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.
Starlight Alchemy debuted at SNF with a collection of performance pieces using fire and self-created LED tools, set against the facade of the National Museum of Singapore. Their final performance each night included a free play-and-jam session where festival goers could try their hand at playing with the LED manipulation tools.
In this aerial dance performance, dancers demonstrated their acrobatic creativity and agility as they negotiated the pyramid structure made of ropes that was suspended in mid-air outside the National Museum of Singapore. With the ropes as their only form of support, the dancers breathed life into the pyramid structure, and gave shape to the spaces in between.
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.
A crowd favourite from The Substation’s multidisciplinary programming has always been this late-night gig that brings together the best of live indie music. This edition treated festival goers to a thrilling mix of emerging and established indie, alternative and hard-core musicians and bands from Fauxe, Sub:Shaman, Youth Wreck, Instigator Afro Beat Orchestra and many more.
Held in conjunction with interactive multimedia installation - Luminous Depths - by Lee Mingwei, the Peranakan Museum presented 3 Singaporean musicians from 3 distinct genres as part of a multifaceted campaign that paid tribute to the phoenix rising out of the ashes. The 3 music sets featured Dharma and Bani Haykal from The Observatory, Kiat and AION.