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The return of Vivid Sydney Festival

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The most awaited event of Sydney, the celebration of innovation and creativity, "The Vivid Sydney! It is a 3-week long festival that celebrates arts, music and ideas that allure artists and art-lovers from near and far to the country. It is also deemed to be one of the most celebrated festivals in Australia. The best way to enjoy the festival is from the decks of a Sydney Vivid Cruise away from the bustling crowd.  Book now to avail Vivid cruise deals.

The festival of Vivid Sydney showcases a set of the world's most mesmerising industry forums, a spectacular free open display of lighting models and worthwhile music programs. After missing out on 2020, Vivid Sydney will return in its full glory on September 17th 2021, the festival will last for 3 weeks till the 09th of October 2021. The festival has turned into a must-visit occasion for the natives and sightseers alike. Each year the festival brings together music makers, brilliant minds and light artists to share their creativity with you. The festival showcases Sydney as the creative hub of the southern hemisphere with free family events, large-scale light installations, thought-provoking ideas talks, cutting-edge music performances, workshops and conferences. In spite of having music, talks and thoughts the main reason why individuals travel hundreds of miles is all because of the noteworthy light establishments.  From 6 pm each night splendid 3D projections and art installations transform Sydney’s edifices and open spaces along the harbour including The Rocks, Royal Botanic Garden Sydney,  Circular Quay, Darling Harbour,  Chatswood and Luna Park into a breathtaking wonderland. Consistently, the Vivid Sydney festival commences with a change of a few world-famous structures in the city. Witness the iconic Harbour Bridge and famous Opera House change into moving campaigns of Vivid hues and shades on board a Sydney Vivid Cruise. More than 100 light establishments and 3-D projections created by craftsmen from different nations are exhibited outside the CBD.

The Vivid Sydney festival has been instrumental in increasing visitation to Sydney and stimulating the economy in winter, usually a quieter period for visitation. In 2019, Vivid Sydney attracted more than 2 million visitors and proved to be a great boon to the NSW economy by earning millions of dollars as profit.

The festival of art by all means

Each part of the Vivid Sydney festival promotes individual areas of art. That includes music performances, large-scale light installations, creative discussions and projections on some of the world-famous landmarks.

The Vivid Music showcases a front-line music program that includes local favourites and global musicians. The Vivid Music performances are hosted at expansive settings and jazzy bar including the famous Sydney Opera House. Vivid Music has an enthusiastic and varied scope of notable melodic collaborations and live exhibitions. 

Vivid Light involves a massive team of lighting craftsmen, manufacturers and designers from around the world to decipher and alter the city’s urban spaces through their artistic vision. The Vivid Light Walk across the city is free for all to enjoy. The visitors would need to purchase tickets for the ideas and music events including shows inside Taronga Zoo and the Sydney Opera House.

Amid the celebrations, Vivid Ideas unites imaginative pioneers for expert advancement, business,  advertising openings, data reports on their enterprises and other market revamping announcements. The Vivid Sydney boosts out-of-the-box concepts and start-up ideas relating to advertising and visual arts, marketing, VFX and lighting.

As a part of giving the event a universal appeal, there are managed accessible viewing areas enabling visitors to enjoy the festival away from the crowds. There are also audio described tours, drop off & pick up zones and Vivid Sydney volunteers stationed at access sites

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