Joyland Festival has announced the location for its 2023 festival. The 3-day event will be held on Peninsula Island, The Nusa Dua. Organizers have kept the location under wraps until this week. With more headliners to be announced soon, Joyland Festival 2023 is set to be an extravaganza.
Joyland Festival will be held on the stunning 17-19th March 2023 on Peninsula Island, The Nusa Dua. The area is synonymous with some of the island’s most luxurious hotels and recently played a huge role in Bali’s hosting of the G20 Summit in November 2022. The festival organizers, Plainsong Live, are based in Jakarta and are bringing the festival to Bali after the success of last year’s event in Jakarta.
Only a few headline acts have been announced so far. Last week organizers announced that Crumb, the American psychedelic rock band, will headline the event. The Brooklyn-based rock stars are doing a world tour this year, and Joyland Festival is their only stop-off in Asia.
In November, organizers released the name of the first big headline act for the 2023 festival. Grammy award-winning rock-pop band Phoenix will grace the stage on Peninsula Island in mid-March. The band, from France, have over 4.5 million monthly listeners on Spotify and is best known for their hits 1902, Tonight, and Lisztomania.
Three-day passes are in the second round of pre-sale, with tickets starting at IDR 488,00 (USD 32) and are available to buy from the Joyland Festival and Plainsong Live websites. The minds behind Joyland Festival are clear in their commitment to creating world-class events. Organizers say, “Our mission is to provide high-quality artists an extensive platform to showcase their creative expressions. Through our festivals and concerts, we are committed to presenting well-curated acts on our stages and creating memorable experiences for both artists and audiences alike.”
Festival-goers can expect to see international and Indonesian artists at Joyland Festival this March. The event also serves as a platform for emerging artists in the country. Organizers say, “We take pride in dancing to our own beat, dedicated to giving talented, and often less discovered, artists a louder voice. We are here to set new standards and to strive for a culture where quality precedes all else”.
Bali is posing live music lovers in 2023, and it is only the beginning of the year. Over the Christmas and New Year holidays, major international artists like Diplo, Sam Feldt, and Rufus du Sol all flew into the Island of the Gods. Bali’s leading beach clubs regularly host world-class DJs and performance artists. While Canggu has been crowned the party capital of Bali, entertainment venues and beach clubs in Uluwatu are attracting headline acts that are giving the buzzing tourist destination a run for its money.
Savaya Bali in Uluwatu has announced that Lost Frequencies will be performing live on the 3rd of March 2023. Registration for tickets is now open, and the venue is calling on music-lovers to register as soon as possible for what promises to be a sell out event.
Lost Frequencies is best known for chart-topping tracks like Are You With Me, Where Are you Now, and Back To You. Lost Frequencies, whose real name is Felix De Leat, has collaborated and produced tracks with international sensations like The NGHBRS, James Blunt, and Aloe Blacc.
This weekend, over in Canggu, R3HAB will be playing at Atlas Beach Fest. Tickets are still available to see the multi-platinum DJ play live at Bali’s newest beach club venue. R3HAB is famous for collaborations with artists like Sia, Timmy Trumpet, and Enny-Mae. Norhgwiean superstar DJ Alan Walker will be playing at Atlas on Wednesday, 25th January, and is set to play his biggest hits, Alone, Faded, and many more.
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