Geneva LUX Light Festival

Geneva's Annual Light Festival 27th January - 5th February 2023

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Geneva Lux Light Festival

Geneva’s Annual Light Festival

27th January – 5th February 2023

Geneva Lux Light Festival 

Geneva Lux Festival – One of The Top Light Festivals in Switzerland

One of the most magical Light Festivals in Switzerland is the Geneva Lux Light Festival which is once again taking place in the city for 2023. This year’s festival is on every evening from 27th January – 5th February 2023. Geneva Lux Festival with its stunning “works of light” is truly international with light installations by artists from all over the world.

Geneva Lux Light Festival 

Over 20 Light Installation Locations All Over Geneva

This festival takes place in over 20 location all over the city and along the lake. There is a wide variety of  light installations which include light projections, live light performances and light sculptures.

Geneva Lux Light Festival 

Geneva Lux Guided Tours of the Installations

It is easy to visit all the light locations in the Geneva Lux Light Festival on your own, but there are some suggested routes which you can choose from which have been organised by Geneva Tourism.

Geneva Lux Light Festival 

If you so wish, you could also sign up for a 2 hour guided tour which is available on Saturdays only and costs around CHF 15. The tours last approximately 2 hours and are available in English and French. Contact the Geneva Tourism Office in Quai du Mont-Blanc 2, Geneva for more information.

Geneva Lux Light Festival 

Geneva Lux Light Festival 2023

Geneva Lux Light Festival 

When: 27th January – 5th February 2023
Where: All over Geneva suggested start Geneva Tourist Information Centre, Quai du Mont-Blanc 2


Tel: 022 909 70 00
All photos courtesy of Geneva Tourism and Geneva Lux Festival

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