New flavors are in full swing with the Attable Festival, the new Commune, and a wine fair. Check out work from famous artists like Andy Warhol and discover some new ones at the Golden Holden creators’ market.
If you’re already feeling the spring fever, power up with a hiking fair and the annual Tower Run.
Who said March feels like the longest month of the year? With all this going on, we’re glad it does!
The Lyon MAC unveil the works of two artists and their own acquisitions.
Twenty Lyonnaise women will gather to promote their businesses and sell illustrations, tattoos, food, clothes, and more.
Competitors will race up the stairs of the tallest building in Lyon.
A food festival called Attable will take over Lyon’s seventh arrondissement on March 14-18.
A group of 138 independent vintners from across France with gather to sell their wines and educate the public about the industry.
Lyon will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with pints and rugby at Irish bars across the city.
A locally-sourced food hall, La Commune gives 15 new chefs the chance to create without the pressure of opening their own restaurant.
The museum will reveal a private collection of Warhol’s commercial works never before shown in Europe.
The exposition falls on the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s death, and reminds visitors of Lyon’s personal history with King.