Progresif Cellular is hosting its fourth Cultural Night at the Jerudong Park Amphitheatre on Saturday at 7.30 pm, where members of the public will be treated to multicultural performances from around the world.

The event is held in conjunction with His Majesty the Sultan’s 72nd birthday celebrations.

Audiences can expect a showcase of cultural diversity expressed through a series of performances from traditional Bruneian dance, to performances by the Chinese, Indonesian, Thai, Malaysian, Indian, Filipino, Pakistani, New Zealand and British communities in the sultanate.

Local dancers stage a performance during Progresif’s 2017 Cultural Night. Photo: Ain Bandial/The Scoop

The event will bring more than 120 performers to the stage and culminate in a final performance entitled ‘Innovation (Animation) Dance’ — a dance that visually expresses the intersection of technology with arts and culture.

Admission to the event is free of charge and is open to the public. 

Devin Edwards, chief marketing officer of the telco said: “The cultural night demonstrates our dedication to arts and culture which is one of the four pillars under our corporate social responsibility programme.”

“The event is also an exercise to explore and showcase the wealth of creative talent from the many different cultures and countries that are represented in Brunei. The event has grown significantly over the past three years and we’re expecting this to be the best one yet.”

Indian dancers stage a performance during Progresif’s 2017 Cultural Night. Photo: Ain Bandial/The Scoop

There will also be a host of activities and prize giveaways, and Progresif has also partnered with the Big BWN Cookout to bring 18 local food vendors to the event.

They are: Meshi Bowl, Wings & Drummettes, Alya Jasmine Little Kitchen, Mj & Co, Soulfood Bn (, Tajun Enterprise, Uncle Sam’s Grilled Chicken,, The Penguine’s Kitchen, Mummy Mya Kitchen, SCG, Z-Family Mum’s Kitchen, Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, Chef Salleh, E.A.T BN, Jee Bake Away, Kyna Popsicle and Real Halohalo.

During the night, members of the public can also sign up for the country’s first mobile wallet dubbed Progresif PAY, buy a new SIM or top up credit at the Progresif booth.