About the Festival
An annual light exhibition program takes place in Sydney called Vivid Sydney livens the famous city escapes of Australia. This festival features lit facades of notable landmarks, expressing the creativity that promotes technology and artistic ideas with the incorporation of music performances, debates, and discussions. Curious about it?
The vivid Sydney Festival of Lights originated way back in 2009, led by Mary-Anne Kyriakou in league with fellow lighting designers who illuminated the Sydney Opera House exterior and eventually became an annual festival.
The event displays an immerse spectacular light projection bathing the city’s landmarks, which result in surely eye-popping grandiose scenery. You have to consider experiencing it, as it shows not only simple light display but also caters to local and international musician concerts and creative thinker debates that truly won’t bore your visit. These expos can be categorized into three major brackets: Vivid Light, Vivid Music, and Vivid Ideas.
This festive event happens 23 days, and all throughout those days, the extravagant occurrences will make your heartthrob in excitement. The illumination of the infamous sails of the Sydney Opera House marks the commencement of the festival. Inviting out your lover, family, and friends for a bond would be the best to enjoy luminous light exhibits and performances.