Winterfest is set to make a return to Wembley Park later this year with its 'Reunited in Light' event.

After having its 2020 event cancelled Winterfest will aim to bring a sense of unity and joy to Londoners through a range of newly commissioned light and art installations. 

It will begin on Thursday November 25 with an official light switch-on of London’s tallest LED tree.

The open-air light trail will be open for seven days a week from 10am to 10pm, until January 4 2022.

Aside from the largest LED tree Winterfest will boast several installations including 'Reunion' which features a series of light arches which form a circular space where visitors are invited to meet.

A new permanent outdoor gallery will also open on the iconic Olympic Way with a ‘Reunited in Light’ photography exhibition, running from 25th November 2021 to 27th February 2022.

The chosen shots will be displayed across 16 light boxes and will remind visitors of the power of people pulling together and will display uplifting and vibrant scenes of togetherness, tenderness, and intimacy. 

Josh McNorton, Cultural Director at Wembley Park, says: “We are delighted to bring back Winterfest after its 2020 hiatus, due to the pandemic.

"After such a challenging time for many, we have commissioned our ‘Reunion’ and ‘Reflections of the Future’ installations to bring hope and joy to our community and visitors this winter.

"Wembley Park’s transformed Olympic Way has become a promenade of art and celebration, and we are excited for these new spectacular immersive installations to be a part of that for the festive period.

"We hope that this year’s dynamic installations, located around our wide, open spaces, will bring some cheer to all as they celebrate together, Reunited in Lights," he added.