White Night in Madrid, is a cultural initiative that begun in Berlin in 1997, and then continued in Paris in 2002. After this, it continued in other European cities.
During one night a year, usually in the month of September, many of the attractions of the city remain open to the public, until dawn the next morning.
The aim is to create a cultural exchange between citizens of the different cities that celebrate it.
The White Night, usually has in common, that it’s free, lots of art expression, and sustainability.
Museums, stadiums, iconic buildings and especially the streets, are full of colour, music and art expression, all night.