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How to Get Here?

Take the Uptown or Downtown 4, 5, or 6 train to 125th St and transfer to the M35, which goes right to Randall’s Island.

Shuttle tickets are purchasable through our website as a ticket add-on during checkout.

PLEASE NOTE THE SHUTTLE SERVICES HAVE BEEN UPDATED:

> UPDATED Manhattan departures:

- Manhattan Departure:

Buses will depart from E 125th and 3rd Ave off the 4,5,6 line - look for the Burger King every festival day we are open. Buses will run every 30 minutes beginning 3:45pm. Shuttles will also run from LuminoCity Festival to E 125 and 3rd Ave every 30 minutes beginning 5:45pm. Return trips from the festival to Manhattan will run every 30 minutes between on site pick up location ( indicated on Festival Map.) and E 125 & 3rd Ave.


> UPDATED Brooklyn & Queens Shuttle Service:

- Brooklyn:

Due to city changes, our Brooklyn shuttles are no longer be available! Those that have already purchased tickets please contact info@luminocityus.com.

- Queens:

Due to city changes, our Brooklyn shuttles are no longer be available! Those that have already purchased tickets please contact info@luminocityus.com.


Please Note:

Tickets are not round trip, one ticket is needed to go and one to return. 5. Passengers must be punctual as there are no refunds offered for missing the bus. By purchasing the tickets, you agree that you are responsible for your personal belongings during the ride. 



The physical location for the festival is 10 Central Road, New York, NY 10035. The path to the festival entrance is located between the Golf Center and Ichan Stadium.

There are signs for Uber and Lyft located at the Ichan Stadium near the festival entrance.

Parking is limited-paid parking operated by an outside New York City concessionaire. Parking cost $20/car. We cannot secure or guarantee parking beforehand.

> From The Bronx By Car:

Take Major Deegan or Bruckner Expressway to the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge. Once on the RFK Bridge continue towards Queens until the exit for Randall’s Island. Follow Bronx Shore Rd to Central Rd until destination.

> From Manhattan by Car:

Take the FDR and keep going in the left lane until exit 17 for Toll Bridge toward I-278/Bruckner Expy/Grand Central Pkwy. Continue on Robert F. Kennedy Bridge until the exit towards I-87 N and follow signs for Randall’s Island and follow Follow Bronx Shore Rd to Central Rd until destination.

> From Queens by Car:

Take Grand Central Parkway and continue on I-278 E. Take Exit 46 toward Manhattan/Randalls Is. Keep right, follow signs for Randalls-Wards Islands and merge onto Bronx Shore Rd. Turn on to Central Rd until the destination.

> From Brooklyn by Car:

Get on the FDR Dr to Central Rd in Manhattan. Take the exit toward I-87 N from Robert F. Kennedy Bridge and continue on to Randall’s Island. Follow directions to Central Rd.

Walk/Bike
Randall’s Island Park offers miles of pedestrian and bicycle pathways, mostly along its scenic waterfront, accessible from points in Manhattan, the Bronx and Queens.


From Manhattan:
103rd Street Footbridge: The 103rd Street Footbridge in Manhattan is open to pedestrians and cyclists 365 days per year, 24 hours per day, and connects the East River Esplanade/FDR Drive at 103rd Street with the southern end of Randall’s Island Park.

RFK Triborough Bridge: A walkway along the RFK Triborough Bridge runs between 125th Street and 2nd Avenue and the northwestern section of Randall’s Island Park.
Note: the ramp on this walkway exceeds ADA code.

From the Bronx:
The Randall’s Island Connector: The Randall’s Island Connector provides at-grade access to pedestrians and cyclists 365 days per year, 24 hours a day, and runs under the arches of the Hell Gate Bridge railroad trestle between 132nd Street at Willow/Walnut Avenues in the Bronx and the northern shore of Randall’s Island Park.

RFK Triborough Bridge
Walkways on both the eastern and western sides of the RFK Triborough Bridge run between 133rd Street at Cypress Avenue/Bruckner Boulevard and the Bronx Shore Fields area at Randall’s Island Park.
Note: these walkways exceed ADA code.

From Queens:
RFK Triborough Bridge: A walkway runs along the RFK Triborough Bridge between Hoyt Avenue and 28th Street, adjacent to the Astoria Boulevard N/W subway station, and the midpoint of Randall’s Island Park, adjacent to the Central Fields. Note: due to stairs this pathway is not ADA accessible.

For more information visit: https://randallsisland.org/visit/general-information/#1455133373424-814f3295-9d99

Map

Festival Map

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FAQ

  • When can I enter the festival?
    You can enter the festival on the listed date and time on your ticket! Our admissions gates closes at 10pm.

  • Is there parking on Randall’s Island?
    LuminoCity does not provide parking. There are limited paid parking ($20/car) on the island. Please see Randall’s Island’s website for more information. Please see our Getting There page for alternate transportation. **LuminoCity Festival is ADA accessible**

  • Is there parking on Randall’s Island?
    LuminoCity does not provide parking. There are limited paid parking ($20/car) on the island. Please see Randall’s Island’s website for more information. Please see our Getting There page for alternate transportation. **LuminoCity Festival is ADA accessible**

  • Where can I get the shuttle?
    Shuttle Service information can be found on our page: Getting There

  • What happens if the weather is bad?
    LuminoCity is a rain or shine event! Our sculptures are built to withstand and shine through the rain. If extreme weather conditions occur, we will be informing all ticket holders through our mailing list (please sign up!), website, and social media of the proper steps. Be sure to check! 

  • What happens if the weather is bad?
    LuminoCity is a rain or shine event! Our sculptures are built to withstand and shine through the rain. If extreme weather conditions occur, we will be informing all ticket holders through our mailing list (please sign up!), website, and social media of the proper steps. Be sure to check! 

  • What happens if the weather is bad?
    LuminoCity is a rain or shine event! Our sculptures are built to withstand and shine through the rain. If extreme weather conditions occur, we will be informing all ticket holders through our mailing list (please sign up!), website, and social media of the proper steps. Be sure to check! 

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