights in Alingsås

Lights in Alingsås. Plantaget, Light Design Sara Ortega. Credits: Patrik Gunnar Helin

Lights in Alingsås. Lilla Torget, Bron, Light Design Craig Spring. Credits: Patrik Gunnar Helin

Lights in Alingsås. Landskyrkan, Light Design Rodrigo Muro. Credits: Patrik Gunnar Helin

Lights in Alingsås. Kv Klockan, Light Design Anuj Gala Rogier Hengeveld. Credits: Patrik Gunnar Helin

Lights in Alingsås. Brunnsparken, Light Design Rodrigo Muro. Credits: Patrik Gunnar Helin

Lights in Alingsås. Highlight, Barnens Lights, Design Malin Wallin. Light Design Alingsås Energi. Credits: Patrik Gunnar Helin

Lights in Alingsås. Credits: Lights in Alingsås