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This calendar includes scheduled lights ups of Council assets including Story Bridge, Reddacliff Place sculptures, Victoria Bridge, Brisbane City Hall, King George Square, William Jolly Bridge and Tropical Dome at Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha.

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2023 BrisAsia Festival

The Reddacliff Place sculptures will be lit Red to celebrate the 2023 BrisAsia Festival. BrisAsia Festival returns from 1-19 February 2023 to celebrate Lunar New Year and celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, an animal that represents luck, good fortune, peace, beauty and creativity. What better way to kick start your year than to connect with culture at BrisAsia Festival, with something on offer for the whole family. Over the three weeks audiences can experience the transformative power of live performance, learn and grow through immersive experiences and travel the length and breadth of Asia across the incredibly packed festival program that has something for everyone. This Light Up is organised by: Brisbane City Council. Venue: Reddacliff Place, Brisbane City. Wednesday, February 1, 2023.

2023 BrisAsia Festival

The Victoria Bridge will be lit Red, Blue and Pink to celebrate the 2023 BrisAsia Festival. BrisAsia Festival returns from 1-19 February 2023 to celebrate Lunar New Year and celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, an animal that represents luck, good fortune, peace, beauty and creativity. What better way to kick start your year than to connect with culture at BrisAsia Festival, with something on offer for the whole family. Over the three weeks audiences can experience the transformative power of live performance, learn and grow through immersive experiences and travel the length and breadth of Asia across the incredibly packed festival program that has something for everyone. This Light Up is organised by: Brisbane City Council. Venue: Victoria Bridge, Brisbane City. Wednesday, February 1, 2023.

2023 BrisAsia Festival

The Tropical Dome will be lit Red to celebrate the 2023 BrisAsia Festival. BrisAsia Festival returns from 1-19 February 2023 to celebrate Lunar New Year and celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, an animal that represents luck, good fortune, peace, beauty and creativity. What better way to kick start your year than to connect with culture at BrisAsia Festival, with something on offer for the whole family. Over the three weeks audiences can experience the transformative power of live performance, learn and grow through immersive experiences and travel the length and breadth of Asia across the incredibly packed festival program that has something for everyone. This Light Up is organised by: Brisbane City Council. Venue: Tropical Display Dome, Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha. Wednesday, February 1, 2023.

2023 BrisAsia Festival

The Story Bridge will be lit Red, Blue and Pink to celebrate the 2023 BrisAsia Festival. BrisAsia Festival returns from 1-19 February 2023 to celebrate Lunar New Year and celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, an animal that represents luck, good fortune, peace, beauty and creativity. What better way to kick start your year than to connect with culture at BrisAsia Festival, with something on offer for the whole family. Over the three weeks audiences can experience the transformative power of live performance, learn and grow through immersive experiences and travel the length and breadth of Asia across the incredibly packed festival program that has something for everyone. This Light Up is organised by: Brisbane City Council. Venue: Story Bridge, Kangaroo Point. Wednesday, February 1, 2023.

2023 BrisAsia Festival

The Story Bridge will be lit Red, Blue and Pink to celebrate the 2023 BrisAsia Festival. BrisAsia Festival returns from 1-19 February 2023 to celebrate Lunar New Year and celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, an animal that represents luck, good fortune, peace, beauty and creativity. What better way to kick start your year than to connect with culture at BrisAsia Festival, with something on offer for the whole family. Over the three weeks audiences can experience the transformative power of live performance, learn and grow through immersive experiences and travel the length and breadth of Asia across the incredibly packed festival program that has something for everyone. This Light Up is organised by: Brisbane City Council. Venue: Story Bridge, Kangaroo Point. Thursday, February 2, 2023.

2023 BrisAsia Festival

The Victoria Bridge will be lit Red, Blue and Pink to celebrate the 2023 BrisAsia Festival. BrisAsia Festival returns from 1-19 February 2023 to celebrate Lunar New Year and celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, an animal that represents luck, good fortune, peace, beauty and creativity. What better way to kick start your year than to connect with culture at BrisAsia Festival, with something on offer for the whole family. Over the three weeks audiences can experience the transformative power of live performance, learn and grow through immersive experiences and travel the length and breadth of Asia across the incredibly packed festival program that has something for everyone. This Light Up is organised by: Brisbane City Council. Venue: Victoria Bridge, Brisbane City. Thursday, February 2, 2023.

2023 BrisAsia Festival

The Tropical Dome will be lit Red to celebrate the 2023 BrisAsia Festival. BrisAsia Festival returns from 1-19 February 2023 to celebrate Lunar New Year and celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, an animal that represents luck, good fortune, peace, beauty and creativity. What better way to kick start your year than to connect with culture at BrisAsia Festival, with something on offer for the whole family. Over the three weeks audiences can experience the transformative power of live performance, learn and grow through immersive experiences and travel the length and breadth of Asia across the incredibly packed festival program that has something for everyone. This Light Up is organised by: Brisbane City Council. Venue: Tropical Display Dome, Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha. Thursday, February 2, 2023.

