Lighting


New Special Occasion Lighting System for Downtown Evansville

The DOWNTOWN EVANSVILLE - Economic Improvement District (EID) announces the installation of a new lighting system to enhance a key shopping and dining corridor in Downtown Evansville.

“We’re excited to share this new system with our businesses, residents and the whole community,” said Josh Armstrong, EID President. “Lighting is an important component in creating a distinct destination for evening activities. We’re looking forward to programming the system to encourage business and visitors to the heart of our downtown.”  

Lighting Details
The lighting system consists of over 200 anchored programmable LED spotlights aimed into over 100 trees planted on Main Street from Second Street to Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. The lights are programmed via an app to allow for unlimited colors and patterns to celebrate holidays, sporting events, or welcome conventions. When not programmed with color, the system will provide additional lighting to spotlight the trees and add additional light to the area. 


Lighting Funders
Evansville Convention and Visitors Bureau
DOWNTOWN EVANSVILLE - Economic Improvement District


Block WiFi Sponsors
200 Block - Evansville Eyecare Associates
300 Block - Encounter Church
400 Block - Arazu on Main
500 Block - Blackard & Brinkmeyer Attorneys
600 Block - Signature School


Lighting Requests
The lighting is not available for hire, nor can it be used for political events. If you have a large event in a downtown venue please contact Josh@DowntownEvansville.com and we’ll work through your request.


Lighting Photos

5th & Main cropped - Copy  

5th & Main - red cropped