Mike Oldfield The Millenium Bell Trailer

Mike Oldfield The Millenium Bell Trailer (1999)

31 December 1999

With the largest lighting event in the world and a captivating live concert by superstar Mike Oldfield Berlin welcomes the new millennium. 250 xenon noble gas headlamps, 550 special lamps and 12 balloon lights enchant the sky over Berlin in a unique pyramid of light. More than 500,000 visitors experienced this spectacle of superlatives around the Victory Column at first hand. At the open-air stage Mike Oldfield plays legendary classic. Classic Songs: Tubular Bells Portsmouth Moonlight Shadow Secrets Shadows on the wall The Millenium Bell: Sunlight The Doges Palace Mastermind Broad Liberation Amber Light The Millenium Bell Special: Art in Heaven

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