The Bay Lights Project

World's Largest LED Light Sculpture Lights Up The Bay Bridge

The Bay Lights LED Sculpture To Extend Hours In November

The Bay Lights will glimmer from dusk until dawn starting next month.


The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is illuminated with artist Leo Villareal's Bay Lights sculpture on March 5, 2013 in San Francisco. (Stephen Lam/Getty Images)

‘The Bay Lights’ Officially Unveiled On Bay Bridge

“The Bay Lights,” an $8 million privately funded project created by artist Leo Villareal, will wow visitors near the bridge for at least the next two years. Mayor Ed Lee said an estimated 50 million people in San Francisco and the North and East Bay will eventually see the lights.


Bay Bridge Lights (credit: Funcheap)

Bay Bridge Light Display Set For Launch; Waterfront Spots Booked Solid

A light sculpture made up of 25,000 LED lights strung along the western span of the Bay Bridge will be turned on Tuesday night after months of preparation.


An image of the proposed art installation on the Bay Bridge (

Installation Of Bay Bridge Light Display To Begin Next Month

By next March, the installation will create the appearance of dancing lights on the bridge’s Eastern Span, and organizers say it will likely bring nearly $100 million a year in tourist dollars to the region.