The Vivid Climb
Sydney’s famous bridge climb offers a singular panorama of the city any time of year, but during the annual Vivid Sydney its views of the festival’s many light sculptures, installations and grand-scale projections are unrivalled.
This year, Los Angeles-based Chinese-American artist-filmmaker Andrew Thomas Huang has created a tribute to Australia's native plants and flowers that will be splashed across the iconic Opera House sails.
Across May and June, to coincide with the festival, climbers will be outfitted in special flashing vests adding to the luminescence during their 3.5-hour experience. At the summit, they’ll find a flashing ’70s-style disco dance floor where they can bust a move under the stars.
The after-dark climbs run daily for groups of 14 and climbers can take home a complimentary group photo and eight-second video capturing their sky-high dance session.
This article is produced by Broadsheet in partnership with BridgeClimb Sydney.