The closing ceremony of the 2023 Cricket World Cup in Ahmedabad will be a grand affair, with Indian music composer Pritam appearing on stage. BCCI will also welcome the previous World Cup winning captains.
The World Cup final is scheduled to be held at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium on November 19. Reuters
The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Friday announced the full schedule of the Cricket World Cup 2023 closing ceremony, which will be held before the final between India and Australia in Ahmedabad on Sunday.
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The final ceremony will be divided into four parts. At 12.30 pm, an hour before the start of the match, the Indian Air Force will launch an air show, with a salute from the sky that has never been seen before.
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There will also be live performances by music director Pritam, and his troupe of 500-plus dancers. This will be followed by a live performance of Dil Jashn Bole, the title song of the Cricket World Cup 2023.
There will also be a half time performance at the nail break. During this time, the Parade of Champions will take place, and all past Cricket World Cup captains will be honored by the BCCI at the Narendra Modi Stadium, followed by the captains reciting their Cup winning memories The world.
And during the second drinks break of the second innings, there will be a spectacular laser show, with the roof of the stadium being used as a canvas.
Fireworks can also be expected after the World Cup final, during the trophy raising hour. Around 1200 drones will play a major role in lighting up the sky for an aerial display of the CHAMPIONS program.
This will be followed by some mesmerizing fireworks at the stadium to conclude the World Cup final.
While India defeated New Zealand by 70 runs in the first semi-final of the World Cup in Mumbai, Australia had to resort to South Africa in the second semi-final in Kolkata.
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