The ICC is organizing the World Cup Closing Ceremony, marking its conclusion at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad this Sunday (November 19).
The final showdown will feature Australia, aiming for their sixth World Cup title, against India, striving for their first ICC trophy since 2013, expected to draw over 100,000 spectators.
The closing ceremony will unfold in four phases, starting at 12:30pm local time (1:00pm PST).
To kick off, the Indian Air Force will present a 10-minute airshow led by their top-flight commander before the match begins at 1:35pm local time.
During the first innings’ drinks break, renowned music producer Aditya Gandhi, known for his Coke Studio India work, will captivate the audience with his recent hit “Khalasi.”
The innings break will feature Bollywood music producer Pritam Chakraborty, composer of the World Cup 2023 anthem “Dil Jashn Jashn Bole,” joined by singers Jonita Gandhi, Nakash Aziz, Amit Mishra, Akasha Singh, and Tushar Singh.
Lastly, the closing ceremony will culminate with a captivating light and laser show during the second innings’ drinks break.
The anticipated clash between India and Australia promises high intensity. In their initial encounter, India clinched victory after Australia struggled with a low score of 199 runs. Despite an early scare for India, Virat Kohli and KL Rahul steered the team to success.