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Tuesday, February 2, 2021

When the annual festival of lights, music and ideas arrive in Sydney, it turns into a mesmerising wonderland. The illuminated Sydney skyline has always been a mesmerising sight to watch. But imagine more lights and impressive sights! That’s Vivid Sydney in a brief for you! The event features a number of exciting installations, lighting sculptures and 3D light projections that will altogether take your breath away!

Monday, January 18, 2021

Vivid Sydney is a marvellous annual festival of lights, music and ideas held in Sydney. Usually, the event takes place over the course of three weeks between May and June. In 2020, Vivid Sydney was cancelled due to the pandemic; the city expects its grand return in August 2021. We can expect a wider audience for the upcoming Vivid Sydney, which means there will be a great demand for venues and vantage points in and around the city.

Wednesday, January 6, 2021

Sydney has a dominating art scene and an abundant artistic wealth. Vivid Sydney is an event that celebrates the city’s artistic fervour, bringing together brilliant artists from different parts of the world. The festival usually happens during June and in 2020, the event was cancelled due to the pandemic. However, this year, Sydney anticipates the festival in August and the hopes are higher than ever! And that is why we have a list of amazing Vivid Sydney Cruises for you to enjoy a picture-perfect celebration!

Tuesday, December 15, 2020

Vivid Sydney—the festival of lights is one of the most popular art events in Sydney. The event attracts thousands of artists across the world to this magnificent city. In 2020, Vivid Sydney, among many other events and festivals, were called off due to the pandemic and now the city awaits its return in August 2021. At its arrival, we look forward to seeing Sydney in full bloom and perhaps from a good venue where you can enjoy a meal with the terrific views.

Thursday, December 3, 2020

The most popular Vivid Sydney festival has been one of the most anticipated events in the city for more than a decade now. In 2020, the festival was cancelled due to the pandemic which was a huge blow to many artists in and out of Sydney.