As 11 PM June 17 2017 approaches, we prepare to farewell another successful Vivid Sydney. The festival has run continuously over 23 nights and will continue to enthral all the way up to Saturday night. At this time, the lights will go off, the installations come down and it’ll be another year before you’ll Sydney in such splendour again.
Last minute attractions
Net ready to say goodbye? There are a few more highlights to visit, including:
Vivid Light Walk
Take 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.
Game-Changer: Shepard Fairey
The artist behind the famous Obama ‘Hope’ 2008 presidential campaign poster is participating in a Vivid Ideas Game-changer Talk. The session with Shepard Fairey kicks off at 7PM at Sydney Town Hall. Tickets are limited, so book here. Also worth highlighting: Shepard has spent the week in Sydney creating his largest public art mural at 309 George St.
Laying out my exhibition here in #Sydney! #OBEYWorldwide #VividSydney #aMbushGallery #tworldjournal pic.twitter.com/k68fxA5MGA
— Shepard Fairey (@OBEYGIANT) June 15, 2017
Martin Place is a foodie hotspot where the team from Sydney restaurant Porteño is creating an Argentinian-inspired menu of NSW meats cooked over an open flame fire-pit. Here visitors can also quench their thirst with some of NSW’s best beverages, whilst devouring some of the best food treats the city has to offer, including ‘glownuts’ – glow in the dark donuts!
A full calendar of events is listed at vividsydney.com.
Finally, here’s a reminder of the highlights from this year’s Vivid Sydney festival. Thanks for the memories!
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