Fly to Hong Kong to end your 2018 with a bang! The pyromusical to be presented by Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) promises to captivate the viewers as they welcome 2019.
For Auld Lang Syne
Celebrating the new year has been a tradition in many countries. From smashing plates in Denmark to watching the ball drop in New York, United States. The New Year’s celebration is a symbol for a fresh start and a chance to make a difference.
This year, the Hong Kong Tourism Board will present a mesmerising pyromusical above Victoria Harbour on 31 December 2018. The pyromusical will be featured against Hong Kong‘s skyline for 10 minutes once the clock strikes midnight.
To accompany the pyromusical, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre will display the numeral “2019” and deliver New Year blessings to the global audience in various languages.
Close Up on the Pyrotechnics
The celebration of light and music culminates as the “Celestial Kaleidoscope” dazzles Hong Kong with brilliant flashes of technicolor hues to further enrich the ambience. For the finale, 45 different patterns of pyrotechnics and fireworks will be featured in one minute, projecting patterns such as smiley face and heart to fill the hearts of the audience with hope and joy for another bright year ahead.
The fireworks display is gracefully choreographed in synchrony with the festive soundtrack, highlighted by a tint of traditional Chinese music. Pyrotechnic shooting stars will be seen across the sky from 11.00 pm onwards on the New Year’s Eve making it the perfect chance to make wishes for the year to come.
Here’s Your Chance to Enjoy The Pyromusical
If you won’t be in Hong Kong in New Year’s Eve, then we have good news for you. The HKTB will provide satellite live feed of the pyromusical for media organizations worldwide to broadcast the event live and celebrate the New Year with audience around the globe.
For more informations, please visit their website.
Text by Imran Sukri