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LUMA Southern Light Project

LUMA Southern Light Project is back to switch on winter for 2024 with the popular event being held over Kings Birthday weekend from the 30th May – 3rd June. The Queenstown festival is in its ninth year and will feature a vast range of expert soundscapes, live music, illuminated art and sculptures ;us interactive performances in the Queenstown Gardens.

Luma chairman Duncan Forsyth says LUMA will offer something different each night of the event creating memorable moments at every turn.

” LUMA is one of the only places in New Zealand where you can experience artistry and technology meeting nature. We are very exited to be able to bring LUMA to Queenstown again after a successful 2023 event. We have our talented creative partners back and they have the freedom to create weird and wonderful sensory experiences that will ensure event goers are swept up in an unforgettable experience.”

Creatives who will feature at LUMA this year include Mike Hodgson from Kiwi electronic duo Pitch Black, Angus Muir from AMD, aerialist Emma Vickers of Fantail Creative and SILO.

The five day event as previously attracted over 60 000 visitors of all ages and this year will host an exciting array of emerging artists, entertainers and performers including renowned light artist Angus Muir of award winning Angus Muir Design (AMD).

“LUMA is the perfect environment to get creative and work with simultaneously with nature and technology to create immersive and thought provoking experiences that bring joy,” says Angus. “It is always a pleasure to be part of LUMA and watch the Queenstown Gardens come to life with light, music and art.”

Tickets to LUMA are available online here