Bali is an incredible destination for nightlife lovers. From world-class beach clubs to some of the best fine dining experiences in Southeast Asia, night owls love the Island of the Gods.
With an ever-increasing demand for party travel in Bali, venues are pulling out all the stops to fly in some of the world’s biggest artists.
Atlas Beach Club, the biggest beach club in the world, will be welcoming international sensations Discourse to the stage on 29th October.
The bold dance duo has made an undeniable impact on the music world, with over 11 billion streams and a whopping 7 million albums sold worldwide.
Disclosure is best known for tracks like Latch, You & Me, and Talk. Their latest album, Alchemy, is filled with nothing but bangers, and their remix of Sam Smith and Kim Petras’ viral hit Unholy became one of the biggest dance tracks of 2022.
Early bird tickets for Disclosure at Atlas Beach Club are now on sale on the Atlas website and the ticketing platform Megatix. Tickets start at IDR 200,000, with VIP daybeds, sofas, and backstage exclusive packages starting at IDR 25,000,000 for groups of ten people.
As the end of the year is fast approaching, Bali’s leading venues are promoting their festive season events.
This year, it’s not only New Year’s Eve when party lovers can let loose, but over the 8th to 10th of December too.
Leading dance music event producers Djakarta Warehouse Project are bringing a world-class festival lineup to none other than Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park.
Tickets for Djakarta Warehouse, and Project XV Festival are selling out fast. Single-day tickets are available, as well as full festival passes and travel combo packages that include luxury hotel accommodation and transport to and from the festival park.
Headline acts include David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas, and Steve Angelo. For travelers planning trips to Bali during the upcoming high seasons, it’s best to keep an eye on the social media pages of the island’s biggest venues.
As beach clubs and more formal events venues like Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park work to bring in the crowds, party lovers can expect to see even more events announced all across the island.
Of course, the biggest weekend of all is New Year’s Eve. Venues like Savaya, Finns, Ulu Cliffhouse, and Atlas Beach Club have already announced some of their headline acts, and party lovers have tough choices on their hands.
For a decade Finns Beach Club has hosted the biggest New Year’s Eve party on the island. In previous years, headline acts have included the likes of international superstar Diplo.
This year, Finns will be calling the New Year in with none other than Fatboy Slim. The British musical legend is best known for tracks like Right Here, Right Now, and Praise You.
Fatboy Slim will be joined by Peking Duk, KITO, and Jaxx Jones for an unforgettable night of live music, partying, and celebrating life.
Atlas Beach Club has announced hit Martin Garrix will be center stage at the strike of midnight on 31st December.
For what is set to be one of the most popular NYE parties on the island this year, Atlas Beach Club highly recommends Bali lovers secure their tickets ASAP. We can expect that more headline artists will be announced soon.
Down in Uluwatu, the resort’s leading beach clubs have also revealed who will be calling in 2024 from the Bukit Peninsula.
The luxurious Savaya Beach Club has confirmed that Bedouin will be setting the vibes high for the upcoming year.
Savaya has also just revealed that Grammy award-winning Rüfüs Du Sol will be playing a DJ set at the club on January 5th.
Pre-registration for tickets is now open and will offer those who sign up the chance to get a 24-hour discounted ticket access before general admission tickets go on sale on the 11th of October.
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