19 - 27 Aug‘22

6 Highlights of Singapore Night Festival 2022

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19 – 27 August 2022
7.30pm – midnight daily

The Singapore Night Festival, one of the red dot’s more anticipated art festivals, is back again in August for its 13th edition! Themed Rebirth, this year’s festival will light up the Bras Basah.Bugis precinct with more than 55 vibrant and eclectic experiences. Each display will illuminate the island’s lesser-known stories, and you can expect a wide range of activities such as projection-mapping installations, 14 Night Lights installations, experiential programmes and loads of food and retail fun!

Those looking forward to performances are in for a treat, too, as there will be more than 30 performances by various performing arts groups. Selected local artists will also share their capabilities – think design skills and processes for projection-mapping installations – in Masterclass workshops.

This in-depth map and lineup shows you where each display is located.

Want a sneak peek into Singapore Night Festival 2022? Check out these highlights:

SG Night Festival
Image credit: Stanley Chee

1.  Projection Mapping & Night Lights
It’s so fun to wander around all the buildings and see the projection mappings and night lights for Singapore Night Festival. You can search all the different displays on this Festival Map and most of these are free and easy to walk to enjoy at your leisure.

Singapore Night Festival - Glitches of You by Amanda Tan

2. Glitches of You by Amanda Tan
This projection-mapping installation explores a multicultural modern identity in glitch art and fractured pixels. The piece is inspired by Amanda’s personal history and experience, as a child of dual cultures. The projection embraces the Stamford Court clock tower and takes you on a fragmented visual journey where the past meets the present.
Date: 19 – 27 August 2022
Time: 7:30pm – midnight
Venue: Stamford Clock Tower
How much: FREE. Click here for more info.

3. Tunnel Graffiti by Lynette Quek

Singapore Night Festival - Tunnel Graffiti
Artist impression, courtesy of Lynette Quek

Walk through a portal into another dimension, as Tunnel Graffiti reimagines the motifs of life in old Singapura captured in the Fort Canning Mural Wall reliefs with contemporary expressions. The artwork is interactive and is activated by sounds captured in the space. It’s a beautiful lesson in highlighting how human activities are the catalyst for change in the surrounding environment.
Date: 19 – 27 August 2022
Time: 7:30pm – midnight
Venue: Fort Canning Park Tree Tunnel
How much: FREE. Click here for more info.

4. Cathay Hotel: The Curse of the Missing Red Shoe

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An immersive theatre performance by Vertical Submarine, you’re invited to solve a thrilling mystery in the large-scale recreation of the Cathay hotel. In this gripping anti-fairytale adventure, iconic Cathay characters such as Mat Bond, Pontianak and Mambo Girl are brought back to life in a surreal version of old Singapore. Expect an intimate encounter with Singapore’s post-war era as you revisit bygone film characters and their origins.
Date: 19, 20, 24, 25, 26 & 27 August 2022,
Time: 7:30pm and 8:45pm, with an additional show at 10pm on Fridays & Saturdays
Venue: Cathay Green (opposite the Cathay Building)
How much: $33 per pax. Click here to purchase tickets (get 10% off in early bird discounts!)

5. Yesterday Once More: Queen Street by Inch Chua & Tim De Cotta

Singapore Night Festival - Yesterday Once More-Queen Street

Travel through the history of Queen Street with song and sonic storytelling, as you learn the stories of the residents of Queen Street – the dhobies, Auntie Cecilia who lived through the Japanese occupation, a young mother who sold noodles come rain or shine, a bride who waited for her groom to turn up, and a seasoned pole dancer. This roving theatre performance is complemented by high-definition audio and a gorgeous soundtrack by local musician Inch Chua, original music by Tim De Cotta and performances by Euphoria Pole & Aerial Studio, Chowk Productions and CJ Bubble Girl.
Date: 19, 20, 26 & 27 August 2022
Time: 8:30pm & 9:30pm
Venue: Various locations along Queen Street
How much: FREE. Click here for more info.

6. Heat Of The Night
Join this self-guided race to find clues and uncover stories behind the Bras Basah.Bugis precinct through an array of exciting activities. The fastest racers stand a chance to win attractive prizes! Ticketing information will be released later in August 2022!

Want to find out more about the various Singapore Night Festival installations? Click here for a detailed list of installations, displays and performances plus all the ticketing information you need!

Event Price

Selected events are ticketed. Click the Book Now link for more info!

Event Location

Bras Basah.Bugis
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