Winter in Wembley Park

Wembley Park
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This event ended on Tuesday 2nd of January 2024
Admission
Free
Venue Information
Wembley Park Station
Bridge Road, HA9 9AA
Nearest Tube/Rail Stations
Wembley Park 0.31 miles

Winter is coming to Wembley Park in style this year, as London’s most exciting new neighbourhood announces a plethora of free seasonal activities, events and offers from Saturday 2nd December 2023.

The headline attraction is The Luminaze – a brand new reflective, light-based, maze-like, walkthrough art installation from Emergency Exit Arts (EEA) that will wow visitors of all ages. Free to enter from 2nd December 2023 until 2nd January 2024, The Luminaze will be located off the iconic Olympic Way, atop the stunning floor mural at Samovar Space (by Brighton-based artist Lois O’Hara), with the Wembley Stadium arch as the perfect backdrop.

Visitors who reach the centre of the maze will discover a stunning, four-metre-tall sculpture, The Hourglass, with new show “We Love This Place” created by artists at EEA and light wizards, Illuminos.

Saturday 2nd December will also see Wembley Park host the first Festive Market of the season, with stallholders on Market Square and Olympic Way providing a wide range of gifts, seasonal craft, gourmet treats and much more. The festive markets will be open for the first three weekends in December.

Wembley Park will be hosting a series of live music events with choirs and festive singing performances on The Sound Shell, set against the backdrop of the world-famous Wembley Stadium. Performances will take place during the afternoons of 2nd, 3rd, 9th, 10th, 16th, and 17th December, from 12 pm to 5 pm with warm beverages available.

From Saturday 2nd December, there will also be a stunning, nine-metre-tall Christmas tree on Market Square, adorned with festive neon decorations and traditional baubles. Other light installations adding to the seasonal atmosphere will include a festive photography exhibition in Arena Square and illuminated artwork in the square’s iconic K2 red telephone boxes. Seasonal lighting will also run along the Bobby Moore Bridge underpass and the Shadow Wall by Jason Bruges will return to enable visitors to dance with their digital light shadows throughout December.

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