Mid City’s largest art festival White Light Night is back
BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - Mid City’s largest art festival called White Light Night is returning to Baton Rouge.
It’s happening Friday, Nov. 19. from 6 to 10 p.m.
The Mid City Merchants Association said the event will feature Louisiana’s best artists, makers and more. It’s free to the public and a great way to kick off your holiday shopping.
The businesses participating this year are Cajun Electric & Lighting, Electric Depot, The Pink Elephant Antiques, Time Warp Boutique, Cannatella Grocery, Woodenhaven Furniture Co, Frameworks Gallery, Abat Jour Interiors, Cypress Coast Brewing, PEDEGOGO Bikes, & Jed’s Local Poboys and more.
CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT THE MAP OF A LIST OF ALL THE PARTICIPATING SHOPS AND BUSINESSES ALONG THE ROUTE.
In years past, the sponsors provided a shuttle service to help people along the length of the event. Due to the difficulty of providing social distancing and sanitizing during COVID-19, the shuttle service will not be offered this year. The use of rideshare apps such as Uber and Lyft and riding bikes on Mid City’s newest bike lanes are encouraged.
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