The London Olympics 2012 kicked off today, i.e., on 27th July 2012. The opening ceremony of any event is the showcase of its host nation. It shows how the country has hosted the games. There are parades of the competing nations. The opening ceremony of London Olympics 2012 featured the anticipated Olympic flame, igniting the flavor of Olympics.
When the eyes of entire world have glued on London’s opening ceremony, the nation itself enjoys the extravaganza and party-like atmosphere. The ceremony will offer an opportunity to the entire world to see the inventive expression of Artistic Director- Danny Boyle as well as his team. The ceremony will also be a prospect for the viewers to see the British culture as well as elements that have not been seen before. The International Olympic Committee charter has outlined the guidelines for certain basic elements in the London Olympics opening ceremony 2012.
The opening ceremony of London Olympics 2012 has been named “Isles of Wonder.” The worldwide broadcast of the Olympics games will kick off at 9 pm. The ceremony commences with the music of what is called the largest harmonically-tuned bell present in Europe. The stadium where the ceremony is taking place will sink into the theme of British countryside. The opening scene will be that of “Green and Pleasant.” This will also include the real animals of farmyard. Viewers can also see the special sequence which celebrates the best of English world. There will be volunteer performers too featuring in the opening ceremony of Olympics 2012.
You should not miss out on the Olympic Ceremony Athletes’ Parade in which 10,000 athletes from 205 countries of the world will participate. Each country will have its own moment of fame, and you too can cheer your country when it runs through the tracks, holding that nation flag proudly.
What is so special about London Olympics Opening ceremony 2012 is the fact that the authorities have even organized big screens all across the streets for those who wish to watch the ceremony but have no tickets. There are some of the best places where you can watch the opening ceremony on the big screens, even if you don’t have the tickets to the opening ceremony of Olympics 2012.
Without a doubt, watching the opening ceremony of London 2012 will be a flavor in itself. We can enjoy and take pride in the fact that our country has also become a part of the biggest bizarre of the world!