2023 BrisAsia Festival

The Reddacliff Place sculptures will be lit Red to celebrate the 2023 BrisAsia Festival. BrisAsia Festival returns from 1-19 February 2023 to celebrate Lunar New Year and celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, an animal that represents luck, good fortune, peace, beauty and creativity. What better way to kick start your year than to connect with culture at BrisAsia Festival, with something on offer for the whole family. Over the three weeks audiences can experience the transformative power of live performance, learn and grow through immersive experiences and travel the length and breadth of Asia across the incredibly packed festival program that has something for everyone. This Light Up is organised by: Brisbane City Council. Venue: Reddacliff Place, Brisbane City. Thursday, February 2, 2023.

2023 BrisAsia Festival

The Victoria Bridge will be lit Red, Blue and Pink to celebrate the 2023 BrisAsia Festival. BrisAsia Festival returns from 1-19 February 2023 to celebrate Lunar New Year and celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, an animal that represents luck, good fortune, peace, beauty and creativity. What better way to kick start your year than to connect with culture at BrisAsia Festival, with something on offer for the whole family. Over the three weeks audiences can experience the transformative power of live performance, learn and grow through immersive experiences and travel the length and breadth of Asia across the incredibly packed festival program that has something for everyone. This Light Up is organised by: Brisbane City Council. Venue: Victoria Bridge, Brisbane City. Friday, February 3, 2023.

2023 BrisAsia Festival

The Tropical Dome will be lit Red to celebrate the 2023 BrisAsia Festival. BrisAsia Festival returns from 1-19 February 2023 to celebrate Lunar New Year and celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, an animal that represents luck, good fortune, peace, beauty and creativity. What better way to kick start your year than to connect with culture at BrisAsia Festival, with something on offer for the whole family. Over the three weeks audiences can experience the transformative power of live performance, learn and grow through immersive experiences and travel the length and breadth of Asia across the incredibly packed festival program that has something for everyone. This Light Up is organised by: Brisbane City Council. Venue: Tropical Display Dome, Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha. Friday, February 3, 2023.

2023 BrisAsia Festival

The Story Bridge will be lit Red, Blue and Pink to celebrate the 2023 BrisAsia Festival. BrisAsia Festival returns from 1-19 February 2023 to celebrate Lunar New Year and celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, an animal that represents luck, good fortune, peace, beauty and creativity. What better way to kick start your year than to connect with culture at BrisAsia Festival, with something on offer for the whole family. Over the three weeks audiences can experience the transformative power of live performance, learn and grow through immersive experiences and travel the length and breadth of Asia across the incredibly packed festival program that has something for everyone. This Light Up is organised by: Brisbane City Council. Venue: Story Bridge, Kangaroo Point. Friday, February 3, 2023.

2023 BrisAsia Festival

The Reddacliff Place sculptures will be lit Red to celebrate the 2023 BrisAsia Festival. BrisAsia Festival returns from 1-19 February 2023 to celebrate Lunar New Year and celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, an animal that represents luck, good fortune, peace, beauty and creativity. What better way to kick start your year than to connect with culture at BrisAsia Festival, with something on offer for the whole family. Over the three weeks audiences can experience the transformative power of live performance, learn and grow through immersive experiences and travel the length and breadth of Asia across the incredibly packed festival program that has something for everyone. This Light Up is organised by: Brisbane City Council. Venue: Reddacliff Place, Brisbane City. Friday, February 3, 2023.

Sri Lanka's 75th Independence Day

City Hall will be lit Orange, Maroon, Green and Yellow to recognise Sri Lanka's 75th Independence Day. This Light Up is organised by: The Honorary Consulate of Sri Lanka. Venue: Brisbane City Hall, Brisbane City. Saturday, February 4, 2023.

World Cancer Day

The Reddacliff Place sculptures will be lit Blue to support World Cancer Day. Cancer Council Queensland the Icon Group is dedicated to improving quality of life for people living with cancer, through research, patient care, prevention and early detection. Our mission is to reduce the burden of cancer on Queenslanders.World Cancer Day encourages education and awareness about cancer and invites people to donate to life saving cancer research. This Light Up is organised by: Icon Group & Cancer Council Qld. Venue: Reddacliff Place, Brisbane City. Saturday, February 4, 2023.

