More than 7,000 fireworks will be set off from the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge on New Year 2023 celebrations. And another 2,000 will be set off from the nearby Opera House.
More than a million people are expected to gather along Sydney’s waterfront for a party with a budget of several million dollars that will focus on diversity and acceptance. A rainbow waterfall will be a big part of the New Year’s Eve celebrations. According to the people who are putting it together. From the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the nearby Opera House, more than 7,000 fireworks will go off.
Stephen Gilby, who puts on big events and festivals in Sydney, told The Sydney Morning Herald that it is the party that the city needs.
In a few hours, India will have parties and celebrations to welcome the year 2023. However, the country is worried about the rise in Covid-19 cases in January, which is just a few hours away. All over the country, police departments have put up traffic curbs and sent out warnings. Aside from these, the government of Karnataka said this week that all New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day celebrations must end by 1 am.
New Year’s Day, which according to the Gregorian calendar falls on January 1. It is one of the most popular occasions across the globe. And people irrespective of religion, caste, and creed celebrate it in their own ways. In many countries, people begin their celebrations on December 31, which continue until the wee hours of January 1. Merry-makers meet with their near and dear ones, hold themed parties, and play games. And ring in the New Year with great joy and gusto. In many places, the first day of the year is observed as a holiday.