As the world bid farewell to 2021, we round up the New Years’ Fireworks displays welcoming in 2022. From the Sydney Harbour Bridge to the beach at Rio de Janeiro people watched spectacular fireworks displays. We will whizz around the world as the sun flys to show you full-length videos of the displays.
One of the world’s favourite displays from Sydney’s harbour bridge and surrounding area. Never disappoints.
The weather was pretty terrible in Taipei, Taiwan but the Taipei 101 skyscraper still looked spectacular with fireworks from it.
An awesome visual and pyrotechnic treat was delivered from the Burj Khalifa skyscraper – wow!
Not a great fireworks display but what a location! Hopefully, they will make this into a world-class show one day!
Bit of a strange one this! After the normal event was cancelled they hurriedly came up with a sort of stay-at-home TV show that had fireworks, drones and artistic performances along the river Thames. Did it work? – Not really!
Should this be included? Not really! A tiny bit of pyro after a light ball slowly drops 100ft sounds like the dullest thing ever! But somehow the Americans make a show of it. Guess you need to be there!
The fireworks show starts at about 2.30 minutes into the video.
This has to be the largest tonnage of fireworks fired in the world! A 15-minute display from multiple sea barges along Copacabana beach.
Whilst most of our New Year’s Eve fireworks were for private venues we did fire a public display for Ilfracombe in North Devon, sponsored by Ilfracombe Holiday Park.