The arts and heritage district of the Singapore Bras Basah.Bugis precinct lit up and was transformed into an illuminated playground featuring 14 interactive Night Lights installations, 52 breathtaking performances, live music and a great array of F&B choices, for 9 consecutive nights. It kicked off on 17th August with the annual Night Lights, an enthralling showcase of light art installations, and culminated in three evenings of revelry on 23rd, 24th, and 25th August, featuring world-class artists, roving acts and exciting performances. The festival contributed to social and cultural cohesion by uniting all Singaporean people under the banner of creativity, innovation, and vitality, reflecting their pride in this unique city-nation at the crossroads of so many influences. In addition, the Festival provides opportunities for Singaporean talents to work with international artists for greater cross-cultural exchanges and exposure. Besides being the lead event agency for the second consecutive year, they also collaborated with a Singapore-based architectural firm to transform the lawn of the National Museum of Singapore into an “Aquatic Dream”. The festival attracted more than half a million festival goers.