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800 Nanyang Polytechnic students organised a major countdown event on 11 April 2015 to mark the final 50 days in a few days, where about 4,000 people turned up to attend a concert and a sports carnival.
On 16 April 2015, the 50-day countdown began with various organisations stacking a number each through a video tribute.
Around 4370 athletes from 11 participating nations participated at the Games, which featured 402 events in 36 sports.
The games was opened and closed by Tony Tan Keng Yam, the President of Singapore at the aforementioned stadium.
The 2015 Southeast Asian Games used a mix of new, existing and temporary venues.
Given the city-state's compact size, most venues were pre-existing public-sporting facilities located in the suburban heartlands which were reverted to public use after the games.
Priced between S to S, priority sales for the opening and closing ceremonies tickets for those who registered theirs interests in 2014 began on 15 January 2015, while sales for the general public began on 22 January 2015.
The Singapore SEA Games Organising Committee (SINGSOC) was formed on 28 June 2012 to oversee the staging of the event.To encourage public participation in the games, it was announced on 28 January 2015 that 18 of the sports will be free for spectators, while the other 18 are kept at relatively affordable levels of between S to S.Organisers reported that ticket sales were pass 70% for most sports by 27 April, with fencing and swimming being the most popular at 85 and 70% tickets sold respectively, while rhythmic gymnastics, silat and wushu have also sold over 70%.It was the fourth time the country hosted the games and the first time since 1993. Singapore was originally awarded rights to host the Southeast Asian Games in 2011 after several delays from 2007 due to the construction of the New National Stadium.The games were held from 5 to 16 June 2015, although several events had commenced from .
No major retrofitting work were done in most venues as most had been used to host major multi-disciplinary events such as the 2010 Youth Olympic Games.