Downtown SF is once again pulling out all the stops with Let’s Glow SF, the largest holiday projection mapping display in the United States. The displays are now officially up in the Financial District and are easily viewed via a self-guided walking tour through Sunday, December 11.
Each building’s façade will be brilliantly illuminated with a dynamic light show designed specifically for that location. The Financial District is totally transformed with fifteen 30,000-lumen projectors and two 50,000-lumen laser projectors,
See holiday-themed stories played out in stunning detail, transforming the buildings into dynamic canvases that seem to defy the laws of physics. Each show tells a unique seasonal story and will cycle through every 5 minutes, so you can walk through the displays and catch each one in their entirety.
Let’s Glow SF comes courtesy of Downtown SF and A3 Visual Solutions, who will display the work of fourteen local and international artists at these 4 buildings in the Financial District:
- One Bush Plaza at 1 Bush Street
- Pacific Stock Exchange at 301 Pine Street
- Station J at 222 Leidesdorff Street
- Hobart Building at 582 Market Street
- Mechanics Monument Plaza at Market & Bush Streets
Last year’s event was a total hit, bringing out over 40,000 people to see the show. “In its inaugural year, Let’s Glow SF brought an estimated $2.2 million in revenue to surrounding restaurants, shops, and businesses, creating a positive economic impact that is needed to boost our downtown recovery,” said Robbie Silver, Executive Director of Downtown SF Partnership.
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