World Cancer Day

The Victoria Bridge will be lit Blue and orange to support World Cancer Day. Cancer Council Queensland the Icon Group is dedicated to improving quality of life for people living with cancer, through research, patient care, prevention and early detection. Our mission is to reduce the burden of cancer on Queenslanders.World Cancer Day encourages education and awareness about cancer and invites people to donate to life saving cancer research. This Light Up is organised by: Icon Group & Cancer Council Qld. Venue: Victoria Bridge, Brisbane City. Saturday, February 4, 2023.

World Cancer Day

The Story Bridge will be lit Blue and orange to support World Cancer Day. Cancer Council Queensland the Icon Group is dedicated to improving quality of life for people living with cancer, through research, patient care, prevention and early detection. Our mission is to reduce the burden of cancer on Queenslanders.World Cancer Day encourages education and awareness about cancer and invites people to donate to life saving cancer research. This Light Up is organised by: Icon Group & Cancer Council Qld. Venue: Story Bridge, Kangaroo Point. Saturday, February 4, 2023.

World Cancer Day

The Tropical Dome will be lit Blue to support World Cancer Day. Cancer Council Queensland the Icon Group is dedicated to improving quality of life for people living with cancer, through research, patient care, prevention and early detection. Our mission is to reduce the burden of cancer on Queenslanders.World Cancer Day encourages education and awareness about cancer and invites people to donate to life saving cancer research. This Light Up is organised by: Icon Group & Cancer Council Qld. Venue: Tropical Display Dome, Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha. Saturday, February 4, 2023.

2023 BrisAsia Festival

The Story Bridge will be lit Red, Blue and Pink to celebrate the 2023 BrisAsia Festival. BrisAsia Festival returns from 1-19 February 2023 to celebrate Lunar New Year and celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, an animal that represents luck, good fortune, peace, beauty and creativity. What better way to kick start your year than to connect with culture at BrisAsia Festival, with something on offer for the whole family. Over the three weeks audiences can experience the transformative power of live performance, learn and grow through immersive experiences and travel the length and breadth of Asia across the incredibly packed festival program that has something for everyone. This Light Up is organised by: Brisbane City Council. Venue: Story Bridge, Kangaroo Point. Sunday, February 5, 2023.

2023 BrisAsia Festival

The Tropical Dome will be lit Red to celebrate the 2023 BrisAsia Festival. BrisAsia Festival returns from 1-19 February 2023 to celebrate Lunar New Year and celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, an animal that represents luck, good fortune, peace, beauty and creativity. What better way to kick start your year than to connect with culture at BrisAsia Festival, with something on offer for the whole family. Over the three weeks audiences can experience the transformative power of live performance, learn and grow through immersive experiences and travel the length and breadth of Asia across the incredibly packed festival program that has something for everyone. This Light Up is organised by: Brisbane City Council. Venue: Tropical Display Dome, Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha. Sunday, February 5, 2023.

2023 BrisAsia Festival

The Reddacliff Place sculptures will be lit Red to celebrate the 2023 BrisAsia Festival. BrisAsia Festival returns from 1-19 February 2023 to celebrate Lunar New Year and celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, an animal that represents luck, good fortune, peace, beauty and creativity. What better way to kick start your year than to connect with culture at BrisAsia Festival, with something on offer for the whole family. Over the three weeks audiences can experience the transformative power of live performance, learn and grow through immersive experiences and travel the length and breadth of Asia across the incredibly packed festival program that has something for everyone. This Light Up is organised by: Brisbane City Council. Venue: Reddacliff Place, Brisbane City. Sunday, February 5, 2023.

2023 BrisAsia Festival

The Victoria Bridge will be lit Red, Blue and Pink to celebrate the 2023 BrisAsia Festival. BrisAsia Festival returns from 1-19 February 2023 to celebrate Lunar New Year and celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, an animal that represents luck, good fortune, peace, beauty and creativity. What better way to kick start your year than to connect with culture at BrisAsia Festival, with something on offer for the whole family. Over the three weeks audiences can experience the transformative power of live performance, learn and grow through immersive experiences and travel the length and breadth of Asia across the incredibly packed festival program that has something for everyone. This Light Up is organised by: Brisbane City Council. Venue: Victoria Bridge, Brisbane City. Sunday, February 5, 2023.

National Tube Feeding Week

Sandgate Town Hall will be lit Purple and Blue to support National Tube Feeding Week. Australia’s Feeding Tube Awareness Week (FTAW), which will be marked nationally, 5-11 February 2023, to increase awareness and understanding in the community by raising some of the challenges faced and highlighting the day-to-day impact of tube feeding on individuals, carers and families. Importantly, FTAW unites the tube feeding community. Founded in 2009, ausEE Inc. is Australia’s peak national support and patient advocacy organisation representing Australians living with an eosinophilic disease including eosinophilic gastrointestinal diseases (EGIDs). Since 2015 we have run Australia’s Feeding Tube Awareness Week (FTAW) campaign, as an EGID is one of many conditions and reasons that may require tube feeding. FTAW is about bringing everyone together who has a feeding tube, whatever the reason may be. This Light Up is organised by: ausEE Incorporated. Venue: Sandgate Town Hall, Sandgate. Sunday, February 5, 2023.

