Oztag World Cup Opening

2015 was Australia’s time to shine and host the Oztag’s World cup! The event took place in Sunshine Coast, December 3rd right through to December 6th.  21 countries from all over the continent came to Australia to kick off the 2015 World Cup, which resulted in over 3,500 players taking part!

The Opening Ceremony was held Olympics style, with all teams entering the fields carrying their respective flags as a way of introduction before singing the national anthem all together. It was an extremely windy night and overcast weather, however it didn’t dampen the spirits as players and public enjoyed the celebrations.

Our Role

OzTag Australia contracted 3vent to manage the operations of the Opening Ceremony, including the stage production, order of event, and the team introductions, as well as providing staff to assist.

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