Organisers of Lumiere in Durham will unveil the programme for this year's festival at a launch later. The festival, described as a "celebration of light" is held over four days and places art displays and installations around the city.
The last time it was held, in November 2011, it was seen by 150,000 people and brought in £4.3m to the local economy.
This year's festival will be held from 14th - 17th November.
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