Aerial view of Downtown Napa at night with several buildings lighted with art

Napa Lighted Art Festival

January 20 – February 18, 2024
Downtown Napa


Napa Lighted Art Festival logo 2023

The Napa Lighted Art Festival is a celebration of creative arts, technology and lights, and supports innovative techniques using light and light technologies as a growing art medium.

This walkable outdoor experience is FREE in Downtown Napa featuring 12 lighted art sculptures for 5 weeks. Projection artwork will be displayed on 3 iconic downtown buildings January 20th - January 28th.

Bring the family and experience the magic of lighted art at the 2024 Napa Lighted Art Festival!

Friday-Saturday 6-10pm | Sunday-Thursday 6-9pm

Festival Map

View the map of all art installations:

Featured Artists & Sculptures

Projection Art

January 20–28

Projection artwork will be displayed on 3 iconic downtown buildings for the first 9 nights of the festival:

Hotaru Visual Guerilla | Spain
Site: First Presbyterian Church

"A Journey through Time"
High Resolution Events | United Arab Emirates
Site: Napa County Courthouse

"Sound the Deep Waters"
Josh Miller and Angela Fraleigh | Allentown, PA
Site: Native Sons

Art installations

January 20 – February 18

Here's a sample of the some of the art installations you'll see at the festival:

"Touch the Sky"
Martin Taylor | Oakland, CA
Site: Napa River Inn

"House of Cards"
OGE Design Group | Israel
Site: Veterans Park

"Humani Luminae"
OGE Design Group | Israel
Site: Opera House Plaza

"Desert Shark"
Peter Hazel | Reno, NV
Site: Riverfront Promenade

"Entwined Napa"
Charles Gadekin | Bay Area, CA
Site: Dwight Murray Plaza

"Aquarium Car"
Stephane Masson | France
Site: Brown Street


2023 Napa Lighted Art Festival Recap

Plan Your Visit to Napa Valley

Visit Napa Valley warmly welcomes attendees and artists of the Napa Lighted Art Festival. Napa Valley is the perfect place to enjoy your stay before, during, and after the festival.

Explore Downtown Napa, or journey north to the many charms found throughout St. Helena, Calistoga and Yountville.