National Tube Feeding Week

City Hall will be lit Purple and Blue to support National Tube Feeding Week. Australia’s Feeding Tube Awareness Week (FTAW), which will be marked nationally, 5-11 February 2023, to increase awareness and understanding in the community by raising some of the challenges faced and highlighting the day-to-day impact of tube feeding on individuals, carers and families. Importantly, FTAW unites the tube feeding community. Founded in 2009, ausEE Inc. is Australia’s peak national support and patient advocacy organisation representing Australians living with an eosinophilic disease including eosinophilic gastrointestinal diseases (EGIDs). Since 2015 we have run Australia’s Feeding Tube Awareness Week (FTAW) campaign, as an EGID is one of many conditions and reasons that may require tube feeding. FTAW is about bringing everyone together who has a feeding tube, whatever the reason may be. This Light Up is organised by: ausEE Incorporated. Venue: Brisbane City Hall, Brisbane City. Sunday, February 5, 2023.

2023 BrisAsia Festival

The Story Bridge will be lit Red, Blue and Pink to celebrate the 2023 BrisAsia Festival. BrisAsia Festival returns from 1-19 February 2023 to celebrate Lunar New Year and celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, an animal that represents luck, good fortune, peace, beauty and creativity. What better way to kick start your year than to connect with culture at BrisAsia Festival, with something on offer for the whole family. Over the three weeks audiences can experience the transformative power of live performance, learn and grow through immersive experiences and travel the length and breadth of Asia across the incredibly packed festival program that has something for everyone. This Light Up is organised by: Brisbane City Council. Venue: Story Bridge, Kangaroo Point. Monday, February 6, 2023.

2023 BrisAsia Festival

The Tropical Dome will be lit Red to celebrate the 2023 BrisAsia Festival. BrisAsia Festival returns from 1-19 February 2023 to celebrate Lunar New Year and celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, an animal that represents luck, good fortune, peace, beauty and creativity. What better way to kick start your year than to connect with culture at BrisAsia Festival, with something on offer for the whole family. Over the three weeks audiences can experience the transformative power of live performance, learn and grow through immersive experiences and travel the length and breadth of Asia across the incredibly packed festival program that has something for everyone. This Light Up is organised by: Brisbane City Council. Venue: Tropical Display Dome, Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha. Monday, February 6, 2023.

2023 BrisAsia Festival

The Reddacliff Place sculptures will be lit Red to celebrate the 2023 BrisAsia Festival. BrisAsia Festival returns from 1-19 February 2023 to celebrate Lunar New Year and celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, an animal that represents luck, good fortune, peace, beauty and creativity. What better way to kick start your year than to connect with culture at BrisAsia Festival, with something on offer for the whole family. Over the three weeks audiences can experience the transformative power of live performance, learn and grow through immersive experiences and travel the length and breadth of Asia across the incredibly packed festival program that has something for everyone. This Light Up is organised by: Brisbane City Council. Venue: Reddacliff Place, Brisbane City. Monday, February 6, 2023.

2023 BrisAsia Festival

The Victoria Bridge will be lit Red, Blue and Pink to celebrate the 2023 BrisAsia Festival. BrisAsia Festival returns from 1-19 February 2023 to celebrate Lunar New Year and celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, an animal that represents luck, good fortune, peace, beauty and creativity. What better way to kick start your year than to connect with culture at BrisAsia Festival, with something on offer for the whole family. Over the three weeks audiences can experience the transformative power of live performance, learn and grow through immersive experiences and travel the length and breadth of Asia across the incredibly packed festival program that has something for everyone. This Light Up is organised by: Brisbane City Council. Venue: Victoria Bridge, Brisbane City. Monday, February 6, 2023.

2023 International Sales Kick Off from APAC

City Hall will be lit Pink and Purple to celebrate 2023 International Sales Kick Off from APAC. This is an event taking place in City Hall. This Light Up is organised by: Capital E Marketing and Events. Venue: Brisbane City Hall, Brisbane City. Tuesday, February 7, 2023.

National Tube Feeding Week

The Story Bridge will be lit Purple and Blue to support National Tube Feeding Week. Australia’s Feeding Tube Awareness Week (FTAW), which will be marked nationally, 5-11 February 2023, to increase awareness and understanding in the community by raising some of the challenges faced and highlighting the day-to-day impact of tube feeding on individuals, carers and families. Importantly, FTAW unites the tube feeding community. Founded in 2009, ausEE Inc. is Australia’s peak national support and patient advocacy organisation representing Australians living with an eosinophilic disease including eosinophilic gastrointestinal diseases (EGIDs). Since 2015 we have run Australia’s Feeding Tube Awareness Week (FTAW) campaign, as an EGID is one of many conditions and reasons that may require tube feeding. FTAW is about bringing everyone together who has a feeding tube, whatever the reason may be. This Light Up is organised by: ausEE Incorporated. Venue: Story Bridge, Kangaroo Point. Tuesday, February 7, 2023.

