When Neon Lights disappeared last year after stirring up the local music calendar in 2015 and 2016, we were worried. Was it yet another victim of Singapore’s seemingly stagnant arts scene? Did someone bring drugs in? Did floral shirt-touting hipsters litter the grounds too much? Thankfully, no such things happened, and the music festival returned earlier this month with three days of top-notch music and art performances. A big part of the event was plagued by rain and mud, but really, would it be any fun otherwise?