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Editorial

First we would like to offer our condolences to the family and friends, and also Bali’s live music family over the loss of singer/guitarist/songwriter Aray Aulay who passed away last Friday, Sept 28. His pleasant, friendly demeanour and musical talent shall be missed by many. We are also still reeling from what happened the same day in Central Sulawesi’s Palu and Dongalla region. We are hoping and praying that that will be last of these occurrences for some time to come.

Meanwhile, the party goes on as it normally does.

This week’s huge event is the Wake Up Call Festival at W Bali Seminyak, which, pound for pound, could be considered to be as big as any festival we’ve ever had here on the island. It really is quite enormous and literally has something for everyone. The latest live music sounds to the latest electronic sounds on two stages from early till late for two days and nights, and that’s this weekend October 5 and 6. Get your tickets, your dancing shoes on and check inside for the full details. We will see you there!

It’s hard to believe that Hard Rock Café has been on the island for 25 years already, but it’s true, and they are celebrating on Friday with Andre and the Backbone playing live. Sure to be huge.

Other major events next week are Yellow Claw, who are one of the biggest, banging DJ acts doing the world circuit, and they will be at Omnia Dayclub on Saturday Oct 13. Marc Romboy on the same night at Woobar. Also, watch out for Sean Kingston doing his very entertaining show at Engine Room on Wednesday Oct 17. There are plenty more shows on around town too over the next two weeks. Check inside the mag or get online thebeatbali.com for the latest events.

Editorial

First we would like to offer our condolences to the family and friends, and also Bali’s live music family over the loss of singer/guitarist/songwriter Aray Aulay who passed away last Friday, Sept 28. His pleasant, friendly demeanour and musical talent shall be missed by many. We are also still reeling from what happened the same day in Central Sulawesi’s Palu and Dongalla region. We are hoping and praying that that will be last of these occurrences for some time to come.

Meanwhile, the party goes on as it normally does.

This week’s huge event is the Wake Up Call Festival at W Bali Seminyak, which, pound for pound, could be considered to be as big as any festival we’ve ever had here on the island. It really is quite enormous and literally has something for everyone. The latest live music sounds to the latest electronic sounds on two stages from early till late for two days and nights, and that’s this weekend October 5 and 6. Get your tickets, your dancing shoes on and check inside for the full details. We will see you there!

It’s hard to believe that Hard Rock Café has been on the island for 25 years already, but it’s true, and they are celebrating on Friday with Andre and the Backbone playing live. Sure to be huge.

Other major events next week are Yellow Claw, who are one of the biggest, banging DJ acts doing the world circuit, and they will be at Omnia Dayclub on Saturday Oct 13. Marc Romboy on the same night at Woobar. Also, watch out for Sean Kingston doing his very entertaining show at Engine Room on Wednesday Oct 17. There are plenty more shows on around town too over the next two weeks. Check inside the mag or get online thebeatbali.com for the latest events.

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