Battersea Light Festival 2024

January 25, 2024

Battersea Light Festival 2024

Light Festival

To celebrate Battersea Light Festival at JOIA, the team have created the ‘Aquamarina’ cocktail, a delightful fusion of flavors that captivates the senses. This sophisticated libation combines the smoothness of vodka, the citrusy zest of Cointreau, the floral notes of elderflower and the bold kick of tequila. To elevate the experience, a delicate mist of Chartreuse adds an herbal essence, creating a harmonious and visually stunning drink that embodies the refreshing allure of a light ocean breeze. Enjoy this special cocktail for £15 for a limited time only during the light festival from 25th January – 25th February 2024.

Battersea Light Festival is a free light art trail for all to enjoy where guests can explore seven light art installations from British and international artists, a number of which are making their UK or London debut. Shining bright both inside and outside the Power Station, many of the installations will offer more than just a visual experience, enhanced with soundscapes and interactive elements that respond to movement and more. From a giant diamond and illuminated butterflies, to a playable light piano and cycling light battle, there is lots to explore! The installations will be lit daily from 8am – 11pm.

Join us for dinner at JOIA pre or post exploring the lights and our delicious Aquamarina cocktail in the JOIA Bar.

We’re also celebrating the occasion with a special Blackout Dinner  on February 21st where the restaurant and bar will be lit with hundreds of candles so guests can enjoy their evening watching London’s skyline sparkle.

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On the 5th March join us at JOIA for a feast of jamon!

We are hosting our very first supplier dinner with Fisan our spectacular Iberico supplier from the eponymous town of Fisan in Spain.

Head Chef Jose Jara has created a stunning special menu for the night for just £95pp, giving you a chance to try this Spanish delicacy.