Happening from now until June 15, the largest event of light, music, and ideas in the Southern Hemisphere features light art across nine precincts in Sydney.
From now until June 15, Vivid Sydney looks set to dazzle visitors with its photo-worthy light shows and thought-provoking art programs.
Back for its 11th year in the capital of New South Wales, the annual “light, music, and ideas festival” will transform Sydney’s skyline into a colorful spectrum from 6 p.m. onwards daily, with performances designed by light artists, music makers, and other creatives.
The nightly show Lights On! will illuminate landmarks including the Sydney Opera House, along with a light trail that routes around the Royal Botanic Garden, Luna Park, and The Rocks.
Spanning nine precincts in the Australian city, the massive outdoor gallery of light art warrants multiple visits to take it all in. Highlights include “A Kaleidoscopic Tale”, an illumination of more than 3,000 LED lights on Luna Park’s Ferris wheel; as well as “Torus”, a wavy reflection of light and sound expressions inspired by the mathematical equation known as the Fibonacci sequence—it also interacts with people’s vibrations and emotions.
Other must-sees include music performances by local and international artists, screenings at Sydney Film Festival 2019, and comedy shows.
More information here.