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Macao Light Festival to display hi-tech welcome to New Year

Subtitled ‘Travellers from Mars’, the show will amaze and delight spectators in 17 locations across the city each evening until 2 January.

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Subtitled ‘Travellers from Mars’, the show will amaze and delight spectators in 17 locations across the city each evening until 2 January.

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UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 4:46 am

The “Macao Light Festival 2021 – Travellers from Mars” will continue until 2 January, the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) has announced.

Two of the light festival’s four “themed projection mapping shows” are being held in Taipa and Coloane, with a team from Tokyo presenting “GLID” in Largo dos Bombeiros, while a local team is showing “In Pair” at the Chapel of St. Francis Xavier.

The MGTO added that as the team from Tokyo could not come to Macao due to Covid-19 quarantine restrictions, a local coordinator is providing online assistance with projection mapping.

The MGTO underlined that the “House of Popular Slangs” at Carmo Fair, “Cosmic Kaleidoscope” at the Vila da Taipa Historical Centre Archway, “Weekend Love” at the Chapel of St. Francis Xavier and Largo Eduardo Marques and the “Sand Painting in Light” in Largo do Bazar will continue to engage communities in Taipa and Coloane.

Running until 2 January, the “Macao Light Festival 2021 – Travellers from Mars” takes place in 17 locations across seven districts from 7 pm to 10 pm with the last projection mapping show starting at 9:50 pm each night.

 

UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 4:46 am

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