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CWG Opening Ceremony: From ‘Duran-Duran’ Band to Tony Iommi, These Artists Will Perform

Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony: The Commonwealth Games 2022 is starting from today (July 28). These games will start with a banging Opening Ceremony at the Alexander Stadium in Birmingham. This time 5054 athletes from 72 countries are participating in the Commonwealth Games. There will be 280 events of 20 sports in these games lasting 11 days. That is, a total of 280 gold medals will be at stake.

The opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games will start at 11.30 pm Indian time. Here Tony Iommi, the famous guitarist of the new wave band ‘Duran-Duran’ to the heavy metal band ‘Black Sabbath’, is going to perform. Iomi will present a ‘dream sequence’ titled ‘Here My Voice’, the lead track from the 2020 film ‘Trial of the Chicago Seven’, with saxophonist Soweto Kinch here. More than 700 people from 15 singing groups from the West Midlands will also participate in this ceremony.

Over 2000 performers will also tell the story of the city of Birmingham from the past to the present. Along with this, the mutual relations of the 72 participating countries will also be presented here. The mastermind of this entire opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games is Steven Knight, the creator of the famous TV series ‘Picky Blinders’.

The opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games will be telecast live on different channels of Sony Sports Network. You can also watch this ceremony on Sony LIV app. DD Sports will also broadcast this ceremony live.

PV Sindhu will be the flag bearer of the Indian contingent in the opening ceremony. This time India has sent a team of 215 players to the Commonwealth Games. It has 108 men and 107 women players. Indian players are participating in different events of 15 sports out of 20 Commonwealth Games.

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