City Sightseeing, Events, The Arts

The Lights on the Bay Bridge

The San Francisco Bay Bridge turns 75years and The City wants to throw a party.

Not just any   party, walks across the Bridge, dedications, music and an amazing art installation Light show called The Bay Lights.

Created by artist Leo Villareal costing around $7 million dollars. It consists of over 30,000 LED lights creating patterns of motion, up down side-to-side, which appear different depending on angle of view. The lights are installed on the outside of bridge and viewable from the northeast end of the city and not from drivers on the bridge itself. . The installation will last for approximately 2years

You can watch live online streaming of the Bay Lights Grand lighting starting at 8:30 PM on March 5th at  thebaylights.org

For artist rendering video go to http://vimeo.com/25870560