World’s Iconic Landmarks Ringing in the Festivities with Style

Sydney’s Opera House light show for Vivid Sydney Festival

With stunning display of fireworks and light shows, festive celebrations are always a grand affair at famous landmarks across the world. This year despite the pandemic, we hope to witness a show-stopping experience as the celebratory display lights up the cities. Here’s a throwback to the moments when the world’s iconic landmarks, decked up in colourful lights kicked off the celebrations around the globe.

Sydney’s Opera House
Each year an international artist is commissioned to project an original artwork on the iconic sails of Sydney’s Opera House as part of Vivid Sydney festival. The light show is where art, technology and music converge to an incredible display. Sydney organised its biggest ever display of fireworks and light show at the Opera House on the New Year’s eve in 2019. The multicolour light show was witnessed by over a million viewers.

Burj Khalifa
Dubai welcomes New Year with a magnificent display of fireworks at the Burj Khalifa. The world’s tallest building is surrounded by spectacular light show and fireworks for thousands of spectators. The celebratory lights are integrated into the façade and spire of the tower. In 2019, the countdown to the midnight was projected on the iconic structure, followed by New Year greetings in Arabic and English. As the clock struck 12, the building dazzled in a breathtaking display of light and fireworks show. This year in Downtown Dubai, the iconic landmark will celebrate New Year’s eve with a grand light and laser show. The event shall be broadcasted live globally at

Burj Khalifa lit up to welcome the New Year

The World Towers by Lodha Group
This Diwali, The World Towers was lit up with 8000 LEDs as a symbol of hope and new beginnings. The idea behind lighting up was to put an end to the gloom and spread positivity in the hearts and minds of people. The iconic landmark perfectly fits the testament of the spirit of Mumbai, always rising above, against all odds. It is a symbol of India's proud new footing in the world, an ode to the country's coming of age as a serious player on the world stage. The stunning lightshow on The World Towers, reminiscent of those seen on iconic buildings across the world, lit up the night sky and became the talk of the town.