In April 2023, Bali will welcome Australian musical legend Xavier Rudd.
If you don’t know him by name, you certainly know his music. ‘Follow The Sun’ is the ultimate traveler tune and is Xavier Rudd’s biggest hit.
2023 will be a big year for music in Bali. In the coming months, the island is set to welcome some of the world’s biggest music artists. Just last week, the island celebrated Joyland festival with headline acts like Sigird and M.I.A.
On Saturday, 15th April, Xavier Rudd will play live at Canggu’s Old Man’s Bar. The venue is perfect for this one-of-a-kind superstar. Tickets are selling fast. The third wave of tickets is now on sale and is set to sell out.
Door tickets are strictly limited and cost more than the third wave. If you want to be part of one of Bali’s biggest musical events this year, you have to snap up your tickets as soon as possible.
Tickets are available online. Third-wave tickets cost IDR 600,000 plus booking fees and card charges. This will be an evening to remember.
Xavier Rudd is described as “a distinctly Australian-looking musician, activist, and surfer.” His voice and acoustic melodies have been the soundtrack to countless wanderlust adventures all around the world.
While Xavier Rudd is best known for his hits ‘Follow The Sun’ and ‘Spirit Bird, ‘ his appearance at Old Mans in Canggu will feature tracks from his latest album Jan Juc Moon.
Rudd is on tour throughout 2023, with dates in Europe in the summer and Melbourne Bluesfest in early April. As his tour dates stand at the moment, this will be his only live concert in Indonesia this year.
Xavier Rudd could not have picked a better venue for his stopover in Bali. Self-proclaimed as “Bali’s Most Iconic Place,” Old Man’s Canggu is a classic surfer bar that remains one of the most popular venues on the island.
A true backpacker, surfer, and wanderer hang out, no trip to Canggu is complete without a wild night out at Old Man’s. Have you heard of their legendary Dirty Ol’ Wednesday events? Trust us; you don’t want to miss the chance to be at Old Man’s on Hump Day!
For anyone heading to Canggu just for the gig, why not stay a little longer in town? Canggu is the most happening place in Bali right now. There is so much to explore, especially if you love surfing, partying, and…well…eating!
Canggu is home to some of the coolest surfer cafes in Bali. Let’s be honest. If you’re going to be soaking up all the good vibes at Old Man’s on the 15h April, you’re going to need to refuel on the morning after the night before.
Current favorite brunch spots in Canggu include Crate, Milk & Madu, and Good Mantra. Want more ideas? Of course, you do! Also, check out Ruko Cafe, Nude, and The Shady Shack.
2023 is a big year for music in Bali. On the 31st of March, Uluwatu’s most luxurious beach club, Savaya, will celebrate its second anniversary. In true Savaya style, no expense has been spared. Savaya is proudly presenting Calvin Harris to raise the roof on their birthday celebrations.
Tickets are, of course, selling fast. General admission tickets are available (for now!) and cost IDR 2,000,000. V.I.P. Tables are available for booking strictly by request.
It is true that if you love surfing, partying, and eating, then Canggu is the perfect destination in Bali for you. But if you prefer those off-the-beaten-track vibes, you’ve got to get yourself to Uluwatu.
Tucked away on the very southern tip of Bali, Uluwatu is the island’s up-and-coming destination. Balancing the perfect amount of surfer cafes, boutique guesthouses alongside stunning landscapes, and a super chilled-out atmosphere, Uluwatu is an absolute must-visit.
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