As part of Vivid Sydney, the bridge is hosting a 70s-style light-up dance floor 134m up.
Get your best (and worst) dance moves ready: during this year's Vivid Sydney festival, one of the city's most iconic attractions will be hosting a retro dance party with a difference.
The Vivid Climb is a Saturday Night Fever-style multicoloured flashing dance floor 134m above sea level. Climbers wear special Vivid Climb vests with flashing lights, and are visible from below in Circular Quay and Darling Harbour.
It's taking place on all nighttime bridge climbs during Vivid Sydney, from May 26 to June 17, and costs from $253 for adults and from $173 for children.
Billed as the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas, Vivid includes outdoor light sculptures, large-scale projections and installations, along with music from Fleet Foxes, Air, Goldfrapp, Laura Marling and Nick Murphy (formerly known as Chet Faker), plus DJ sets by Boy George.
There are also talks by American artist Shepard Fairey, Oscar-winning film director Oliver Stone, BuzzFeed founder Jonah Peretti and more.
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