This progressive, three-part event starts at Redmond City Hall and takes you on a luminary walk along the Sammamish River Trail to Downtown Park and the Redmond Town Center. At City Hall campus, you’ll enjoy music performances and the tree lighting ceremony! View light and art installations and thousands of luminaries as you stroll down the Redmond Central Connector. More art and music awaits you at Downtown Park. On Saturday evening, a Winter Wonderland awaits you at Redmond Town Center, with a carousel, live ice carver, and even more performances. Sunday night gives you an encore opportunity to experience the luminary walk to Downtown Park once more.
December 7 & 8, 2019
A Joyful Celebration
Begin your evening at City Hall and enjoy live entertainment, interactive booths, and a tree lighting at 5 p.m. Stroll along the luminaries and art installations to Downtown Park and Redmond Town Center, where you will find more entertainment and activities.
A Peaceful Journey
Experience a contemplative evening luminary walk with art installations between City Hall and Downtown Park.
The City of Redmond is inviting artists to submit a proposal to provide new and existing temporary illuminated artworks as part of Redmond Lights. For more info, regarding selection criteria and ways to apply, click on the link below.
Closes Friday, September 20 at 5 p.m. (PST)
The City of Redmond is now accepting applications for vendor and community booths at Redmond Lights. Reach 10,000 to 15,000 attendees and join us in celebration of Redmond.
Thousands of luminaries will light the Sammamish River Trail, Central Connector Trail, and Downtown Park. A limited number of booths are available for the festival so please apply today.
Applications are due by Monday, November 11, 2019.
Redmond Lights is a celebration of light, art and culture. This winter festival honors holiday spirit through a community gathering that sparkles with lights, music, performances, artist installations and much more.
- 10,000-15,000 attendees
- Thousands of luminaries light the Sammamish River Trail/ Redmond Central Connector
- 5+ Unique artist installations
- Collectible blinkers available to the first 10,000 attendees
- Interactive experiences
- 25+ light installations
- 8+ faith communities
- 10+ community groups
- 10+ business booths
- 100+ volunteers
- Live performances