Bold and Beautiful, two key words to describe the Singapore Night Festival 2014. Ladies and Gentlemen, mark down in your calendars, the commencement of Singapore Night Festival 2014 tonight and happening over two weekends! Singapore Night Festival returns transform Singapore’s urban city landscape into a bright, colourful and dazzling playground! The Singapore Night Festival promises to dazzle the audiences and visitors with a range of interesting, fun and surprising performances and displays!
This is the seventh edition and I have been faithfully photographing and sharing about Singapore Night Festival, my Singapore Night Festival photography collection over the years from 2008 to 2013 can be discovered here on my Flickr collection! I have seen for myself how big and better the Singapore Night Festival has grown over the past few years and I am excited looking forward to Singapore Night Festival 2014! Let me share with you some of the artists performing at Singapore Night Festival 2014 and a few key fascinating and amazing Night Lights display!
The Singapore Night Festival 2014 headliner is William Close’s Earth Harp, that will transform the grand iconic and majestic facade of National Museum of Singapore into the largest stringed instrument in Singapore. The headliner act of every Singapore Night Festival till date since its debut always attracts a huge audience to watch their performances and this year’s headliner William Close would definitely attract a huge audience to come down and watch! For his first showcase at the Singapore Night Festival, William Close will push boundaries yet again and specially collaborate with celebrated drum group ZingO, Singapore’s very own Sound of Sirens, and Austrian-based collective Phoenix.
Night Lights, is a crowd favourite (yes, one of my favourite too!) is also returning and be part of Singapore Night Festival. Walk around the Singapore Night Festival 2014 ground to discover and explore the various Night Lights displays! There is one amazing Night Lights display, it’s a photographic light art installation, Divine Trees by renowned French artist-photographer Clement Briend. He overlays trees with haunting mirages of divine figures highly revered in Asian culture, creating the illusion of awakened deities towering over passers-by. This is simply amazing and breathtaking, you cannot miss this photographic light art display! A tripod is highly recommended for you to take this amazing Divine Trees light art display!
Armenian Street, will be also be transformed into an area of fun activities of performances, live music and even wrestling matches in a proper ring-and-ropes in the middle of the street! Inside the National Museum of Singapore, there is the iconic Fashion Gallery and dancers from THE ARTS FISSION Company will put on a sublime contemporary dance entitled Follies for e Birds.
For this year Singapore Night Festival 2014, a new feature is introduced and it will strike a chord deeply with Singaporeans. The Festival Village at Cathay Green, is a specially programmed space for festival-goers to eat, drink, relax and recap the fun at Singapore Night Festival 2014! That’s not only food and drinks, there are also flea market, band performances and film screenings!
There are many many more performances and displays at Singapore Night Festival 2014, you have to come down to this amazing event, explore and have fun with your family and friends! For more information and details of the programme and performances schedule of Singapore Night Festival 2014, here are some links for you to visit –
– National Museum of Singapore
– Bras Basah Bugis Precinct/Singapore Night Festival website
– National Museum of Singapore Facebook Page
– Bras Basah Bugis Precinct Facebook Page
Welcome to Singapore Night Festival 2014, it’s more than just Bold and Beautiful, it’s also Bigger and Better! Opening tonight on the 22nd August 2014 from 7pm to 2am, over two weekends, 22 and 23 August , and 29 and 30 August. Bring your friends, come on down to a Bold and Beautiful (and also Bigger and Better) Singapore Night Festival 2014!
** I would like to thank National Heritage Board and National Museum of Singapore for the information and details of Singapore Night Festival 2014 and also the preview of some of the artists and displays at Singapore Night Festival 2014! **