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Cheriton Light Festival 2020
Cheriton / February 2020
The 2020 Cheriton Light Festival took place on 22nd and 23rd February and attracted a huge audience over the weekend. Cheriton High Street was closed to traffic and people were free to roam and enjoyed a wonderful installation of light based artworks and interactive displays.
This years line up of artists includes Nayan Kulkarni, Ross Ashton and Karen Monid, Greg Stobbs, Richie Moment, Sam Capell, Zarah Hussain, Impossible, Fabric Lenny, Digital Funfair, Strange Cargo, Fat Lady Opera, Beacons, Bigfoot Productions, Thurle Wright, William Hibbert, Foundry Makers Market, Nicola Crowley, DD3, Michalis Theodosiou, Andrew Pantling, TJ Thorne, Brad Purnell, Stan Orwin-Fraser, Xu Qin, Jigantics, Stephen Foy-Philip, UKC MA Architecture, Yihe Pan, Illumaphonium, Steel Skin Soul The Edge and Universal Fireworks. Thanks to Matt Rowe for the photographs and video by Owen Fisher.