The first light shows took place in Lyon on 8th December 1852 for religious reasons. Here’s the real story of the most popular event in Lyon.
Our contributor Ana is taking the stage for a stand-up comedy show. Have fun!
This extraordinary example of naïve architecture is a must-see.
Paint yourself from head-to-toe!
The street art festival will take place from 3rd to 12th May 2019, with live art and workshops.
Opened in 2013, Takano’s restaurant in the sixth arrondissement combines simple French dishes with a touch of Japanese ambiance.
Welcome to space with the BlastArt collective in Lyon 7 until June 21st.
James Blake will perform for the first time at Les Nuits Sonores. He is the headliner of the 1st night.
Here is the line-up of the three stages for the first night of Les Nuits Sonores 2019 at the Fagor-Brandt old factories.
Paris-based Irish singer Liv Monaghan is coming to Lyon for the first time to tour her latest album Slow Exhale.
Our American contributor Kelsey has made friend with her friend local baker in Lyon and has conversation about pastries, language….
An insight into the displays at the 2018 Lyon Festival of Lights (8-9 December).
The art of improv is taking Lyon by storm.
Fact meets fiction in audio, video, animation, and art.
If you enjoy Lyon’s vintage fair in March, you should certainly take advantage of the Marché de la Mode Vintage in April.
Paul Bocuse, legendary French chef and undisputed symbol of Lyon gastronomy, passed away this Saturday morning at the age of 91.
The 14th edition of the Biennale of Contemporary Art in Lyon takes place from September 20th 2017 to January 7th 2018 and is curated by Emma Lavigne
Chinese filmmaker Wong Kar-Wai is awaited in October for the Lyon Film Festival. He has been set as the recipient of this year’s Prix Lumière.
The 10th edition of the Lumière festival will be held from Saturday 13th to Sunday 21st of October in Lyon.
What to do in Lyon on Sundays? Check out our article!
The MAC and Biennial of Lyon will have a new director.
Lyon was once an international center for silk manufacturing. Today, you can visit Le Musée des Tissus and observe their collection of over two million textiles.
Our contributor Debora takes us back in time, when the “Fête des Lumières” was a local event.
Before it was a radio tower, it was one of the biggest attractions in the city.
A large and mostly wooded natural park. History Following the construction of a dam on the Rhone River about 150 years ago, the area occupied by the park was used as a reservoir to supply drinking water to the city of Lyon for almost 100 years. In 2002 it officially became a […]
Located in the Confluence district in southern Lyon, La Sucrière, an integral part of local modern art scene has a beautiful rooftop terrace and electro-dance club called Le Sucre.
Olympique Lyonnais, pillar of the football scene in Lyon A plethora of championships and trophies has established the Olympique Lyonnais as one of the best football clubs in France and Europe. The men’s and women’s teams have trusted the top of their tables for decades and have both conquered trophies to turn Lyon […]
Here’s a list of 10 fun things to do friends and families can do to keep the holiday spirit alive.
Our contributor Katy participated in her first Beaujolais marathon, a race where you can dress up and drink wine. But where you still have to run.
Hi, I’m Simon, I grew up in Yorkshire, England before embarking on a life of a wandering singing troubadour across lands far and wide before laying my hat in Lyon 10 years ago to write my book “How to almost make a living as a musician”. I’ll be your friendly guide bringing you sound advice […]
Slightly smaller during the week, the food market of St Antoine is reaching full capacity on weekends. This is one of Lyon’s most popular outdoor markets.