Olympic Games 2012 London, the Brit Way
There are so many things to expect this 2012 Olympic Games. The place, the games, the opening and closing event, and even the number of spectators.
For everyone’s information Olympic Games 2012 will be held in London on July 27. And this will be their third time to host the Olympic Games. After seven years of extensive planning, London is now fasten to cater us an Olympic Games that you have been always looking forward to.
The Olympic Games organizers are even anticipating the increase in audiences. The last Olympic Games in China rendered one billion of spectators for the opening ceremony. However it is a nice implication for the tourism side, there might be some ticket shortage for the Olympic Events.
If there might be any shortage of tickets for the events, people are expected to be present along the city streets to watch open-outdoor events such as cycling or marathons. Or else, tourists might as well roam around every busy corner of the city.
The crowd increase is expected to be as early as July 26, a day before the opening ceremony. Security will be tightening by this time.
Also, ready yourself for a grand star-studded performance! The Olympic Games opening ceremony will also showcase some of the UK’s best talent. They will perform most likely London’s culture. The best team of executive producers will put up a live show that is like no other. It is also said that Jay-z and Rihanna might be around in the opening ceremony.
For those people who might not be able to enter the stadium, never fear because the Olympic Games organizers will put up a big-screen for the audiences. These big screens will be placed particularly at Hyde Park, St. James’ and Green Park. The big screen will not only be available for the opening ceremony but for the whole duration of the Olympic Games.
You should expect a unique, once in a lifetime experience of Olympic Games in London. Because at 8 in the morning on July 27, all the bells in the country will rung as quickly and as loudly as possible for three minutes (accrdng. To Work No. 1197)
Stephan Fry and Tim Minchin of BBC will celebrate the comedic side of UK. While Jeremy Deller, artist, the maker of the “bouncy” version of the Stonehenge will be giving families a unique experience of his work.
There will also be dances involved! At Big T Dance in Doncaster city centre, a dance performance will be open for all people to watch.
There still so many things to expect this Olympic Games 2012. And it is now up to you if you want to experience the Olympic Games the Brit way.