The Singapore Night Festival returns with renewed energy

Singapore’s premier night-time arts and culture festival, the Singapore Night Festival (SNF), makes a comeback this August after a two-year hiatus.

The 13th edition, themed Rebirth, will be held from August 19 to 27, bringing the Bras Basah.Bugis (BBB) precinct to life again with over 55 vibrant and eclectic experiences, including six projection mapping installations, 14 Night Lights installations, over 30 performances, experiential programmes, masterclass workshops, as well as food and retail experiences.

interactive graffiti by local audio-visual maker Lynette Quek is among the highlights

Some highlights are an immersive theatre performance; a refreshing line-up of sensorial experiences; a projection showcase by Hungarian projection mapping studio Maxin10sity at the iconic National Museum of Singapore; an artistic light up projection mapping installation by artist Amanda Tan at the Stamford Court clock tower; and the interactive graffiti by local audio-visual maker Lynette Quek that will line the walls of tunnels, and be activated by sounds made by visitors in the spaces at Fort Canning Park.

Adrenaline-seekers can join the self-guided race, Heat Of The Night, to seek out clues and uncover stories behind the BBB precinct through a variety of activities.

The full programme line-up for Singapore Night Festival 2022 will be announced in the beginning of August 2022.

For more information, visit Singapore Night Festival 2022.

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