The unique highlight of Da Nang International Fireworks Festival 2017 (Da Nang International Firework Festival – 2017 DIFF) is that the time will last nearly 2 months from 29/04/2017 with the theme “Shining Marble “. This year’s festival will take place on 5 nights with fireworks titled “Fire – Turkey – Kim – Mercury – Jupiter”. According to representatives of the Da Nang Tourism Department, with continental scale and lasting for 2 months of summer, DIFF 2017 aims to attract 2 million tourists to Da Nang.
DIFF 2017 will include 8 teams from the countries having developed the art of fireworks as China, Austria, Australia, UK, Switzerland… and host Vietnam. Among eight teams participating, the organizers will select three outstanding units into the finals. In particular, the host country’s fireworks will be strongly invested to get good quality and technology so eventually can go play overseas, continue to implement branding goals “Fireworks Festival City” for Danang.
This is one of the Fireworks Festivals with the largest scale in Asia. Along with firework nights, Danang will be exciting during 2 months of festivals in summer with the companion, supporting festivals such as “Running barefoot in the sand” Festival, “Lighting the flame of gratitude”; Cham culture festival; International Sculpture Festival “Waking up in the rock soul”; International Food Festival “Marble”; Beer Festival “Inspire” and street festivals, which brings interesting experiences of Danang for visitors and residents.
This year, one of the important accompanied activities is that 10 flowers cars parading through the streets will become “mobile stages”. They are invested modern stereos, lighting and LED display so that international and Vietnamese artists can perform together. These cars also stop to communicate with the public and tourists.
It is said that the price of tickets in DIFF 2017 will fare no higher than the previous year. This year, there will be personnel ticketing system directly to residents and tourists, avoid “touts” affecting bad on images of the Festival.