T20 World Cup 2024 Opening Ceremony: Date, Time, Performers & Live Streaming details

 

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The highly anticipated ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 kicks off on Saturday (June 1), with a unique twist. While co-hosts USA will face Canada in the opening match at Dallas, the grand opening ceremony will take place a day later in Guyana, before the West Indies take on Papua New Guinea.

This decision by the authorities has raised eyebrows, as it’s the first time a World Cup opening ceremony won’t precede the opening match.

T20 World Cup 2024 Opening Ceremony Details

Date: June 2
Time: 8:30 am local time/ 6:00 pm IST/ 12:30 pm GMT
Performers: The ceremony will feature a vibrant Caribbean flavour with performances by top DJs and singers like David Rudder, Ravi B, Erphaan Alves, DJ Ana and Ultra.

Also READ: T20 World Cup 2024 Complete Schedule – Teams, Groups, Dates, Match Timings & Venues

Where to Watch on TV and Online

The opening ceremony will be broadcasted live across various networks depending on the location. Here’s a quick guide:

India: Star Sports; Disney + Hotstar app
Pakistan: PTV, Ten Sports; Myco and Tamasha apps
USA & Canada: Sling TV – Willow TV & Willow Xtra (sign up here)
South Africa, Uganda and Namibia: SuperSport
UK & Northern Ireland: Sky Sports Cricket, Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Action; SkyGO, NOW and Sky Sports app
West Indies: ESPN Caribbean; ESPN Play Caribbean (sign up here)
Australia: Amazon Prime Video
New Zealand: Sky Sport NZ
Netherlands: NOS; ICC.tv
UAE and MENA Countries: CricLife Max, CricLife Max 2; StarzON, StarzPlay app
Sri Lanka: TV1, Sirasa TV, Shakti TV; ICC.tv
Rest of the world: ICC.tv

Cricket fans worldwide are eagerly waiting for the T20 World Cup to kick off, and despite the unusual scheduling of the opening ceremony, the promise of exciting matches and a vibrant opening celebration is sure to set the tone for a thrilling tournament.

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The highly anticipated ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 kicks off on Saturday (June 1), with a unique twist. While co-hosts USA will face Canada in the opening match at Dallas, the grand opening ceremony will take place a day later in Guyana, before the West Indies take on Papua New Guinea. This decision by… 

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