Sydney New Year's Eve 2018–19

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Sydney New Year's Eve 2018–19
Creative directorCity of Sydney & Imagination Australia feat. Rhoda Roberts
Fireworks byFoti International Fireworks
Theme"Pulse of Sydney"
Bridge effectLight show and Projections on the Sydney Harbour Bridge
Composer(s)Heath Campanaro[1]
Broadcast
NetworkABC

ABC HD

ABC Australia
Hosted byCharlie Pickering
Zan Rowe
Chronology
← Previous
2017–18
Next →
2019–20
Sydney New Year's Eve

Sydney New Year's Eve 2018–19, officially known as SYDNYE 2018,[2] was the 24th Sydney New Year's Eve held in Sydney Harbour on the evening of 31 December 2018 and in the early hours of 1 January 2019.

Broadcast[edit]

The New Year's festivities were broadcast on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC).

Times[edit]

8:30pm – 12:15am AEDT

Presenters[edit]

Name Location Original role
Charlie Pickering
Zan Rowe
Sydney Opera House Hosts

9PM Family Fireworks[edit]

Fireworks Soundtracks

No. Song Artist
1. Consider Yourselves Undermined (Incredibles 2 Soundtrack) Michael Giacchino
2. Dancing On Glass St. Lucia
3. Regular Touch Vera Blue
4. Not About You Glades
5. Don't Take the Money Bleachers
6. What About Us P!nk
7. Run to Paradise The Choirboys
8. Peach Broods
9. Youngblood 5 Seconds of Summer
10. Better The Screaming Jets

Midnight Fireworks[edit]

Fireworks Soundtracks

No. Song Artist
1. Lift Off (Spider-Man: Homecoming Soundtrack) Michael Giacchino
2. The Man The Killers
3. Out the Window Confidence Man
4. Midnight Summers Jam Justin Timberlake
5. All the Stars Kendrick Lamar and SZA
6. Fools Gold Jack River
7. (Baby I've Got You) On My Mind Powderfinger
8. Lit Up The Bamboos
9. Lay Down Touch Sensitive
10. Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight) Cher
11. Love Like Waves Friendly Fires
12. (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman Aretha Franklin
13. Do Want You Want The Presets
14. Sabotage Beastie Boys
15. On My Knees Middle Kids
16. I Said Hi Amy Shark
17. Fight for Freedom X-Ray Dog

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Silver and gold for the Queen of Soul". City of Sydney. 29 December 2018. Retrieved 31 December 2018.
  2. ^ "Official City of Sydney New Year's Eve Website". Retrieved 31 December 2018.