Yes, you read that correctly; Calvin Harris is coming to Bali! The world’s biggest DJ and producer will be taking his rightful place on the decks at luxury beach club Savaya on 31st March 2023. There is nothing but excitement surrounding this gig, and tickets are still available. You better book quickly; these tickets won’t be around forever, and you do not want to miss the chance to see Calvin Harris live in Bali.
Calvin Harris has been booked to celebrate Savaya’s Two Year Anniversary weekend at the end of March. Completing the lineup on Saturday and Sunday is Zakes Bantwini and Francis Mercier. General admission tickets start at IDR 1,700,000 (USD 110), and VIP tables and ticket packages are available strictly by request. The spacious venue includes four bars, including one swim-up bar, an expansive pool offering views of both the ocean and the DJ booth, and lavish VIP areas for an intimate and exclusive experience.
In terms of location, it doesn’t get better than Savaya. Tucked away in the up-and-coming destination of Uluwatu, the beach club sits high on limestone cliffs, surrounded by jungle, and offers truly breathtaking views over the Indian Ocean. The venue was previously known as OMINA and was rebranded as Savaya two years ago this month.
The staff at Savaya are the best in the business. From the bartenders to security, servers to hosts, the whole venue runs like clockwork. Easily the most luxurious beach club in Bali, Savaya is the jewel of Uluwatu’s nightlife crown. Savaya has a strict 21+ age policy, and ID will be checked at the door.
Calvin Harris is one of the most recognizable DJs and music producers in the world. With over 61 million monthly listeners on Spotify, there are very few artists that Calvin Harris has yet to collaborate with. He’s worked with the likes of Rihanna, The Weeknd, Dua Lipa, and so many more. His appearance at Savaya in Bali is set to be one of the biggest events of the year and is definitely not to be missed.
His instantly recognizable tracks include One Kiss with Dua Lipa, We Found Love with Rihanna, and the iconic anthem Summer. Calvin Harris’ 2012 album 18 Months quickly became the soundtrack to a whole generation of young party-goers.
Bali has long been one of the most important stop-offs on the global party trail. Keeping up with the likes of LA and Ibiza, Bali offers world-class venues and attracts an incredible array of international artists. Leaders in Indonesia want to see Bali improve its music and events tourism even more. So we can expect to see even bigger festivals, live concerts, and music events in the months and years to come.
In March, Bali will also welcome yet more international superstar artists, including Sigrid, M.I.A and Phoenix. These award-winning musicians have all been announced as headliners at Joyland Festival, which will be held in Nusa Dua on the 17th-19th of March. The festival is a huge celebration of music, stand-up comedy, film, culture, and so much more. The organizers have just announced an epic partnership with the Grand Hyatt Nusa Dua to provide a package accommodation and ticket deal.
There are dozens of live music events happening all around Bali every day of the week. If you want to party or event, just hang out and listen to a live band. You’re heading to the right place. On Sunday, 12th March, Hatch in Uluwatu will welcome international DJ legends Michael Mayer and Gui Boratto. Super early bird tickets have already sold out, and this Kompact Records event is set to raise the roof of Uluwatu’s favorite late-night dance hall, Hatch.
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