Follow a trail of art across Walthamstow and King's Cross during the all-night arts festival, Art Night.
Now in its fourth edition, Art Night presents a free one-night programme of contemporary art, performance, music and architecture, which takes place from early evening until dawn and moves to a different part of London each year.
This year’s event takes place across two core locations, the primary site being the 2019 London Borough of Culture, Waltham Forest. A series of commissions centred on Walthamstow High Street and other local points of interest highlight the area's vibrant market culture. There are further activities in King's Cross; and with only five tube stops between King's Cross and Blackhorse Road in Walthamstow, it's easy to hop between locations using the 24-hour Night Tube.
Many of the free festival’s works are site-specific and directly engage with the culture and heritage of the area. Art Night 2019 celebrates hope, love and the future.
Make sure to download the Visit London app to follow the Art Night trail.
Curated by Helen Nisbet, the festival is supported by international auction house Phillips.
Prices and Opening Times
A limited number of events and installations may require advance registration. Please check the Art Night website for more information.
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Art Night 2018 takes place on 7 July from 6pm to 6am.
You can also see a selection of installations from 11am to 6pm on 8 July.