Balich Worldwide Shows in Lima 2019
Balich Worldwide Shows has been chosen to create and produce the Opening and Closing Ceremonies for the Lima 2019 Pan American Games and Para Games.
The Pan and Parapan American Games are the biggest and most inspiring events of the Olympic Movement across the Americas with 41 member nations.
Lima 2019 will host the 18th edition of the Pan American Games with approximately 6,700 athletes, 39 sports and 62 disciplines from July 26th to August 11th and the 6th edition of the Parapan American Games, which will gather 1890 Para athletes competing in 17 sports and 18 disciplines, from August 23rd to September 1st.
Balich Worldwide Shows designs, creates and produces large-scale events, integrating and emphasizing the uniqueness of different national cultures with every show. After over 20 Olympic and Paralympic Ceremonies, the BWS team is renowned all over the world for its know-how in producing large scale celebrations. The Olympic experience of the team includes, to list a few: Torino 2006, Sochi 2014, Rio 2016 (produced by CC2016) and the Flag Handovers at Salt Lake City 2002 and London 2012.
Ceremonies provide an environment in which the best national talent can merge with creative personalities and professionals from all over the world, contributing to build a lasting legacy in the live entertainment industry. They are both an opportunity and a responsibility: the opportunity to reach a global audience and the responsibility to deliver content that matters.
Simone Merico, BWS Managing Partner, said: «Thanks to our long Olympic experience we know that Ceremonies are the ideal occasion for a country to showcase itself to the world. They are the perfect tool to make a statement not only about a country’s history, creativity and cultural diversity, but also about a clear trajectory to the future. Ceremonies are an unparalleled communication tool to convey the values and unique qualities of a country, and to position it globally and regionally».
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