Lights on, everybody!
Dublin Chamber has confirmed the winter lights festival is to return in 2020 for the festive season. [Featured Image: Florian GIORGIO, Unsplash].
It will see some of the beloved monuments of the city being given the Christmas light treatment to provide some much-needed brightness at the end of a pretty terrible year.
We’re delighted to hear that the Winter Lights festival is returning to Dublin this Christmas. Buildings all over the city will be lit up for the month of December by @DubCityCouncil. #BetterDublin 🎄🎅 pic.twitter.com/HGbMuiJtd3
— Dublin Chamber (@DubCham) November 3, 2020
It has not been confirmed whether any new spots will have lights up, but last year Smithfield Square and Christ Church cathedral were both fresh inclusions.
The two spots added to a host of spots around the city, which lit up for the entire month of December. These included: Trinity College, Millennium Bridge, City Hall, Samuel Beckett Bridge, Mansion House on Dawson Street, Parliament Street, Covanta Dublin Waste To Energy Plant and many more.
As is tradition, the lights will be shining from the start of December. We can’t wait to see what they have in store for us this year. Let’s hope it can kick us on to a better 2021, eh?