The lights will be turned on at dusk, and turned off on weekdays at 11 pm and on weekends at 5 am between October 28th 2022 and January 8th 2023.

  • Hämeenkatu will be decorated with a colourful light curtain.
  • Aleksis Kiven katu will be decorated with lamp-post illuminations and fairy lights. You can also admire the fairy lights in Hämeenpuisto.
  • Konsulinsaari island by Satakunnankatu bridge houses a herd of magical horses.
  • The northern end of Kuninkaankatu is illuminated by a light curtain and from the northern end all the way to the stable yards is decorated with globes of light. Globes of lights will also illuminate Yliopistonkatu, Milavida and Laikunlava.
  • Tammelantori market place is illuminated with light figures.
  • At Hiedanranta, the dock, Hiedanranta Paja and Hiedanranta Manor are decorated with colourful light spheres and projections. Hiedanranta also features the winning entry of the Energy Competition.
  • Dancing Waters will be on display in Koskipuisto at the opening of the Tampere Festival of Light on 28 October and on nine evenings after the opening during 28 October – 6 November.
  • The facades of the Central Square will be decorated with Christmas projections during 6 December – 6 January.
Moomin characters projected on a bulding's wall.

Fall in love with Moomin illustrations in Light Gallery

This year, Valogalleria – Light Gallery presents original Moomin illustrations by Tove Jansson in the exhibition Muumit ja talven taika from October 28, 2022 to March 12, 2023. The exhibition is based on the 1957 Moomin novel Magic Winter.

Light Gallery