Brighter at Diwali 2019
Brighter was proud to be part of Diwali, the Indian Festival of Lights, one of the City of Brisbane’s much-loved cultural celebrations.
Ordinarily during celebrations homes, offices and shops are lit up for five days. This year, Brighter provided the digital fireworks and laser show which wowed the 15,000-strong audience and capped off an evening of festivities. In addition to the activities on the night, event organisers raised $15,000 for the Queensland farmers appeal and presented it to Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk.
In attendance were The Hon. Trevor Evans MP and The Hon. Stirling Hinchcliffe, who shared in wishing everyone good health, happiness and peace.
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