UK festival-goers in 2023 have fun with fun and fireworks
As 2023 kicks off in the UK, rowdy crowds across the country are celebrating New Year’s Eve with fireworks and frivolity.
Party-goers ignored wet weather to welcome 2023 after the UK Meteorological Office issued a yellow warning of rain for southwest England and southern Wales and ice and snow warnings for the Scottish highlands. .
Over 100,000 people gathered along the banks of the Thames in central London to watch 12,000 fireworks soar across the sky as Big Ben exploded over the English capital.
The sold-out show is a message from the Gay Liberation Front’s Peter Tatchel, celebrating the 50th anniversary of London’s Pride, highlighting the Lioness’ historic Euro victory at Wembley, thus promoting ‘love and unity’. Designed to send messages. I sent a message of support to Ukraine.
The display also pays tribute to the late Queen, featuring a recording of her voice and the words of Mrs. Judi Dench, along with a message from Charles about the need to protect the future of the planet before honoring the King.
The show concludes with music that includes hits from Neil Diamond’s Sweet Caroline, Ukrainian Eurovision winner Karsch Orchestra, Stormzy, Dua Lipa, Cher, Dave, Rihanna and Calvin Harris. It ended with Auld Lang Syne.
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