In conjunction with Luminous Depths by Lee Mingwei, the Peranakan Museum presents Creative Destruction – a multifaceted campaign that pays tribute to the phoenix rising out of the ashes. Three Singapore musicians from three distinct genres will present original tunes inspired by Luminous Depths. Listen to them perform these exclusive tunes and more at the Peranakan Museum during the Singapore Night Festival 2013.

// Dharma & Bani Haykal [The Observatory]
Founded in 2001, The Observatory is an avant-garde rock band and experimental music group that stirs up a potent concoction of emotionally powerful extremes.

// Kiat [Syndicate]
Long time stalwart of Singapore’s underground music scene, Kiat has been championing the darker side of electronica for over 17 years. Tonight he will perform a full drum and bass set LIVE for the very first time.

AION is a project led by Nick Chan that includes MC/producer SWTLKR (Vijay Singh) and Syairazi, one of the founding members of acclaimed Monster Cat. This powerful debut will feature the explosive drums of Adam Shah and visuals by Lucas Burrows.

While at the museum, take the time to participate in the special art installation Luminous Depths by Lee Mingwei; by doing so, you will help the museum acquire a new object.

Singapore Night Festival at Peranakan Museum
Friday & Saturday, 23 & 24 August, and Friday & Saturday, 30 & 31 August
Free admission to galleries from 6pm to 2am
Activities from 7 to 11pm

Explore the Peranakan Museum after hours with your family and friends, and kick back with unique performances that fuse the contemporary and the traditional. Leave your mark in the glow-in-the-dark graffiti room or contribute to our community project, Lightscape.

Don’t miss this annual late night experience!

Be one of the first 300 visitors and receive a museum collectible.*
*While supplies last. Terms and conditions apply.



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