This year's theme is Rebirth, where local artists and the community will reimagine the precinct in a whole new light.
The Festival will feature over 55 vibrant and diversified events that will shed light on lesser-known stories of the BBB arts and cultural area.
Festival goers can expect six projection mapping projects, 14 Night Lights installations, more than 30 performances by performing arts groups, immersive programs, and food and retail experiences.
Festival highlights include the immersive theatrical production Cathay Hotel: The Curse of the Missing Red Shoe, where you can relish in the excitement of solving a mystery set amidst the grandeur of a large-scale reconstruction of the Cathay Hotel.
The National Museum of Singapore will be illuminated in an enthralling projection exhibition by Hungarian projection mapping studio Maxin10sity.
A short distance away, the Stamford clock tower will be lit up by artist Amanda Tan's interpretation of a multicultural, modern identity.
If you're up for a challenge, join the Heat of the Night, a self-guided race in which players hunt for clues and explore tales behind the BBB precinct through a variety of activities.
The fastest racers have a chance to win fantastic prizes!
Early bird ticket sales for Cathay Hotel: The Curse of the Missing Red Shoe and Heat Of The Night are available from July 21 to August 2.
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Date: 19-27 Aug 2022
The full programme for Singapore Night Festival 2022 will also be released in early August.
It'll be good, we promise 😊
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