Enlighten unveils the 2015 program

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THE 2015 Enlighten festival, wherein national institutions are wonderfully illuminated, has launched its program.

From indie-pop band Alpine to the aerial performance, Elements, and the quirky Physics of Beer workshop at Questacon, Enlighten’s program provides plenty of reasons to venture out after dark.

Enlighten’s Adelina La Vita says this year’s program integrates entertainment offerings from across the globe with the event’s trademark architectural projections.

“Enlighten will capture the imagination of locals and visitors as they are treated to world-renowned entertainment and performances from the UK, USA, Spain and Australia,” she said.

For the fifth year, six of Canberra’s most iconic buildings will come alive with colour and movement each night between 27 February and 7 March.

To view the Enlighten 2015 program and book tickets visit: www.enlightencanberra.com.au

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