Vivid Sydney to illuminate Darling Harbour

Published 19th April, 2013 in Tourism

The NSW Government has announced that Vivid Sydney 2013 will extend to the Darling Harbour precinct for the first time.

For the first time in Vivid Sydney’s five-year history, Vivid Light will extend to Darling Harbour and transform the precinct into a spectacle of dancing water fountains, water screen projection performances and dazzling light and water shows.

The Australian-first spectacular will be masterminded by France’s legendary Aquatique Show International, which has developed and installed choreographed water and light shows for audiences in over 52 countries.

Darling Harbour will also feature a Citibank Pop-up Bar, open from 6 pm to midnight during Vivid Sydney.

The Australian National Maritime Museum will light up with a rooftop projection inspired by the colour, patterns, flavours and sounds of India to complement the museum’s exhibition, East of India.

Vivid Sydney is an 18 day festival of light, music and ideas. It is the biggest festival of its kind in the southern hemisphere and will take place in Sydney from 24 May to 10 June.

The full program for Vivid Sydney 2013 can be found at www.vividsydney.com

To plan your trip, visit Transport Info 131500; or call 131500. For road closure information, visit Live Traffic NSW or call 132 701.

Image courtesy of Vivid Sydney

Published 19th April, 2013 in Tourism