Light up the night at Spruce Street Harbor Park with Univest Presents Bright Lights, Our City, a brand new light installation programmed on the iconic hanging lights at the Park.
Created by FKB Studio, this super fun experience allows visitors to create their own light display by placing their hands on the Univest logos on a specially-designed, branded kiosk. For the safety of our guests, a hand sanitizing station will be close by for visitors to use afterward.
As individuals interact with the kiosk, light patterns and color palettes will change, creating a living tapestry throughout the Park. Sounds amazing, right?
The installation, supported by a generous grant from The McLean Contributionship, will happen nightly and visitors will be able to enjoy it throughout the summer and fall.
Plus, stroll the Park while savoring sips and bits from our wonderful vendors Garces, Chickie’s and Pete’s, French Toast Bites, Frozen Delights Funnel Cake and Cotton Candy. #MyPhillyWaterfront
FKB, a Philadelphia studio formed through the merger of FK PRoductions and B Fabrication, specializes in architectural design-build, large-scale art fabrication and installation, and experience design. Our dynamic team spans multiple disciplines including: engineering, digital fabrication, 3D printing, fine art, sculpture, metalworking, woodworking, finishing and painting, graphic design, kinetic art, civic-placemaking, and more. By bringing together diverse crafts and backgrounds under one roof, we foster the specialized intersections where creation can flourish and consistently provide enhanced value to our clients. We believe that even the most temporary of works have the potential to transform people’s lives, and we are proud of our creative partnerships with local organizations like Philadelphia Parks and Recreation and other national and international companies and organizations.
Visitors will be required to wear masks unless they are eating or drinking.
All forms of payment will be accepted at on-site vendors.
Food and beverage lines will be limited to 10 persons at a time.
Sanitizing stations will be available throughout the park.
There will be no hammocks.
Special signage and ground graphics will be posted to help visitors practice physical distancing.
Bathrooms are open to the public and sanitized hourly.