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White Night a huge success

18 Mar 2013

The inaugural White Night Festival was an overwhelming success, with an estimated 300,000 people diverging into the city and Southbank on February 23.

The spectacular evening saw Southbank institutions such as the Arts Centre, Malthouse Theatre and NGV stay open between 7pm and 7am.

While the busiest part of the night was around 9.30pm, there were plenty of night owls out until the early hours, enjoying the novelty of White Night.

One of the major highlights of the night was the conversion of Flinders St Station entry into a music stage for acts to belt out tunes to the thousands of visitors all night.

Organisers say the night’s success will ensure a likely follow up will be on the cards again next year.

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