Lys over Lolland 2021 takes place from the 20th until the 29th of August in Saxkjøbing Sugar Factory on the island Lolland.

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Lys over Lolland
Sukkerfabrikken 26, DK-4990 Sakskøbing

Entrance to the art exhibition costs 60 DKK – can be bought at the entrance.
Children up to 15 years free entrance.
The exhibitions are open every day from 10.00 until 20.00. On the opening day 18.00-20.00.

The art catalogue of this year can only be bought at the exhibition and will therefore first be available on the opening day. But you can already now find a list with the artists of this year on this homepage under Exhibiting artists 2021.

You can read about our different events on this homepage under “Program 2021”, where the program soon will be available in a printer friendly pdf-format. If you want a physical program, you can find it in the tourist offices on Lolland-Falster as well as in many of the local shops on Lolland and Falster from the end of week 29.

All the tickets are sold online via the ticket system Place2Book, where the different events are listed, either as a list with events or in a calendar. You can find a link to the tickets under the different events on our page Program 2021.
NB: The sale of tickets online for our events is closed down 1 hour before the start of the event. Remaining tickets can be bought at the entrance.

In the factory in our Café LYSFALD you can enjoy delicious lunch dishes, dinner menus based on local products and coffee, cake and beverages.

If you have problems when buying your tickets you can turn to our ticket responsible employee Tanya von Rosen on phone number 0045-2 44 94 55.
For all other questions you can turn to our information employee Alice Jørgensen on phone number 0045-21 62 02 42.

translated by Mette Lybæk Henriksen