National Tube Feeding Week

The Reddacliff Place sculptures will be lit Purple to support National Tube Feeding Week. Australia’s Feeding Tube Awareness Week (FTAW), which will be marked nationally, 5-11 February 2023, to increase awareness and understanding in the community by raising some of the challenges faced and highlighting the day-to-day impact of tube feeding on individuals, carers and families. Importantly, FTAW unites the tube feeding community. Founded in 2009, ausEE Inc. is Australia’s peak national support and patient advocacy organisation representing Australians living with an eosinophilic disease including eosinophilic gastrointestinal diseases (EGIDs). Since 2015 we have run Australia’s Feeding Tube Awareness Week (FTAW) campaign, as an EGID is one of many conditions and reasons that may require tube feeding. FTAW is about bringing everyone together who has a feeding tube, whatever the reason may be. This Light Up is organised by: ausEE Incorporated. Venue: Reddacliff Place, Brisbane City. Tuesday, February 7, 2023.

National Tube Feeding Week

The Victoria Bridge will be lit Purple and Blue to support National Tube Feeding Week. Australia’s Feeding Tube Awareness Week (FTAW), which will be marked nationally, 5-11 February 2023, to increase awareness and understanding in the community by raising some of the challenges faced and highlighting the day-to-day impact of tube feeding on individuals, carers and families. Importantly, FTAW unites the tube feeding community. Founded in 2009, ausEE Inc. is Australia’s peak national support and patient advocacy organisation representing Australians living with an eosinophilic disease including eosinophilic gastrointestinal diseases (EGIDs). Since 2015 we have run Australia’s Feeding Tube Awareness Week (FTAW) campaign, as an EGID is one of many conditions and reasons that may require tube feeding. FTAW is about bringing everyone together who has a feeding tube, whatever the reason may be. This Light Up is organised by: ausEE Incorporated. Venue: Victoria Bridge, Brisbane City. Tuesday, February 7, 2023.

International Angelman Day

The Victoria Bridge will be lit Blue to support International Angelman Day. Angelman Syndrome Association Australia (ASAA) is the key advocacy and peer support organisation for people living with Angelman syndrome and their families in Australia. We exist to support, inform, educate, network, promote research, and to advocate for families affected by Angelman syndrome. International Angelman Day occurs on 15 February and is the key national and global event to raise awareness of Angelman syndrome, which is a rare disease effecting approximately 1:20,000 live births. Iconic buildings and landmarks are lit up in blue to mark the day - https://www.angelmanday.info/general-7 This Light Up is organised by: Angelman Syndrome Association Australia. Venue: Victoria Bridge, Brisbane City. Saturday, February 11, 2023.

International Angelman Day

The Story Bridge will be lit Blue to support International Angelman Day. Angelman Syndrome Association Australia (ASAA) is the key advocacy and peer support organisation for people living with Angelman syndrome and their families in Australia. We exist to support, inform, educate, network, promote research, and to advocate for families affected by Angelman syndrome. International Angelman Day occurs on 15 February and is the key national and global event to raise awareness of Angelman syndrome, which is a rare disease effecting approximately 1:20,000 live births. Iconic buildings and landmarks are lit up in blue to mark the day - https://www.angelmanday.info/general-7 This Light Up is organised by: Angelman Syndrome Association Australia. Venue: Story Bridge, Kangaroo Point. Saturday, February 11, 2023.

International Angelman Day

The Reddacliff Place sculptures will be lit Blue to support International Angelman Day. Angelman Syndrome Association Australia (ASAA) is the key advocacy and peer support organisation for people living with Angelman syndrome and their families in Australia. We exist to support, inform, educate, network, promote research, and to advocate for families affected by Angelman syndrome. International Angelman Day occurs on 15 February and is the key national and global event to raise awareness of Angelman syndrome, which is a rare disease effecting approximately 1:20,000 live births. Iconic buildings and landmarks are lit up in blue to mark the day - https://www.angelmanday.info/general-7 This Light Up is organised by: Angelman Syndrome Association Australia. Venue: Reddacliff Place, Brisbane City. Saturday, February 11, 2023.

