Winterfest Art Installations

Explore Winterfest art installations

For our first-ever edition of Winterfest, Wembley Park is transformed into an immersive technicolour playground, as 11 light and sound installations brighten up the neighbourhood this Christmas. These unique artworks form a dazzling festive backdrop to everything the area has to offer, from world-class shopping to dining, theatre and fabulous live entertainment.

  • Sonic Runway
Sonic Runway Winterfest Wembley Park


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Music ripples its way down a 130m corridor of concentric rings to trigger kaleidoscopic patterns of light in this acclaimed multi-sensory installation, which arrives in a Wembley Park winter straight from the Burning Man Festival, in the heat of the Nevada Desert. Designed by Californian artists Rob Jensen and Warren Trezevant.

  • Illumaphonium: Halo
Illumaphonium: Halo Winterfest Art Installations Wembley Park


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Come together for the shared experience of spontaneous music-making in this interactive multimedia artwork. Brainchild of musician and inventor Michael Davis,  the Halos are twelve 3m-tall digitally-linked columns which use sensors and algorithms to make you the creator of your own soundscape and light display.

  • The Hopeful Tree
The Hopeful Tree Winterfest Art Installations Wembley Park


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Created by architectural designer Elyne Legarnisson, London’s tallest-ever LED Christmas tree towers over Wembley Park during Winterfest. Whether you’re wandering through it or admiring from afar, the vast conical structure, lit by more than 100,000 low-energy lightbulbs, forms a dazzling centrepiece to this year’s festival.

  • StarBox
StarBox Winterfest Art Installations Wembley Park
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Back again for its second year, StarBox is hugely popular among visitors in search of the perfect Instagram moment. Frame yourself in the star-shaped cut-outs of this dazzling gold & sequins gift box and get snapping!

  • Murmuration of Hopes
Murmurations of Hope StarBox Winterfest Art Installations Wembley Park


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Conceived by artist Elyne Legarnisson, this site-specific installation features illuminated trees and LED banners suspended across Olympic Way, on which digital ‘flocks’ of light imitate the intricate patterns, or murmurations, created by small birds in flight.

  • Love Spot
LoveSpot Winterfest Wembley Park
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Pucker up for a smooch with your loved one – or just loiter in hope – under this pulsating oversized heart, freshly bedecked with mistletoe to ignite new passions for the festive season.

  • Saturation Surge
Saturation Surge Winterfest Installations Wembley Park


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Bold geometric shapes and patterns highlight the distinctive perspective of Wembley Park’s iconic Spanish Steps, as acclaimed Irish street artist Maser brings a much-needed dash of Pop Art colour to brighten up the dull winter days.

  • Shadow Wall
Jason Bruges Winterfest Installations Wembley Park


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The shadows and silhouettes of passers-by create a monochromatic media artwork on a light-sensitive canvas in the Royal Route underpass, referencing the ebb and flow of crowds entering and departing Wembley Park.

  • Royal Wave
Royal Wave by Jason Bruges - Royal Route Wembley Park - Credit Mickey Lee


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Artist Jason Bruges brings the balustrades of the Royal Route to life in a digital Mexican wave created from portraits of local community members. This constantly shifting artwork is inspired by the pioneering motion-picture techniques of 19th century photographer Eadweard Muybridge.

  • Crossover
Crossover Winterfest Installations Wembley Park


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This permanent artwork by miriamandtom takes its palette from the surrounding area, and envelopes Bobby Moore Bridge in angular bands of colour, reflecting the diversity of the community that lives in, and passes through, Wembley Park on a daily basis.

Whilst You’re Here

Explore everything Wembley Park has to offer this winter.



Plan Your Visit

Only 12 minutes from Central London, Wembley Park is extremely well connected with Underground, National Rail, Bus, and Overground connections. Ample parking is also available in both the Yellow and Red Parking.

Travel By Car

Wembley Park has over 3,000 secure car parking spaces. Wembley Park’s official marshalled car parks are all close to Wembley Park’s iconic venues. To find out more about parking, click here. 

Travel By Train

Wembley Park is easy to reach from central London with three tube lines and an overland line. The Jubilee Line offers access to Bond Street in 19 minutes from Wembley Park Station. The Metropolitan Line has fewer stops to reach Wembley Park Station, and many people swap onto it at Baker Street or Finchley Road. The journey time from Baker Street to Wembley Park Station is 12 minutes. The Bakerloo Underground Line is accessed from Wembley Central Station, offering access to Paddington, Charing Cross and Waterloo. The London Overground Line also runs from Wembley Central Station and gets you to Clapham Junction in 22 minutes.


Is this free?

Yes, it is free to view and interact with the light and sound installations.

Is there an age restriction?

Winterfest is a family-friendly event and there is no age restriction on attendees.

Are there bathrooms?

Yes, there will be public restrooms for the evening with signage marking them out on the night. You may also find public restrooms within the Brent Civic Centre and inside the London Designer Outlet.

How do I get to Wembley Park?

You can get to Wembley Park by the tube or the bus. Only 12 minutes from Baker Street, the closest tube station is Wembley Park and Wembley Central is also a short stroll away from Arena Square.

Will there be parking?

Yes, there is plenty of parking in Wembley Park. Click here to find out about our car parks and fees.

Is the event accessible?

Yes, Wembley Park is fully accessible.


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Wembley Park Winterfest 2019 Art Installations Map
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