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Superstar DJ Confirmed For Bali’s Most Popular New Year’s Eve Party

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Although we’re only just arriving in August, beach clubs in Bali already have their sights firmly set on the next big party season.

New Year’s Eve seems like it comes around quicker and quicker every year, and so Bali’s most iconic beach club has already announced the headline act for their famous NYE bash.

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Finns Beach Club is one of the biggest and most popular beach clubs in Bali.

The entertainment venue welcomes thousands of tourists and party lovers every single day, and the whole place is pumping this high season. 

The teams at Finns Beach Club have been dropping hints about who will headline their world-renowned New Year’s Eve party in 2023, and the wait is finally over.

The legendary DJ Fatboy Slim will be gracing the decks at Finns Beach Club to call in 2024. 

Best known for iconic club classics like Praise You, Right Here Right Now, and The Rockefeller Skank for party lovers around the world, the news that Fatboy Slim will be coming to Bali is big news indeed. 

Finns have revealed that the 2022/23 New Year’s Eve party sold out in record time.

With tickets ready for sale, fans should get a move on if they want to be in with a chance of calling in 2024 at the World’s Best Beach Club. 

As if a live set from Fatboy Slim was not enough, Finns have also annoyed that Jax Jones would be jetting into Bali for the occasion and KITO too. 

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Jax Jones is best known for tracks like You Don’tDon’t Know Me, feating RAYE, and Where Did You Go? Featuring MNEK.

With over 17 million monthly listeners, Jax Jones is going to bring the house down!

KITO is best known for her smash hit Bitter and the incredible Wild Girl – the Paul Woolford Remix, which quickly appeared on playlists around the world.

As promised, the Finns Beach Club New Year’sYear’s Eve Party 2023 is set to be bigger and better than ever. Early bird tickets are now on sale, and party loves can grab a 50% discount for the big night.

Some ticketing options have already sold out, and it looks like the event will sell out way before December comes around.  

General admission tickets on early bird price start at IDR 1,750,000. Of course, there are heaps of VIP options available.

From VIP Sunset Linger Tables to VIP Rooftops Tables, the VIP Lawn Beds, and the incredible VIP Oceanfront Beds, there is a NYE vibe to suit every style and every budget.

Tickets are available via the Finns Beach Club bookings website


For those eager to experience the magic of a big night out at Finns, there is no need to wait until the end of the year.

The beach club will be hosting its Finns Day Out 7th Anniversary Party on the 26th of August.

In true Finns style, a superstar headline act has been secured, and party lovers can look forward to a live set from chart-topping sensation deadmau5.

Best known for hits like Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff and I Remember, it’s going to be a night to remember for sure!


Finns Beach Club is one of the most well-known venues in Canggu. The area is easily Bali’s hottest destination right now and shows no sign of slowing down.

Finns Beach Club has long been the biggest and most famous beach club in the area but is facing some deathly competition these days with the arrival of the likes of Atlas Beach Club. 


Nightlife in Canggu is only going from strength to strength; home to some of the most popular art, clubs, and beach clubs on the island; everyone wants to party in Canggu right now.

While tourists are welcome and even encouraged to let loose and enjoy everything that the Canggu party scene has to the officer, authorities on the island are keen to reiterate that both the law and local culture should be respected at all times. 

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James Bond

Wednesday 2nd of August 2023

Finns the biggest club??? I thought Atlas is. And then that world famous DJ that nobody heard of before is already 60 years old...omg hahahaha


Thursday 3rd of August 2023

@James Bond, Fatboy Slim is a very famous dj, maybe not in the backwaters of Oz but possibly one of the biggest in the uk and europe.

petter gleeson

Wednesday 2nd of August 2023

owned by an australian criminal,

Wayan Bo

Thursday 3rd of August 2023

@petter gleeson, it’s owned by Indonesian lawyer.

Wayan Bo

Tuesday 1st of August 2023

Time Square on Broadway in NYC for New Year’s eve could be also a solution. International CNN broadcast guaranteed.


Tuesday 1st of August 2023

Oh dear lord. Another gathering for the narcissistic brigade. High quality turisme.


Friday 4th of August 2023

@jerry, Learn how to spell, retard.


Wednesday 2nd of August 2023


Hey, learn a new word? Are you mentally handicapped?


Tuesday 1st of August 2023

Authorities should make sure Atlas adheres to the Law by having their music at 70 decibels instead of destroying the homes, sleep and businesses of all those who live anywhere near them, rules for some but not others. Why have laws if they are going to be broken by these big beach clubs.


Wednesday 2nd of August 2023


Online it is mentioned "Local public ordinances and zoning laws stipulate outside amplification is forbidden, limiting amplified sound to enclosed sound-proofed interior spaces, specifying curfew hours by which amplified music must cease, and a specific outside decibel limit of 70 decibels in areas surrounding Bali night spots."

If the housing area is defined as residential then the limit is 55 dB usually measured at property border. Still if this noise is from music with deep bass the 55 dB limit is set to high.

The laws are to intimidate the weak while the rich and well connected can do as they wish.