These were the popular programmes held during the duration of the festival that were sourced through data research, which may include main programmes presented by NHB, as well as programmes that were initiated and driven by BBB stakeholders.
Local leading nightspot Zouk headlined the festivities for the second weekend with a 2-night outdoor dance party featuring a diverse mix of local and international artistes. Festival goers partied till 2:00 am and also got to experience a range of arts activities form a pyrotechnics show to graffiti art and turntablism.
Renowned Italian outdoor performing arts groups Studio Festi presented The Dancing Sky, which featured aerial acrobatics, dance, light and music across the National Museum of Singapore front lawn and onto the grounds of the Singapore Management University. With spectacular props such as floating orbs, a flying grand piano and a soaring ship, the entire area was transformed into a magical playground during the first weekend.
These were the noteworthy programmes held during the duration of the festival that added diversity and richness, which may include main programmes presented by NHB, as well as programmes that were initiated and driven by BBB stakeholders.
Taking place on the grounds of the National Museum of Singapore was a pasar malam (night bazaar) featuring food stalls, traditional game kiosks, flea-market stalls and outdoor film screenings.
The 5 museums in the Bras Basah.Bugis precinct teamed up to offer free late-night admission as well as special night programming til 2:00 am. Apart from the on-going museum exhibitions, the buildings were activated into hotbeds of artistic and cultural activities from treasure hunts to percussion music and Chinese hand puppetry.