More Fun And Exciting Things To Do At The Singapore Night Festival!

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From jazz performances to traditional arts programmes and installations, there's more to discover at the Singapore Night Festival!

Finished exploring all of the Singapore Night Festival last weekend, and yearning for more? Well fret not, because there's certainly more to check out this 26 to 27 August weekend!

Here's what you can look forward to this coming weekend at the Singapore Night Festival:

Jazz’in @Capitol Singapore by Various Artists 

Photo Credit: Capitol Singapore

Venue: Capitol Singapore’s Outdoor Plaza
Date: 26 to 27 Aug 2022 
Time: 7.30pm to 8.30pm & 9pm to 10pm
Fee: Free admission

Jazz‚Äôin @ Capitol Singapore is a series of jazz concerts at Capitol curated by SNF‚Äôs programme partner Esplanade ‚Äď Theatres on the Bay. Featuring stellar homegrown jazz artists such as The Rhythmakers and Litmus Jazz Ensemble, Singapore Night Festival 2022 brings you four groovy evenings at the historic site of the Capitol exploring subgenres of jazz including swing, bop, Latin jazz, and more. Give your ears and souls a treat, and get on your feet!

Check out more information here.

After Dark @ Dhoby Ghaut Green 

Photo Credit: Dhoby Ghaut Green

Venue: Dhoby Ghaut Green (Entry via Dhoby Ghaut Station Exit A)
Date: now till 27 Aug 2022
Time: 6pm to 11pm, Daily (with extended hours to 12am on Fri & Sat)
Fee: Free admission

When the sun has set and the night has begun, the festival comes to life at Dhoby Ghaut Green. In the enchanting neon forest, vibe on with spectacular music, featuring local artists and DJs. Don't forget to get your hands on finger bites and delicious food, specially curated for this experience.

F&B Partners

  • Alley
  • Praffles
  • The Swag Social
  • Sofnade
  • Pop's Cafe
  • Tasty Chics
  • Wado
  • Vadai Queen
  • W Noodle

Festival Stage Performances

  • 24 Aug 2022 - Luqhere X Mad Jester (Electronic)
  • 25 Aug 2022 - Cosmic Alley with Music Covers
  • 26 Aug 2022 - Marian Carmel (Pop)
  • 27 Aug 2022 - RENE (Unplugged)

Heat Of The Night

Photo Credit: National Museum of Singapore

Venue: Register at Information Booth located outside National Museum of Singapore
Date: 26 to 27 Aug 2022
Time: 7.30pm to 11pm
Fee: $10 per person | Bundle deal: $50 for up to 6 persons in one group | Tickets available here

Experience a rush of memories this Singapore Night Festival 2022 and join a self-guided race down memory lane in the Bras Basah.Bugis (BBB) precinct. The fastest racers will be in the running for attractive prizes including dining vouchers and a staycation at The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore, on top of bragging rights! Gather your friends and families to solve clues and uncover stories (and heritage) behind some beloved spots of the BBB city centre through interactive activities. Buy your tickets for this self-guided race now!

This programme is co-presented by the National Heritage Board (NHB) and National Library Board (NLB) as part of Singapore Night Festival and Curiocity, an NLB initiative, to discover hidden stories and facets of Singapore’s past from the National Library and the National Archives of Singapore collections. #SGStoryTellers. 

A Date with Tradition at Stamford Arts Centre

Photo Credit: Stamford Arts Centre

Venue: Stamford Arts Centre, 155 Waterloo Street, Singapore 187962
Date: 26 to 27 Aug 2022 
Time: 7.30pm to 10.30pm
Fee: Free admission; Entry into select programmes on a first-come, first-served basis

Organised for the first time by Arts House Limited (AHL) and held in conjunction with the Singapore Night Festival (SNF), Stamford Arts Centre (SAC) will light up the night with over 20 interactive traditional arts programmes for A Date with Tradition. SAC will come alive with a myriad of multicultural activities spanning a wide range of art forms for all to enjoy. 

Visitors will get to groove to performances, such as Percussive Rhythms by well-loved Chinese chamber music ensemble Ding Yi Music Company, Indian Rainbow by Shantha Ratii Initiatives, and Mass Delay by P7:1SMA. Delve deeper into our traditional art forms through Get-To-Know sessions with groups, such as Traditional Arts Centre (Singapore) and experience art installations by local artists, such as Culture and Harmony by Leo Hee Tong and Celebration of Life+Style by Justin Lee. For more information, visit the SAC website.

Project Solitude

Photo Credit: National Museum of Singapore

Venue: Gallery Theatre, Basement Level, National Museum of Singapore
Date: now till 3 Sep 2022
Time: 2pm to 4pm, 5pm to 12am (26 & 27 Aug 2022) | 2pm to 6pm (On other days)
Fee: Free admission

Had a hectic week and can’t wait to take a minute for yourself? Project Solitude is an immersive installation that invites visitors to slow down in today’s fast-paced society. Through the showcase, we hope visitors are able to reconnect with their sense of self and the things they may overlook in their daily lives, bringing them some solace to their day. 


Photo Credit: National Museum of Singapore

Venue: Glass Atrium, Level 2, National Museum of Singapore
Date: now till 27 Aug 2022
Time: 2pm to 4pm, 5pm to 12am (26 & 27 Aug 2022) | 2pm to 6pm (On other days)
Fee: Free admission

Love the natural world? Watch the botanical and zoological species depicted in the National Museum of Singapore‚Äôs William Farquhar Collection of Natural History Drawings come to life! Go on a ‚Äėvoyage‚Äô to discover the plants and animals of Southeast Asia with this digital installation that will inspire young and old.

Hawkapura: Atmosphere, Character, Flavours

Photo Credit: National Museum of Singapore

Venue: NMS LED Wall, Level1, National Museum of Singapore
Date: now till 31 Dec 2022
Time: 10am to 7pm
Fee: Free admission

In visualising and creating various everyday and specialty dishes across generations, Singapore has proudly carved its own identity and passion centring around the subject of food. With the introduction of dedicated spaces for hawker stalls and their constant development over the years, the uniquely Singaporean hawker culture continues to remain strongly rooted in the hearts of locals.

RSCLS and MARIHADALITTLESHEEP (featuring Rene Foo) have come together for this video collaboration to paint their take on their observations of the streets. In the process of creating this piece, the artists visualise street art and food as two beings growing hand in hand as they undergo parallel changes over time. Embodying a hint of playfulness and vibrancy, the artwork aims to introduce a fresh perspective on hawker culture to audiences, highlighting the subtle similarity in the identities of the streets and its food and art.

The life-sized pushcart and the hawker apparatus on view here are an artistic salute to the street vendors who have contributed to our rich heritage and culture.


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Leona Quek
Blessed with 3 handsome and loving boys in her life. Two of them call her Mommy, the other calls her Wifey. Every night, she wishes for an early bedtime, but misses her babies as soon as they sleep.

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