30,000 free tickets to Sydney New Year’s Eve live entertainment festival and drone show


30,000 free tickets are being made available to Sydney’s ELEVATE Festival, which will provide an impressive week of live New Years entertainment overlooking Sydney Harbor and Circular Quay.

As part of the NSW Government’s efforts to boost the CBD recovery, ELEVATE Sydney will offer Sydney residents and visitors the opportunity to experience entertainment spanning the genres of pop, disco, musical, youth, family. , sport and First Nations.

The festival features an exceptional lineup of over 180 artists, including Dance Monkey Tones And I star Tim Minchin, Baker Boy, Electric Fields, Marcia Hines and The Wiggles.

It will transform the harbor highway, day and night, for people of all ages. The event will also feature the largest drone show in the southern hemisphere.

In an Australian first, the Skyshow will feature 500 choreographed drones above Sydney Cove like a natural amphitheater, creating a dazzling light show. A boomerang, waratah and series of animations will tell a powerful story of Sydney’s past, present and hopes for 2022. Specialists from Finland, Germany and the United States have traveled to Australia to train operators premises to drone technology.

The Cahill Expressway will be closed to traffic and pedestrians during ELEVATE Sydney, with public transport and alternative routes available to visitors and residents.

NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet said that ELEVATE Sydney will help rekindle the spirit of the city, reminding the world why tourists travel from all over the world to experience our way of life.

Minister Perrottet indicated that “the day after the fireworks display, this event will begin the New Year with a celebration of what makes our city great.

“Nowhere else could you host this kind of event, nowhere our port, our setting or our weather – it’s part of our continued vision to turn our city from good to great.

“It has been a difficult time for hospitality and tourism, we are committed to doing all we can to get these industries back on their feet and ensure that our people have the chance to enjoy the city again. “

NSW Tourism Minister Stuart adds’ getting more visitors to Sydney and the NSW region, providing them with high quality experiences and offering an array of events will propel us towards our goal of being the first business and event capital of Asia-Pacific visitors by 2030.

“We know that visitors and locals alike are looking for unforgettable experiences to feel new – and what could be better than immersing themselves in an event that brings together the power of wellness, dance, culture, art and the community, facing one of the most spectacular scenery, the magnificent Sydney Harbor?

“This is a very special and exciting event that will not only elevate Sydney and NSW to a global audience, but elevate our local talent, our economy and our community spirit.”

For more information on the program and to book free tickets from December 2, visit www.elevatesydney.com.

Top of image: elevatesydney.com; Image Center and Above: Stellar line-up of over 180 artists, including Dance Monkey Tones And I star, Tim Minchin, Baker Boy, Electric Fields, Marcia Hines and The Wiggles

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