The famous Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace in London has a long history and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the UK. The sight of soldiers in their famous bearskin hats and red tunics is indelibly linked with the country. At The Londoner Macao’s Crystal Palace, this display of pomp and ceremony is performed six days a week. Over 20 artists create a spellbinding and Instagramable spectacle, with The Londoner Macao’s Scots Guards, Heralding Trumpeters and Drummers appearing across multiple levels. Modern twists on this traditional pageantry include special effects, exhilarating music and dynamic images of the guards on 12 moving LED displays across three levels which will sweep visitors away to London, marking the start of an amazing journey at The Londoner Macao.
The Londoner Macao offers the best British and internationally themed entertainment to let visitors discover more, including strolling ‘Streetmosphere’ artists, interactive Londoner Moments installations, and Londoner Light and Sound Spectacular and Elizabeth Tower Light Show that light up Cotai Strip nightly.
The Londoner Macao’s Changing of the Guard was created in collaboration with Hasbas Entertainment, the creative force known for bringing emotional resonance and sophistication to mega-spectacles. The company has produced numerous award-winning and buzz-worthy live entertainment projects all over the world, including Universal Studios Hollywood’s Grand Opening of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Its impressive portfolio of shows and rich experience ensures an unforgettable signature spectacle at The Londoner Macao, with fabulous costumes, choreography and technical execution.
The stunning musical score was arranged by Tim Heintz, an accomplished Los Angeles-based musician, composer and arranger whose works are heard on television, films, and theme parks including Disney Parks and Universal Studios.
Changing of the Guard
Tuesday to Thursday: 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
Friday to Sunday: 4:00 p.m., 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
(No shows Monday)
Location: The Londoner Macao Crystal Palace