All the Photos from the BLINK Cincinnati Future City Light Spectacular Parade

BLINK returns this weekend and kicked off the four-day light and arts festival with the Future City Light Spectacular parade last night…

By CityBeat Staff

All the Photos from the BLINK Cincinnati Future City Light Spectacular Parade
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Inside Architects of Air's Alienesque Luminarium 'Dodecalis'

In 2017, Washington Park played host to Architects of Air's “Katena,” an inflated, palace-like “luminarium” that glowed in vivid color. As BLINK’s…

By CityBeat Staff

“When you look at what we’ve pulled off here, and will pull off again, it would be a no-brainer for any artist or creative to want to launch something big and bold at BLINK,” says Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber President Jill Meyer, citing the creativity, care and innovation of the people who call the region home.
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Sneak Peek at BLINK Cincinnati's Highly-Anticipated Installations

When BLINK debuted nearly two years ago, Over-the-Rhine and Downtown  Cincinnati were transformed. The city effused vibrant light and color, twisting through…

By CityBeat Staff

BLINK's 2019 iteration will see the experience expand across the river into Covington via the Roebling Bridge. Blink producers have said that the "the singing bridge" will, well, sing, and its most predominant features — the anchorage, gateway towers, arches, spires — will be lit accordingly.
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Get Your Glow On at These Drive-Through (and Walk-Through) Cincinnati Holiday Light Displays

Just because it’s a little cold outside, doesn’t mean there’s nothing to do but Netflix and chill. Cincinnati has numerous winter events…

By CityBeat Staff

Christmas Nights of Lights at Coney Island
    What’s cuter than dazzling lights depicting gleeful snowmen, colorful trees, grooving candy canes and snowflakes? Not much. Bonus: You can see it all in the warmth of your own car. Listen to tunes via the radio — Coney Island has their own station that’s synchronized to the light dis-play — and shamelessly jam to as much holiday spirit as you please. Even if you’re still getting over the prior night’s Thanksgiving feast. Seriously, no judgement here. The display show winds through two and a half miles of the park so there’s plenty to take in before you head home to dream of dancing sugar plums. Through Jan. 6. $6 per person. Coney Island Amusement Park, 6201 Kellogg Ave., California, coneyislandpark.com.
    Photo: Provided
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A Look Back at BLINK Cincinnati's Inaugural Light and Art Festival

In fall of 2017, Cincinnati was transformed into a "future city" filled with light displays and art events from The Banks to…

By CityBeat Staff

A Look Back at BLINK Cincinnati's Inaugural Light and Art Festival
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