Singapore Fireworks Celebrations

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Singapore Fireworks Festival 2006, 8 Aug 2006

The Singapore Fireworks Celebrations was an annual event held in Singapore as part of its National Day celebrations. It featured several local and foreign teams which launched fireworks displays on different nights.

History[edit]

First held in 2004 at Marina Bay, the event was initially known as the Singapore Fireworks Festival and organised by Unusual Productions.

In 2007, the festival was renamed to Singapore Fireworks Celebrations and had a new organiser Festival Square Circle. The event cost over S$1 million, and featured 130 varieties of fireworks over two days. The event was supported by the Singapore Tourism Board.[1]

The amount of fireworks used grew in magnitude from 4,000 rounds used in 2004 to over 9,000 in 2006.

List of performances and teams[edit]

2004 (Marina Bay)

2005 (Marina Bay)

2006 (Marina Bay)

  • August 5, 2100 hours -  Italy (Dynamic City)
  • August 8, 2100 hours -  Singapore (Our City of Colours)
  • August 11, 2100 hours -  New Caledonia (Nature & Mystique / Truly Malanesian)
  • August 12, 2100 hours -  France (Celebration of Life)

2007 (Marina Bay): The World Celebrates with Singapore

2008 (Marina Bay): The World Celebrates with Us

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Shree Ann Mathavan (16 August 2007). "Watch the sky light up". The New Paper. 

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