Singapore Night Festival returns with 13 light art installations in Bras Basah & Bugis district

Convolutions by EZ3kiel (FR) at National Museum (Photo: Bras Basah.Bugis Facebook page)

Haven’t got plans for this weekend? Why not take a walk along Bugis and Bras Basah and marvel at light exhibits at Singapore Night Festival 2017.

The largest outdoor performing arts festival is back with another edition, this time with 13 Night Light installations spread across the district. You can take a sneak preview of these highlights from the gallery below.

This year’s performances will be packed into the second week of the festival from 24 – 26 August, so as to allow visitors to explore the light art installations on the first weekend without the need to rush around to catch performances.

The festival is divided into five zones:

  • Zone 1: National Museum of Singapore & SMU School of Accountancy
  • Zone 2: Armenian Street, The Peranakan Museum, The Armenian Church & Singapore Philatelic Museum
  • Zone 3: Cathay Green & School of the Arts
  • Zone 4: SMU
  • Zone 5: Singapore Art Museum, Waterloo Street, National Design Centre, CHIJMES & Bras Basah Complex

Visitors can also refer to the Festival Map here to find the Night Light installations, performance locations and food stores at the Festival Village.

Event Details

What: Singapore Night Festival 2017
Where: Bras Basah and Bugis
When: 18 – 26 August 2017, from 7:30pm – 12:00am
Admission is free

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