Memorial Service for the Anniversary of the Fall of Singapore

The Victoria Bridge will be lit Red to recognise the Memorial Service for the Anniversary of the Fall of Singapore. 2/10th Field Regiment Association remembers the thousands of Australian soldiers, sailors airmen and nurses who lost their lives in the World War Two battle for Malaya and Singapore. Those who survived the battle were taken prisoner of war at the Fall of Singapore on 15 February 1942. One third of those captured died as POWs. The Memorial Service remembers the 81st anniversary of that day, and the thousands of lives lost in World War II or that have passed since. This Light Up is organised by: 2/10th Field Regiment Association. Venue: Victoria Bridge, Brisbane City. Sunday, February 12, 2023.

Memorial Service for the Anniversary of the Fall of Singapore

The Reddacliff Place sculptures will be lit Red to recognise the Memorial Service for the Anniversary of the Fall of Singapore. 2/10th Field Regiment Association remembers the thousands of Australian soldiers, sailors airmen and nurses who lost their lives in the World War Two battle for Malaya and Singapore. Those who survived the battle were taken prisoner of war at the Fall of Singapore on 15 February 1942. One third of those captured died as POWs. The Memorial Service remembers the 81st anniversary of that day, and the thousands of lives lost in World War II or that have passed since. This Light Up is organised by: 2/10th Field Regiment Association. Venue: Reddacliff Place, Brisbane City. Sunday, February 12, 2023.

Memorial Service for the Anniversary of the Fall of Singapore

The Story Bridge will be lit Red to recognise the Memorial Service for the Anniversary of the Fall of Singapore. 2/10th Field Regiment Association remembers the thousands of Australian soldiers, sailors airmen and nurses who lost their lives in the World War Two battle for Malaya and Singapore. Those who survived the battle were taken prisoner of war at the Fall of Singapore on 15 February 1942. One third of those captured died as POWs. The Memorial Service remembers the 81st anniversary of that day, and the thousands of lives lost in World War II or that have passed since. This Light Up is organised by: 2/10th Field Regiment Association. Venue: Story Bridge, Kangaroo Point. Sunday, February 12, 2023.

Sweetheart Day

The Story Bridge will be lit Red and Blue to support Sweetheart Day. HeartKids is the only national not-for-profit organisation solely focused on supporting and advocating for all people impacted by childhood heart disease, one of the largest causes of infant death in Australia. Sweetheart Day is our national awareness day of the disease and aims to raise funds to support families and children affected. This Light Up is organised by: Heartkids Limited. Venue: Story Bridge, Kangaroo Point. Tuesday, February 14, 2023.

Sweetheart Day

The Reddacliff Place sculptures will be lit Red and Blue to support Sweetheart Day. HeartKids is the only national not-for-profit organisation solely focused on supporting and advocating for all people impacted by childhood heart disease, one of the largest causes of infant death in Australia. Sweetheart Day is our national awareness day of the disease and aims to raise funds to support families and children affected. This Light Up is organised by: Heartkids Limited. Venue: Reddacliff Place, Brisbane City. Tuesday, February 14, 2023.

Sweetheart Day

The Victoria Bridge will be lit Red and Blue to support Sweetheart Day. HeartKids is the only national not-for-profit organisation solely focused on supporting and advocating for all people impacted by childhood heart disease, one of the largest causes of infant death in Australia. Sweetheart Day is our national awareness day of the disease and aims to raise funds to support families and children affected. This Light Up is organised by: Heartkids Limited. Venue: Victoria Bridge, Brisbane City. Tuesday, February 14, 2023.

Anniversary of the Fall of Singapore

The Victoria Bridge will be lit Red to commemorate the Anniversary of the Fall of Singapore. 2/10th Field Regiment Association remembers the thousands of Australian soldiers, sailors airmen and nurses who lost their lives in the World War Two battle for Malaya and Singapore. Those who survived the battle were taken prisoner of war at the Fall of Singapore on 15 February 1942. One third of those captured died as POWs. The Day remembers the 81st anniversary of that day, and the thousands of lives lost in World War II or that have passed since. This Light Up is organised by: 2/10th Field Regiment Association. Venue: Victoria Bridge, Brisbane City. Wednesday, February 15, 2023.

Anniversary of the Fall of Singapore

The Reddacliffe Place sculptures will be lit Red to commemorate the Anniversary of the Fall of Singapore. 2/10th Field Regiment Association remembers the thousands of Australian soldiers, sailors airmen and nurses who lost their lives in the World War Two battle for Malaya and Singapore. Those who survived the battle were taken prisoner of war at the Fall of Singapore on 15 February 1942. One third of those captured died as POWs. The Day remembers the 81st anniversary of that day, and the thousands of lives lost in World War II or that have passed since. This Light Up is organised by: 2/10th Field Regiment Association. Venue: Reddacliff Place, Brisbane City. Wednesday, February 15, 2023.

