For 8 days this winter, Lōemis observes the longest nights of the year with a hearty mix of feasts, theatre, dance, music and a fiery waterfront procession.

The festival is in its third year, joining a 26,000 year cycle that began in neolithic times, based around the winter solstice, which falls on June 21.



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Solstice Ritual photo by Scott Halverson. Serpahina drawing by Leda Farrow.