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Date [ 2014-09-11, 07:26 ]

Taking a look back at this display of lights.

Austrian-based collective Phoenix dazzling audiences outside the National Museum of Singapore for the Singapore Night Festival 2014’s closing weekend. A show like no other, Phoenix’s gravity-defying display was accompanied by William Close’s “Earth Harp”.

(Singapore=Koreanpress) Benjamin Kim = This festival 2014 was back for the second and final weekend of last month, which fell from Friday 29 to Saturday 30 August 2014, from 7pm to 2am.

It transformed the Bras Basah Bugis Precinct into a dazzling playground filled with unexpected surprises all night long. Themed ‘Bold and Beautiful’, the seventh edition of the much-loved and iconic Singapore Night Festival featured over 70 of the most talented musicians, visual artists and performing arts groups.

The Singapore Night Festival provided a platform for emerging and world-class talents, both local and international, to display a variety of eclectic performances, extraordinary light art and exciting activities for festival-goers to enjoy.

Headlining the last weekend was specially commissioned performances between international artists, William Close from the United States and Austrian-based collective, Phoenix.

A delight for the senses, the night was filled with jaw-dropping acrobatics, pyrotechnics and music, right in front of the National Museum of Singapore. On top of this exciting collaboration, local Singapore Pro-Wrestlers brought their heavyweight action out onto Armenian Street!

Here are pictures to bring back memories of the final night of the Singapore Night Festival 2014.

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• Wrestling fans were treated to theatrical, heavyweight action as the stars of Singapore Pro Wrestling slugged it out for the crowds on Armenian Street during the Singapore Night Festival 2014.

Wrestling fans were treated to theatrical, heavyweight action as the stars of Singapore Pro Wrestling slugged it out for the crowds on Armenian Street during the Singapore Night Festival 2014.

The ARTS FISSION Company transformed the National Museum of Singapore’s iconic Fashion Gallery into a roosting place for migratory birds, where festival-goers were treated to a dance showcase and play with a whimsical plethora of movable art installations.


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