Hfour will be illuminating Queen Elizabeth Park with vibrant projections and a new walkthrough experience. As in previous years, the illumination will be set up for unobstructed views ideal for photography! Heather Laura Gray and Lamondance will be returning with their spring interpretive dances.

To those attending please be mindful and respectful of the park and leave the environment as beautiful as when you arrived, disposing of your garbage responsibly. 

Check out springlights.ca for more info!

Food Trucks:
Reel Mac and Cheese
The Kaboom Box

TravelSmart:
The closest Skytrain Station is King Edward, about 5 blocks away.
Bus 15 stops on Cambie just outside the park.
Bus 33 stops on Midlothian just on the other side of the park.

Parking:
The Festival will be closing off the parking lot closest to the venue for event vendors. Please be considerate of the park’s neighbours and don’t block their parking spaces. There are two paid parking lots:

  1. At the top of the park, near the conservatory, access off Midlothian Ave.
  2. Near the tennis courts, access off W 37th Ave.

More Activities In the Neighbourhood

Sakura Days Japan Fair is ongoing at VanDusen Botanical Garden until 7pm and Spring Lights Illumination is scheduled at QE Park after dusk so stay in the neighbourhood for more fun activities!

The Inspiration for Spring Lights
Spring Lights is an inter-arts collaboration and presentation of local artists using the transcendent experience of a cherry blossom backdrop to communicate themes of time, ephemerality, and beauty.

Spring Lights 2017 from Hfour on Vimeo.

Hfour is an experiential studio. From interactive artworks to gigantic festival activations and everywhere in between, Hfour creates memorable experiences with forward-thinking partners.

Past Videos:
2014: Sakura Illumination 2014 by PVG Production
2013: Sakura Illumination Tour 2013 Recap from Hfour on Vimeo.

Programs subject to change.