|1.||“The Flame”||Tina Arena, Sydney Children’s Choir & the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra|
|2.||“Dare to Dream”||John Farnham & Olivia Newton-John|
|3.||“Heroes Live Forever”||Vanessa Amorosi|
|4.||“Under Southern Skies”||Nikki Webster & Sing 2001 Choir|
Who performed at the Olympic Opening Ceremony?
The big moments were all there: the lighting of the cauldron by the tennis star Naomi Osaka, an appearance by Emperor Naruhito of Japan, a parade of athletes in the colors and costumes of 206 nations, the singing of John Lennon’s “Imagine.”
Will Olympics have opening ceremony?
There will be some soccer and softball action going on before the Olympics begin, but the opening ceremony will mark the official start of the 2021 Summer Games.
Friday, July 23.
|Time (ET)||6:55 a.m. – 11 a.m.|
Are spectators allowed at Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony?
Are Fans Allowed at the Tokyo Olympics? The Tokyo Olympics will look more different than any other Olympics before it. For the first time in history, no spectators will be allowed to watch the games in the host city. Due to a rise in Tokyo’s COVID-19 cases, a state of emergency was declared until at least Aug.
Is there an audience at the opening ceremony?
Nearly all of the events, like the opening ceremony, will be held without spectators, and the athletes will compete under strict protocols that limit their movement.
Were there spectators at the Tokyo opening ceremony?
Fireworks during the opening ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the National Stadium in Tokyo on July 23. For the first time in history, events at Tokyo 2020 will be held without spectators and winners will place their own medals around their necks.