Do I need to book or buy tickets for Light Night?
All Light Night events are free. However, please be aware that some events do have limited capacity and may require you to book a ticket in advance.
Please help keep to Light Night Leeds a free event by buying an event programme for only £2. This will give you full details of all the events on offer and is very useful thing to carry around with you on the night!
Where can we eat and drink during the evening?
Light Night Bites, an exciting food market spread across Cookridge Street and Millennium Square, will bring a whole host of amazing cuisine into the city with dishes to suit everyone. Street food will also be on offer in Kirkgate Market and Trinity Kitchen at Trinity Leeds.
There are also a variety of fantastic bars and restaurants throughout the city centre.
Visit Leeds has more information about the food and drink offer in Leeds.
Who can I ask for general assistance?
As well as venue staff, Light Night Leeds will have staff and volunteers stationed throughout the events. They will be noticeable in their white or blue Light Night fluorescent vests.
Will there be photography at the event?
Official Light Night photographers and videographers will be covering all our events for marketing and publicity purposes. By attending any Light Night event you are consenting to your image being recorded.
If children or young people are to be featured prominently in an image or recording, parents or carers will be asked to sign a consent form. Photographers and videographers will have Light Night staff ID so please feel free to approach them if you would like to request that you / your children do not appear in any event photography.
As Light Night events take place in public spaces we cannot control other people taking images of events on phones or cameras. We ask that if you are taking images at the event and posting them on social media that you are mindful of other people’s privacy, especially children and young people who are not part of your group.
Are all Light Night events accessible?
All events and activities are fully accessible unless stated in the brochure. If you have any specific accessibility queries ahead of the event please contact us on
0113 378 6989 or contact the particular venue directly.
Where will I be able to find toilets / baby change facilities?
All of our main indoor venues have toilets, accessible toilets and baby changing facilities. The public toilets on Millennium Square will also be open. Disabled toilets will be available in Millennium Square. Leeds City Council’s fully accessible, mobile Changing Places Toilet (HDU) will be on Millennium Square. On the night please ask a member of staff or volunteer if you need directions.
Are the events suitable for children?
Light Night Leeds is a family-friendly event. However, if any specific events are not suitable for a young audience, this will be specified in the event listing online and in the brochure.
Where do I go for medical help?
There will be medical staff covering all of the outdoor areas, and all venues will have designated first aid officers. If you need assistance, please let the nearest member of Light Night staff, venue staff or security know.
Will the event still go ahead in bad weather?
In the event of severe weather some events may have to be postponed or cancelled – please look out for updates on the night via our social media pages. We advise visitors to wear appropriate clothing and footwear for outdoor events and prepare for all weathers.
If I am travelling to Leeds by car where can I park?
There are various car parks and on street parking available throughout the city. For full details of Leeds City Council car parks, please visit the
City centre parking and information page.
Special Parking Offers:
- The Tetley Brewery Car Park: £1.80 all evening (5pm – midnight)
- Trinity Leeds: £3 all evening (5pm to 5am)
- University of Leeds Multi-storey: £2 for the first 2 hours, then £1 per hour thereafter
- CitiPark at the Merrion Centre: £1 per hour (for the first 3 hours) from 6pm
- CitiPark on Whitehall Road: £4 flat rate 7pm to 7am
If I am travelling from outside Leeds where can I stay overnight?
Leeds has a wide range of accommodation on offer for visitors.
Visit Leeds has lots of information on where to stay and parking facilities in and around the city centre.
If you’ve got a question that you can’t find the answer to, e-mail us at
firstname.lastname@example.org or call
0113 378 6989