Two sensational nights left of Vivid Sydney 2017

Vivid Sydney 2017, Bigger, Bolder, Brighter

Two sensational nights left of Vivid Sydney 2017

With just two nights left to visit the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas, Vivid Sydney offers some top tips to help visitors check out the lights, the sights and the delicious food offerings.

Destination NSW CEO and Executive Producer of Vivid Sydney, Sandra Chipchase said “With good weather predicted for the next two nights, now is the time for visitors to venture out to experience Vivid Sydney before it closes on 17 June.”

“Sydney really does come to life during Vivid Sydney, with the city showcasing its community spirit as festival-goers come together to celebrate the city and the spectacle. Vivid Sydney is way too big to be experienced in just one night.”

Spend the last two nights with the lights:

Vivid Light Walk
Start Vivid Sydney with a spectacular stroll along the dazzling light walk. There are 65 spectacular illuminations and 3D building projections winding along the city waterfront and into the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney. Major projections and interactive installations include the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) and Cadmans Cottage.

Highlights include:

Portholes: Expect the unexpected when imaginary worlds are revealed as you peer through the windows carved from the living rock. (The Rocks)

MUSIC | box: You create the music when you dance on the interactive piano keys. (Cadmans Cottage)
Human Light Clock: Make time stand still. Turn your shadow into the hand that tells the time on this modern take on a shadow clock. (AMP Forecourt)

Never Ends: Hop onto a magic, illuminated horse and ride into a fairy tale. (The Rocks)
You lookin’ at me?: Five glaring eyeballs, scattered across the grass verge. (Royal Botanic Garden Sydney)

Sunflowers: A row of giant solar-powered Sunflowers greet visitors and introduce them to the power of a sustainable future. The Sunflowers are located near the Queen Elizabeth II Gates of Royal Botanic Garden Sydney. (Royal Botanic Garden Sydney)

Birds of Lumos: Depict a kiwi and her chick, who come to life glowing and pulsating different colours through their light globe bodies. (Royal Botanic Garden Sydney)

Barangaroo (South) & Darling Harbour
Put Barangaroo (South), Vivid Sydney’s newest waterfront dining destination on the to-do list. With nearby Darling Harbour just a short walk away, visitors can easily explore both precincts in one night.

Highlights include:

A Day in the Light: Let there be light! Sounds and light blend to recreate the day from dawn to dark as you move through this mysterious, immersive, multi-sensory experience.  (Barangaroo South)

Trapdoor: A spectacular, mysterious underworld opens under your feet as fantastical floor murals and sensational scene swaps tell the stories of the area’s past. (Barangaroo South)

You-niverse: Don wireless silent disco headphones and go on a voyage through vibrant visuals and spectacular soundscapes, encountering global explorers, yoga festivals and Australian bush parties. (Barangaroo South)

Magicians of the Mist: A spectacular, fantastical, theatrical maritime-themed display of lights, 50-metre high fountains, fireballs, fireworks and lasers. Huge projections shine on walls of water 60 metres wide and 40 metres high. (Darling Harbour)

The Gift of Sight: Armed with a special UV flashlight, you’ll journey into the darkness to discover incredible artworks created with invisible UV ink in this spellbinding, must-see experience celebrating the 25th anniversary of The Fred Hollows Foundation. (Darling Harbour)

Source = Vivid Sydney
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