Singapore Night Festival 2019

Singapore Night Festival 2019

Reimagine the night at Singapore Night Festival 2019 as the Bras Basah.Bugis district transforms into an ethereal wonderland.

Friday, 23 – 31 August 2019, 7.30pm – 12am @Bras Basah.Bugis

Look forward to an exciting line-up of arts, heritage and cultural experiences brought together by partners and stakeholders in the district.


Fuerza Bruta

Thursday - Saturday, 29 - 31 August 2019, 8.30pm, 9.45pm and 11.00pm @Cathay Green
Tickets: $15

Having performed to more than 6 million spectators in sold-out shows across 34 countries and 58 cities, here is your chance to see the internationally renowned Fuerza Bruta take Singapore by storm as the Argentinean troupe performs at the Singapore Night Festival.

Look forward to a 360-degree sensory theatre party spectacle performed over and around a standing audience. Brace yourself for an adrenaline rush in this kinetic combination of high energy and action-packed aerial acrobatics performance. Let reality take a backseat as performers soar to the skies and pack in plenty of surprises with mind-blowing lighting visual effects just inches away from you. A show that sets one free from inhibitions and transcends language and conventional theatre, here's your chance to fully immerse yourself and be brutally happy!


A Thousand Skies BY Suzzan Victor

17 Aug to 25 Aug | 7.30pm - 10pm |Level 3 Raffles City
Free Admission

A Thousand Skies is a nomadic pavilion with an urban vision to provide local communities with a broad ownership of use, whichever city it pops up in.


Aquatic Dream By Auditoire & Lekker Architects, co-presented by PUB, Singapore's National Water Agency

23 - 31 Aug | 7.30pm - 12am | National Museum Lawn
Free Admission

The lawn at the National Museum of Singapore is transformed to give a glimpse of life under the sea, a dream-like space teeming with life.


Before The Word By Pierre Ranzini & Cristina Di Pasquali (FR)

23 - 31 Aug | 7.30pm - 12am |  CHIJMES
Free Admission

Focusing on the philosophical concepts of language, Before The Word comes alive through sound, evoking landscapes and moments of nature. Juxtaposed against the backdrop of Singapore, the luminous sculpture symbolises different human civilizations coming together, drawing parallels to this city’s mix of cultures and traditions that enrich and unite one another.


Ember Rain By Starlight Alchemy

23 - 31 Aug | 7.30pm - 12am | Cathay Green
Free Admission

Create a mesmerising downpour of sparkling embers as you pedal on a bicycle in this interactive fire sculpture. The sparks generated represent catalysts of ideation and innovation, while the tower’s lotus-shaped petals symbolise the rebirth, purity and beauty of ideas flowing through space.


Graffiti Alive By Arup

23 - 31 Aug | 7.30pm - 12am | Armenian Street Alley
Free Admission

Watch as Graffiti Alive brings our local street art to life in an alley near Armenian Street, illuminating artworks with RGB spotlights and integrated motion sensors, and proving that street art is not just appreciated during the day.


Hyperbands By KopI/O

23 - 31 Aug | 7.30pm - 12am | LTA Walkway
Free Admission

Expressed as a single flowing ribbon, Hyperbands manifests the embodied energy of our fast-paced city through dynamic movements of light masses, in their multifarious states of manoeuvre.


Light Wave By Max Lab

23 - 31 Aug | 7.30pm - 12am | National Museum Lawn
Free Admission

A visual manifestation of wave energy transmission, Light Wave is an interactive light installation generating waves of dynamic lighting that travel across the tranquil water surface using light rods.


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