The public can access the Llum BCN Festival’s installations for free, without having to book in advance. However, some of the arts projects are installed in rooms or spaces with limited capacity and require some time for enjoying the experience. For this reason, visitor numbers and queues will be managed. When possible, the organisers will keep visitors informed of their approximate waiting times. 


The LLUM BCN’s installations are accessible for people with reduced mobility.  With one exception, however. 

However, please note that the SpY Monolith installation (Ptge Mediapro - Av Diagonal, 187-189) is not accessible for people with reduced mobility, although a reserved area has been provided for. Even so, the installation is visible and can be enjoyed with the required perspective.


There will be a reduction in the usual urban-lighting intensity at some of the sites where LLUM BCN artistic installations are located. Stay alert and be careful when you are walking around.

Some of the light installations may not be advisable for people with special visual or hearing sensitivity.

The organisers reserve the right to cancel or change any show owing to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances.

About the Arborialis installation by Architects of Air (Pl Josep Antoni Coderch)

Visiting times: This installation will start two hours earlier, at 4.30 pm.

You are not allowed to wear footwear inside the installation. You may leave your shoes in the space provided, under your own responsibility. Wear thick socks to protect yourself from the cold.

The maximum capacity of the installation is for 80 people. The itinerary takes a maximum of 20 minutes. You are requested to take no longer than that, to help reduce waiting times and ensure access for other people.

People under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult (a minimum of 1 adult for every 4 minors).


About the Another Moon installation by Kimchi and Chips (Parc del Centre del Poblenou - Espai Sardana)

Visiting times: 8 pm to 10.30 pm

Another Moon is an energy-self-sufficient work of art. The panels capture solar energy during the day. That energy is used at night to activate the lasers which project this second moon into the sky.

Its power and visibility depend on the weather conditions and hours of sunshine in each of the seasons of the year. The installation will be at the height of its splendour during the Llum BCN, between 8 pm and 10.30 pm.