Sunny Side Up dubs itself as one-of-a-kind festival, and this year’s list of performers might attest to that once again. In 2019, the music festival is elevating the tropical vibes here in Bali with scheduled performances from Flume, Grace Carter and TOKiMONSTA, among several others. On its sixth edition this year, the festival will take place at the Manarai Beach House in Nusa Dua.
Saturday, August 24 at Manarai Beach House. Doors open at 3pm. The event is 18+ and presale tickets are IDR 1,000,000++/ person, available on Loket.com.
This Saturday, Mission Paws’ible is hosting its inaugural Dogs Day Out, where you can bring your dogs and let them mingle with with other four-legged cuties. It’s also a chance to meet a “paw’fect match” for those who are looking to adopt a canine friend.
“Dogs Day Out is all about meeting other dog lovers and experiencing a fun day with your dog or meeting some our adoptables,” Mission Paws’ible told Coconuts Bali. According to the organization, memorable events like this can serve as a tool to help even more animals.
Saturday, August 24 from 3pm-6pm at The Dog Club in Umalas. Free but limited entry. RSVP here.
There’s a lot going on at the annual Sanur Village Festival this year. The 5-day festival will feature Indonesian musicians, from Kunto Aji to Bali’s very own Nosstress, a bonsai festival, latte art competition, photography exhibition, and of course, a whole lot of food to select from. But that’s just a few of the things organizers have lined up on the festival’s 14th year. Find out more details about it here.
The festival is ongoing until Sunday, August 25 at Sanur’s Pantai Matahari Terbit. Free entry.
American DJ Gryffin, known for his remixes of popular tracks such as Tove Lo’s “Talking Body” and Maroon 5’s “Animals,” will be performing a DJ set this Friday at OMNIA Bali, as part of the day club’s monthly Sun & Moon party. It looks set out to be a dancing all-day-and-night kind of event, with the cool breeze coming off the Uluwatu cliffs and the stunning view of the Indian ocean to enjoy while you’re at it.
Friday, August 23 at OMNIA Dayclub in Uluwatu. From 12pm onwards. The event is 21+ and presale GA tickets are IDR 400,000++/person, available for online purchase here.
If you’ve ever wondered what a festival built with 100% renewable energy might look like, then here’s your chance: Greenpeace Indonesia’s Summer Festival 2.0, which will take place in Celukan Bawang in Bali’s Singaraja regency, will feature a sustainable marketplace, workshops, a beach clean-up session and live performances. The festival will run three days, and will include performances from the country’s indie bands, including Polkawars and Oscar Lolang. Organizers have also arranged a free shuttle to and from the event site. More information through their Instagram page.
Friday, August 23 – Sunday, August 25 at Celukan Bawang, Singaraja. Free tickets on Eventbrite.
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