International Childhood Cancer Day

The Story Bridge will be lit Yellow to support International Childhood Cancer Day. International Childhood Cancer Day is observed on February 15 every year and all over the world. The day raises awareness of childhood cancer and honors all the children and families experiencing the effects of the disease. This Light Up is organised by: Childhood Cancer Support. Venue: Story Bridge, Kangaroo Point. Wednesday, February 15, 2023.

Celebrate a wedding

City Hall will be lit Red to celebrate a wedding. Wedding Celebration taking place in City Hall. This Light Up is organised by: Melody Tafaghodi. Venue: Brisbane City Hall, Brisbane City. Saturday, February 18, 2023.

Small Steps For Hannah - In Memory of Hannah Clarke and her children

The Reddacliff Place sculptures will be lit Pink to support Small Steps For Hannah - In Memory of Hannah Clarke and her children. In loving memory of Hannah Clarke and her three children, Aaliyah, Laianah and Trey who tragically died two years ago. Their legacy lives on through the Small Steps 4 Hannah Foundation which exists to HALT the cycle of domestic violence so that everyone can feel respected, informed, confident to act, and safe. By taking small steps together, we can achieve giant leaps to HALT domestic violence. The Foundation will also be running a campaign of 19 days of Handstands - from February 1 - February 19. Hannah and the kids loved handstands and they ask the community to attempt/do a handstand upload to social media and share with us. This Light Up is organised by: Small Steps for Hannah Foundation. Venue: Reddacliff Place, Brisbane City. Sunday, February 19, 2023.

Small Steps For Hannah - In Memory of Hannah Clarke and her children

The Tropical Dome will be lit Pink to support Small Steps For Hannah - In Memory of Hannah Clarke and her children. In loving memory of Hannah Clarke and her three children, Aaliyah, Laianah and Trey who tragically died two years ago. Their legacy lives on through the Small Steps 4 Hannah Foundation which exists to HALT the cycle of domestic violence so that everyone can feel respected, informed, confident to act, and safe. By taking small steps together, we can achieve giant leaps to HALT domestic violence. The Foundation will also be running a campaign of 19 days of Handstands - from February 1 - February 19. Hannah and the kids loved handstands and they ask the community to attempt/do a handstand upload to social media and share with us. This Light Up is organised by: Small Steps for Hannah Foundation. Venue: Tropical Display Dome, Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha. Sunday, February 19, 2023.

Small Steps For Hannah - In Memory of Hannah Clarke and her children

The Victoria Bridge will be lit Pink to support Small Steps For Hannah - In Memory of Hannah Clarke and her children. In loving memory of Hannah Clarke and her three children, Aaliyah, Laianah and Trey who tragically died two years ago. Their legacy lives on through the Small Steps 4 Hannah Foundation which exists to HALT the cycle of domestic violence so that everyone can feel respected, informed, confident to act, and safe. By taking small steps together, we can achieve giant leaps to HALT domestic violence. The Foundation will also be running a campaign of 19 days of Handstands - from February 1 - February 19. Hannah and the kids loved handstands and they ask the community to attempt/do a handstand upload to social media and share with us. This Light Up is organised by: Small Steps for Hannah Foundation. Venue: Victoria Bridge, Brisbane City. Sunday, February 19, 2023.

Small Steps For Hannah - In Memory of Hannah Clarke and her children

The Story Bridge will be lit Pink to support Small Steps For Hannah - In Memory of Hannah Clarke and her children. In loving memory of Hannah Clarke and her three children, Aaliyah, Laianah and Trey who tragically died two years ago. Their legacy lives on through the Small Steps 4 Hannah Foundation which exists to HALT the cycle of domestic violence so that everyone can feel respected, informed, confident to act, and safe. By taking small steps together, we can achieve giant leaps to HALT domestic violence. The Foundation will also be running a campaign of 19 days of Handstands - from February 1 - February 19. Hannah and the kids loved handstands and they ask the community to attempt/do a handstand upload to social media and share with us. This Light Up is organised by: Small Steps for Hannah Foundation. Venue: Story Bridge, Kangaroo Point. Sunday, February 19, 2023.

2023 Heart Valve Disease Awareness Week

The Victoria Bridge will be lit Red to support 2023 Heart Valve Disease Awareness Week. hearts4heart is a leading health promotion charity supporting, educating, and advocating for people living with heart disease. For more information visit hearts4heart.org.au.  Heart Valve Disease Awareness Week (Feb 20 – Feb 26, 2023) helps raise awareness of this serious but treatable disease and encourages Australians aged over 65 to start a conversation with their doctors. This Light Up is organised by: hearts4heart. Venue: Victoria Bridge, Brisbane City. Monday, February 20, 2023.

