HAMILTON, Ohio — People may debate when is too soon to start planning for the holiday season, but there is little doubt about the delight that the sight of twinkling lights brings on a cold winter night.
Brave Berlin will once again wow visitors to Holiday Lights at Pyramid Hill with dazzling light projections starting Nov. 22. This year’s display will be called “Borealis.”
“This innovative partnership between Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Brave Berlin will provide an inspiring and magical holiday spectacle for kids of all ages. Also, we are thrilled that Borealis at Pyramid Hill will engage local and regional artists, embrace the holiday spirit, and will create a truly unique experience,” said Pyramid Hill Director Sean FitzGibbons in a press release.
Last year, Pyramid Hill’s park board partnered with Brave Berlin, the creative team behind much of BLINK Cincinnati, for the first time to transform the Hamilton, Ohio park’s annual light show into a 13-projector, 180-degree drive-by media experience.
More than 20,000 visitors drove through the park located at 1763 Hamilton-Cleves Road in Hamilton as a result.
For its second year, Brave Berlin has also issued an open call for 50 light and media artists to submit proposals to create a new reinvention of the annual holiday show. The model evolved out of Brave Berlin’s open call for artists for BLINK, which returns to Cincinnati Oct. 10-13.
“Borealis" will be open 6-9 p.m. Monday–Thursday at $20 a car load and 6-10 p.m. Friday–Sunday at $25 a car load from Nov. 22 through Jan. 3, 2020.
For more information or to submit an artist proposal visit www.borealisatpyramidhill.com.