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White night may refer to:
- White Night (band), southern california mutants
- White night, a night of the midnight sun on which it never gets completely dark
- White Night festivals, all-night arts festivals held in many cities worldwide in the summer
- White Night riots, violent events in San Francisco, California, United States in 1979
- White Night (novel), a 2007 book in Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files series
- White Night (film) is a 2009 South Korean mystery thriller film
- White Night (Baekya), a 1968 South Korean film
a "white night" might also refer to a night where one laid sleepless in bed all night long, see The Blue Castle.
White Nights may refer to:
- White Nights (1916 film), directed by Alexander Korda
- White Nights (1957 film), by Luchino Visconti
- White Nights (1985 film), a 1985 film starring Mikhail Baryshnikov and Gregory Hines
- White Nights (soundtrack), from 1985 film
- White Nights (radio), 2006 series
- White Nights (short story) by Dostoevsky
- White Nights Festival, an annual arts festival in St. Petersburg, Russia during the season of the midnight sun
- White Nights, practice at Jonestown, Guyana
- "White Nights" (song), a 2011 song by Oh Land
- White Nights (book), an autobiographical memoir by Menachem Begin, the sixth Prime Minister of Israel
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