We are now heading into the second weekend of Singapore Night Festival 2018. There’s much, much more beyond the performances and Night Lights installations at this year’s Singapore Night Festival!
Check out these eight exciting events happening during the second weekend of Singapore Night Festival 2018 (23-25 August)!
Face Painting with Cosmoprof Academy
Bring the kids down to the NMS lawn and let them be a part of the Aquatic Dream with a fun face-painting experience!
Makeup academy, Cosmoprof, will be turning the young ones into deep sea creatures for the night.
National Museum of Singapore Lawn
23-25 August 2018 | 7.30 pm-10.30 pm
Head over to the MINT Museum of Toys for a whimsical night exploring the art and evolution of toy-making!
Families can hear from the museum’s curator and a special toymaker on how toys can be used for good causes. Kids will even get the chance to create their own toys!
Toy-making through the years | MINT Museum of Toys
MINT Museum of Toys, Level 3
25 August 2018 | 6.30 pm-9.30 pm
gListen Jazz at the National Library
What happens when jazz and regional music collide? Presented by the Jazz Association (Singapore), gListen Jazz at the National Library presents jazzy and unique arrangements of songs from Singapore and the region.
gListen Jazz at the National Library | National Library Board
National Library Building, The Plaza, Level 1
25 August 2018 | 7.00 pm-8.30 pm
Come start off your evenings with the next generation of local musicians, as they strut their stuff at this showcase held on West Plaza Steps of the School of the Arts (SOTA). It features an eclectic mix of music, expect original compositions, dynamic covers and of course, loads of fun!
SOTA Bands | School of the Arts
SOTA West Plaza Steps
23-24 August 2018 | 7.00pm
Singapore: Scenes and Songs
Enjoy an outdoor slideshow of old photographs of Singapore at the Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film.
The exhibition will even be accompanied by performances by a popular local busker!
Singapore: Scenes & Songs | Objectifs
Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film
24-25 August 2018 | 7.00pm-9.30pm
The Peranakan Museum
Armenian Street may be hoarded up for roadworks this year, but not to worry – The Peranakan Museum’s doors are still wide open to celebrate arts, traditions and craftsmanship!
Join in exclusive workshops on design and photography at Meet-the-Makers, do a spot of stargazing, dress up and take a vintage carte de visite photo, and immerse in dizzying colourful art installations!
Singapore Night Festival at Peranakan Museum | Peranakan Museum
17, 18, 24 & 25 August 2018 | Activities from 7.00pm-11.00pm
Free admission to the Peranakan Museum from 6.00pm-12.00am (including 23 August 2018)
No Pain No Game
Frenemies who love challenging each other to a good showdown will love the “no pain no game” exhibition at SMU Lyf.
The exhibition, organised by German artist duo //////////fur//// and commissioned by the Goethe-Institut, allows visitors to try their hand at interactive and immersive installations that feature multi-sensory games created to challenge their courage, muscles, logical thought and sense of humour.
no pain no game | Goethe-Institut
SMU Lyf (71-77 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178895)
23-25 August 2018 | 7.30 pm-12.00 am
DJ Shellsuitand Ridz
End the night on a high at Timbre with DJ Shellsuit’s groovy tunes, paired with live percussions and fiery tempos!
Expect a heady mix of funk, soul, and world music that will get those feet dancing away.
DJ Shellsuit & Ridz | Timbre
24-25 August 2018 | 11.00 pm-11.45 pm