WHAT: Vivid Sydney 2023
WHERE: Sydney, Australia
WHEN: Lights On at 6pm Friday 26th May
Vivid Sydney is tipped as one of Australia’s best events celebrating creativity, innovation and technology, Australia’s largest festival dazzles and delights audiences for 23 days and nights across four pillars this year – Vivid Light, Vivid Music, Vivid Ideas and the brand-new Vivid Food.
A preview into some of the Vivid Sydney 2023 highlights includes:
- The Vivid Sydney Light Walk will return in 2023, with more than 49 light installations and 3D projections along the 8.5km illuminated walk
- The internationally acclaimed, multi-sensory experience of light, colour and sounds, Lightscape, will transform The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney for the first time at Vivid Sydney
- First Nations artist Maree Clarke’s Barerarerungar will be projected on the Museum of Contemporary Art
- Internationally renowned Jen Lewin’s The Last Ocean will enthral audiences following its 2022 debut at Burning Man
- Brand new festival pillar Vivid Food will activate across venues in Sydney’s CBD showcasing a variety of creativity, innovation and culinary experiences, from pop-up restaurants to haute cuisine celebrating the city’s vibrant and diverse food culture
Vivid Sydney 2023 will illuminate and energise various locations throughout the city, including Circular Quay, The Rocks, Barangaroo, Darling Harbour, The Goods Line, Central Station and Sydney icons such as the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Museum of Contemporary Art and more.
Tickets are available now: www.vividsydney.com/lightscape
100 DAYS OUT: A TASTE OF WHAT’S TO COME FOR VIVID SYDNEY 2023
Lightscape, The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney
For the very first time, the internationally acclaimed multi-sensory experience of light, colour and sound, Lightscape is coming to The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, as part of Vivid Sydney 2023. Lightscape is a timed-entry event and sells out across the world.
Barerarerungar, Maree Clarke, Museum of Contemporary Art
Maree Clarke is a Yorta Yorta, Wamba Wamba, Mutti Mutti, Boonwurrung artist and designer. Barerarerungar means ‘Country’ in Boonwurrung and will be projected onto the Museum of Contemporary Art. The impressive, stunning projection will pay tribute to practices on Country, while also creating a space for communal reflection at the heart of Vivid Sydney.
The Last Ocean, Jen Lewin, Stargazer Lawn, Barangaroo Reserve
This massive, interactive, tessellated ‘ice sheet’ is made of recycled ocean plastic that shifts colour and shape beneath your feet. The Last Ocean, which made its debut at Burning Man in 2022, will be the largest ever installation at Vivid Sydney.
BOOK NOW: www.vividsydney.com/lightscape