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Festival Highlights

Festival Highlights 1

Homemade

Homemade 2013 is a celebration of originality, collaboration and Singapore-made music. The music festival which is presented over 2 weekends this year, will present the intimate Homemade 2013 Unplugged session on 30 & 31 Aug. Some of the acts to look forward to are Inch Chua, The Bushmen and Koflow <In The Groove Project>.

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Festival Highlights 2

5 Streams

By Ibrahim Quraishi (Bambam Projects)

Explosive sounds, vocals, intense dance sequences, video streaming, live percussion and base guitars are combined to create a hypnotic performance...

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Festival Highlights 3

MoonGrazing

by OICsingapore

Throughout the two nights, the façade of the National Museum of Singapore will be transformed into a canvas for local artists to showcase their playful creativity...

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Festival Highlights 4

Night Lights 2013

Night Lights 2013 returns. This year, everyone is invited to become a lighting artist simply by using smart phones, tablets and even water!...

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Festival Highlights 5

Ultimate Inversion

Mega Stunt by J C Sum & ‘Magic Babe’ Ning

Witness history being made as “Asia’s most famous illusionists” (The Straits Times), J C Sum & ‘Magic Babe’ Ning, attempt the world’s first ever tandem upside down strait jacket escape!...

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Festival Highlights 6

Starlight Alchemy

Starlight Alchemy is back with their signature LED performance pieces for the second weekend of the Singapore Night Festival.

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Festival Highlights 7

Performing Arts

Enjoy a night of contemporary dance, curated by one of Singapore’s most promising arts groups, Maya Dance Theatre, along with Republic Polytechnic, Indian Cultural Group and Little Arts Academy and Apsara Asia.

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