Among those performing are photographer Chris Look, who shines a light on a new way to add life to still pictures.
It's called "The Graffiti Light Project" and what starts out looking like a simple light show turns into works of art, with lights stringing together to make pictures and words.
Look said the lights are a great way to be artistic but without leaving a permanent mark.
The group is currently working with local bands and finding new ways to incorporate lights into every day photos.
"I've been doing a project lately called Light Painting Autographs and I've been taking portraits/autographs of bands and just pretty much anybody who wanted to do it," Look said.
Look and his crew will be on the Fayetteville Square and Dickson Street Tuesday night. For more information and to see works by the Graffiti Light Project, visit their site here.