2023 Heart Valve Disease Awareness Week

The Story Bridge will be lit Red to support 2023 Heart Valve Disease Awareness Week. hearts4heart is a leading health promotion charity supporting, educating, and advocating for people living with heart disease. For more information visit hearts4heart.org.au.  Heart Valve Disease Awareness Week (Feb 20 – Feb 26, 2023) helps raise awareness of this serious but treatable disease and encourages Australians aged over 65 to start a conversation with their doctors. This Light Up is organised by: hearts4heart. Venue: Story Bridge, Kangaroo Point. Monday, February 20, 2023.

2023 Heart Valve Disease Awareness Week

The Reddacliff Place sculptures will be lit Red to support 2023 Heart Valve Disease Awareness Week. hearts4heart is a leading health promotion charity supporting, educating, and advocating for people living with heart disease. For more information visit hearts4heart.org.au.  Heart Valve Disease Awareness Week (Feb 20 – Feb 26, 2023) helps raise awareness of this serious but treatable disease and encourages Australians aged over 65 to start a conversation with their doctors. This Light Up is organised by: hearts4heart. Venue: Reddacliff Place, Brisbane City. Monday, February 20, 2023.

2023 Heart Valve Disease Awareness Week

The Tropical Dome will be lit Red to support 2023 Heart Valve Disease Awareness Week. hearts4heart is a leading health promotion charity supporting, educating, and advocating for people living with heart disease. For more information visit hearts4heart.org.au.  Heart Valve Disease Awareness Week (Feb 20 – Feb 26, 2023) helps raise awareness of this serious but treatable disease and encourages Australians aged over 65 to start a conversation with their doctors. This Light Up is organised by: hearts4heart. Venue: Tropical Display Dome, Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha. Monday, February 20, 2023.

World Encephalitis Day

The Tropical Dome will be lit Red to support World Encephalitis Day. World Encephalitis Day raises awareness of the little know but common condition, encephalitis. Which devastates both those affected and their family's lives across the world. Encephalitis (inflammation of the brain) affects 500,000 people globally each year – more than certain types of meningitis and motor neuron disease, yet few people have heard of it. Help us go Red4WED! This Light Up is organised by: The Brain Foundation and The Encephalitis Support Group. Venue: Tropical Display Dome, Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha. Wednesday, February 22, 2023.

World Encephalitis Day

The Victoria Bridge will be lit Red to support World Encephalitis Day. World Encephalitis Day raises awareness of the little know but common condition, encephalitis. Which devastates both those affected and their family's lives across the world. Encephalitis (inflammation of the brain) affects 500,000 people globally each year – more than certain types of meningitis and motor neuron disease, yet few people have heard of it. Help us go Red4WED! This Light Up is organised by: The Brain Foundation and The Encephalitis Support Group. Venue: Victoria Bridge, Brisbane City. Wednesday, February 22, 2023.

Chaplain Watch Annual Gala Ball

City Hall will be lit Purple and White to support Chaplain Watch Annual Gala Ball. Gala Ball taking place in City Hall. This Light Up is organised by: ChaplainWatch. Venue: Brisbane City Hall, Brisbane City. Saturday, February 25, 2023.

Rare Diseases Day

The Victoria Bridge will be lit Blue Pink Green Purple to support Rare Diseases Day. Rare Voices Australia (RVA) is the peak body for Australians living with a rare disease. RVA provides a strong, unified voice to advocate for policy as well as health, disability and other systems that work for people living with a rare disease. Rare Disease Day is the globally coordinated movement for rare diseases, working towards equity in social opportunity, healthcare, and access to diagnosis and therapies for people living with a rare disease. This Light Up is organised by: Rare Voices Australia. Venue: Victoria Bridge, Brisbane City. Tuesday, February 28, 2023.

Rare Diseases Day

The Story Bridge will be lit Blue Pink Green Purple to support Rare Diseases Day. Rare Voices Australia (RVA) is the peak body for Australians living with a rare disease. RVA provides a strong, unified voice to advocate for policy as well as health, disability and other systems that work for people living with a rare disease. Rare Disease Day is the globally coordinated movement for rare diseases, working towards equity in social opportunity, healthcare, and access to diagnosis and therapies for people living with a rare disease. This Light Up is organised by: Rare Voices Australia. Venue: Story Bridge, Kangaroo Point. Tuesday, February 28, 2023.

Rare Diseases Day

The Reddacliff Place sculptures will be lit Blue Pink Green Purple to support Rare Diseases Day. Rare Voices Australia (RVA) is the peak body for Australians living with a rare disease. RVA provides a strong, unified voice to advocate for policy as well as health, disability and other systems that work for people living with a rare disease. Rare Disease Day is the globally coordinated movement for rare diseases, working towards equity in social opportunity, healthcare, and access to diagnosis and therapies for people living with a rare disease. This Light Up is organised by: Rare Voices Australia. Venue: Reddacliff Place, Brisbane City. Tuesday, February 28, 2023.