Indeed, it’s an exciting few months ahead with the return of annual events after the rath of COVID-19. And wonderfully, Singapore Night Festival is the latest festival makes a comeback this August 2022.
From August 19 to 27, discover over 55 beautiful installations and light projects as well as fascinating secrets of arts, heritage and cultural experiences. The extravaganza takes place across Bras Basah-Bugis, Fort Canning Park, Armenian Street and more.
Excitingly, most events are free-to-enter. Festival goers can expect a wide range of night light installations, colourful artworks, performances, projection mapping and more centered around the 2022 theme of Rebirth.
Festival highlights include Glitches Of You by Amanda Tan which explores a very personal account of multicultural modern identity through projections using soundtracks at Stamford Clock Tower.
Meanwhile, Stories From Forbidden Hill at National Museum is a visual narrative of Singapore’s mythical origins and history dating back to the 14th century by Maxin10sity. Certainly, it is set to mesmerise visitors. Additionally, An Ocean Without The Anchor by Speak Cryptic conveys a message of hope in darkness outside Raffles City, to name a few.
Definitely, Singapore Night Festival is a major instagrammable opportunity for those who love a good photo or whipping up the likes on social media, while celebrating Singapore’s rich heritage and culture.
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