From Parade of Champions to air show, everything to watch out for in closing ceremony

The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Friday announced the full schedule of the closing ceremony of the 2023 Cricket World Cup, that will take place ahead of the final between India and Australia in Ahmedabad on Sunday.

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The closing ceremony will be split into four parts. Here’s a breakdown of events that will take place

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Airshow at 12.30 pm for 10 minutes

For the first time ever – an enthralling 9 hawks from the Suryakiran acrobatic team will enthrall fans with a vertical airshow over the Narendra Modi Stadium – in synch with Music that pays tribute to the New India. The flight will take off from the Ahmedabad airport.

There will also be live performances from music director Pritam, and his group of 500-plus dancers. That will be followed by a live performance of Dil Jashn Bole, the title song of the 2023 Cricket World Cup.


Parade of Champions at 5.30 pm

Captains of all World Cup winning teams have been invited to the 2023 World Cup final. Barring Pakistan’s Imran Khan, every captain, from West Indies’ Clive Lloyd to England’s Eoin Morgan, will take part in The Parade of Champions that will be held during the innings break of the final.

During this event, the captains will showcase their World Cup-winning trophies and will also be felicitated by the BCCI.

Music performances 

For another 10 minutes during the halftime break, there will be music performances from music director Pritam. Pritam will lead his entourage of around 500 dancers in his musical show, Dil Jashn Bole, with famous songs like Lehra Do, Deva Deva and Kesariya set to be featured.

Apart from Pritam, the music show will also feature Aditya Gadhavi and others.

Crowning of champions 

There will be a unique way of celebration for the World Cup winners this time around. There will be a laser magic production on display, with the name of the World Cup-winning team and the trophy. During this, more than 1200 will illuminate the Ahmedabad skies with the name of the 2023 World Cup winners and it will be followed by some massive fireworks to conclude the grand occasion in international cricket.

While India defeated New Zealand by 70 runs in the first semi-final of the World Cup in Mumbai, Australia had to toil before battling past South Africa in the second semi-final in Kolkata.

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