The Singapore Night Festival returns with a “Bold and Beautiful” theme! Featuring an explosive line-up of local and international artists, this year’s acts will go all out to thrill and tantalise with louder, edgier, and wilder performances. Immerse yourself in the grand spectacle of William Close’s Earth Harp, an ethereal performance-installation celebrating music in architectural environments, and never-before-seen collaborations with home-grown festival drum masters, ZingO, well-known female songstresses, Sound of Sirens and Austrian-based collective, Phoenix.
Chance upon magical Night Lights works through our festival grounds and re-discover the beauty of the spaces around you. Expect the unexpected at this seventh edition of the beloved festival where glamour and fine art takes its place among eclectic urban collectives, and high-octane pro wrestling showdowns alongside wacky improv acts such as Fat Kids are Harder to Kidnap: Something Borrowed, Something New by How Drama. To cap off an amazing night, don’t forget to visit the Festival Village for some good food or rock out at the Night Festival’s first-ever Block Party at Armenian Street!
The festival grounds are composed of five key zones – Pretty Arty, where an ensemble of beautiful, grand and vivid performances take center stage; Young Hearts, a space where budding artists and their playful, thought-provoking acts will tickle and charm our senses, Block Party, an eclectic street of raucous gigs, for those seeking a wild night of fun; Festival Village, a tantalising smorgasbord of artisan F&B, chill-out entertainment and a trendy flea market; and Roundabout Midnight a curation of enigmatic works for festival goers to let their wildest imaginations take flight.
Singapore Night Festival returns this Friday
The seventh edition of the Singapore Night Festival kicks off this Friday (Aug 22) and the organisers have promised it will be "louder and wilder" this year
The theme for this year’s annual light extravaganza is "Bold and Beautiful".
Urban hits will take centrestage in a performance by 10 DJs and musicians. Night Lights, a crowd favourite, will also return on a bigger scale.
Visitors will be able to enjoy light installations such as a "greenhouse car" - which questions the impact of industrialisation on the environment - or catch what is known as "flow art".
Singapore Night Festival 2014 Returns Starting This Weekend @ BBB
This weekend marks the return of Singapore Night Festival, transforming Brash Basah & Bugis precinct (a.k.a BBB according to NPark) into a nocturnal playground featuring creative arts, heritage and culture in the heart of the city. The festival will consist of 5 key zones:
- Pretty Arty – An ensemble of beautiful, grand and vivid performances take centrestage @ National Museum of Singapore.
- Young Hearts – Taking up spaces in SMU and SOTA where budding artists and their playful, thought-provoking arts will tickle and charm our senses.
- Block Party – An eclectic street of raucous gigs and performances along Armenian Street.
- Festival Village – F&B, chill-out entertainment and a flea market at Cathay Green area (Opposite SOTA)
- Roundabout Midnight – A curation of enigmatic works @ Singapore Art Museum (SAM) and Queen Street.
ART AND CULTURE SPILL ONTO THE STREETS AT NIGHT FESTIVAL!
A nocturnal extravaganza of spectacular aerial performances, music, dance and installation artworks at the heart of Bras Basah.Bugis precinct, Singapore’s arts and heritage district.
The main events will take place on the public green spaces of the Singapore Management University, with late night openings and special events at cultural venues like the National Museum of Singapore, Singapore Art Museum, the Peranakan Museum, The Substation, and more!