Usher In A New Era Of Entertainment At Marina Bay Sands With Spectra
The Marina Bay Sands has always been a must-see when you visit Singapore. Now, this is a stop you definitely don’t wanna miss with their new light and water show that is unique in style and boasts state-of-the-art technology.
Marina Bay Sands is set to unveil an unprecedented entertainment experience with a new, state-of-the-art light and water show, Spectra, on 2 June.
The city skyline will glimmer with a kaleidoscope of colours and spectacular lights each night with Spectra, a free-to-public outdoor light and water show displayed over the water at the Event Plaza along the promenade.
Combining an array of state-of-the-art lasers, lighting, water effects and projections, the show promises to be a multimedia extravaganza set to an orchestral soundtrack composed by awardwinning local music producer Kenn C. At the heart of the performance lies a bespoke, 12-metre tall laminated glass-and-stainless-steel prism that bursts into life throughout the show.
“Marina Bay Sands is pleased to unveil its new light and water show, Spectra, a stunning multimedia experience that uses unprecedented levels of technology to transform the skyline of Marina Bay every night and enhance Singapore’s urban landscape. This new show has given us the opportunity to work with homegrown talent and global creative artists to produce an experience that is compelling from start to finish. It shows our commitment to continually reinvest and refresh our entertainment offerings, to draw new and repeat visitors to our integrated resort.” – Mr. George Tanasijevich, President and Chief Executive Officer of Marina Bay Sands
The world-first production, which took two years to create, is designed to take viewers on a fouract journey, beginning with Singapore’s origins as a cultural melting pot, and ending with a glimpse into its future as a global city and beacon of innovation. Key to this narrative is a selection of innovative water fountain technologies, including pyramids, gyroscopic arcs and straight jets, as well as lava and mist effects, many of which create a canvas for vibrant projections.