Saint-Maurice: Lumina – Les voix de la lumière

LUMINA 2021, from 10 to 11 December 2021

New worlds: it is under this inspiring theme that light will once again take centre stage in Saint-Maurice, from 10 to 11 December, with the new edition of the Lumina festival, in a 2-day format, adapted to the health circumstances of the moment.

In the heart of the city, the new edition of the Lumina festival will focus on natural light, but not only that… New performance spaces will be offered, with new and original formats.

The fire artists will return to the city on three stages, in a new form, and a spectacular artistic installation in the Grand-Rue, an enchanting and symbolic 30-metre long light tunnel, unique in Switzerland, in the form of a message of hope, like a link between our world and those to come.

The musicians will perform in concert in the illuminated Basilica and on the Val-de-Marne square. A soft silent party will be organised on the archaeological site of the Abbey and the Skate Park will also offer events this year, for the first time.

More than 40 artistic interventions, shows and concerts will be available to be seen and heard over 2 days, in compliance with health regulations, and with all the necessary space, the organisers assure.

New worlds to discover, according to the theme of the 2021 edition, in which the artists are already projecting themselves!

See you in Saint-Maurice, to go and meet them, in the second week of December.

Consult the complete program and the places of events here :

Important: COVID certificate and mask required for indoor concerts and activities. Fire shows take place in fenced outdoor areas to which only COVID certificate holders will have access. The performances “Lumiride” in the Skatepark and “HipHop Baroque” in the Tuilerie garden have been postponed to a later date.
Walking through the Grand-Rue among its light installations is free, but wearing a mask is highly recommended.
The outdoor “Bar” area of the Place du Parvis will only be accessible to holders of a Health Pass.

General information:

5pm: Opening of the festival
5pm: Start of the guided tours of the heritage site
6pm: Opening of the experiments
6pm: Opening of the Parvis square
6pm: Start of the performances
10pm: Closing of the festival

Prices and ticketing:
Free admission to the open-air venues

Concerts in the illuminated Basilica:
CHF 20: Adult admission
Free for children under 16 years old

Tickets for the concert in the Basilica of the Abbey on Saturday 11 December at 8 pm:
Book your tickets for the concert of the violinists Sarah Nemtanu & Pierre Fouchenneret here:

Contact and information:

Photo credit: ©Lumina Saint-Maurice

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