Nuit Blanche Taipei returns to Taipei for its mind-blowing all night art & music event

Nuit Blanche Taipei returns to Taipei for its mind-blowing all night art & music event

85+ performances & experiences start from 6pm on October 6, 2018!

TAIPEI, September 30, 2018 -- Taipei’s third annual Nuit Blanche event starts from 6pm on October 6 2018, and takes place across 24 different venues accessible from Minquan W. Road Station and Yuanshan Station on the red line of the MRT. Organized by Taipei City Government Department of Cultural Affairs, over 30 art, music and film performances have been officially scheduled, running from 6pm on October 6 through to 6am the next day, while more than 55 other “Off Program” experiences and performances take place at other venues across the city.

Starting in Paris in 2002, Nuit Blanche (which translates as “White Night”), is an all-night contemporary-art festival that has now been celebrated in over 120 cities worldwide. The Taipei edition of Nuit Blanche started in 2016, making this edition its third year, with expectations of breaking the record 200,000 people that took part in Nuit Blanche activities last year.

For more information about Nuit Blanche Taipei, including photos and videos, visit the official website: nuitblanchetaipei.info

Taiwan is a progressive wonderland that loves to celebrate creativity, music and the arts, and there’s always lots to see, do and experience at any time of year. Find out more about visiting Taiwan and what you can do there on the Taiwan Tourism Bureau’s website: eng.taiwan.net.tw

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