Burning Beach Festival to be held in Bali

Burning Beach Festival is set to be the biggest House and Techno festival ever held in Bali, Indonesia and will be held over two days and nights on three stages in the incredible new beach club Canna Bali in Nusa Dua.

The main stage will be hosting ten international world-renowned headline DJs, as well as over forty DJs based in Indonesia, hailing from Bali, Jakarta and around the globe across the rest of the festival.

On top of this, the organisers have activations and collaborations with some of the most well-known and beloved brands in Bali, Jakarta and beyond, including Escape, Mixmag Asia, Desoner and Nebula from Jakarta to name a few. Together with the outstanding line-up, this will create an absolute not-to-be-missed atmosphere and experience never seen before in Bali.

Over the two days of the festival, guests will be able to enjoy a journey through house and techno, all spun in one of Indonesia’s most breath-taking beach clubs on the white sands of Nusa Dua.

The event originated from a collective of passionate like-minded music enthusiasts residing in Lombok who wanted to curate a space for genuine musical connection, combining their collective backgrounds in large-scale renowned events across Europe. The fire was lit, so to speak, after they curated a series of successful beach parties that drew increased attention and hype. Initially the festival was due to take place in Lombok but after listening to the feedback from hundreds of enquiries the promoters took the brave decision to move it to Bali and this is great news for the island.

Organisers are also pleased to announce they have added two more international DJs to the roster including an absolute giant of house and techno in Darius Syrossian (main stage) and, as if the line-up wasn’t big enough already, one of Europe’s brightest young stars in Ale De Tuglie from Italy (Escape Stage).

Canna is one of the hidden gems in Bali with its absolutely stunning location and plenty of space and home comforts to ensure a quality experience for all attendees including a state of the art two level nightclub for the Burning Box late night revelers who don’t want to stop!

Phase two early bird tickets (10% discount) are currently on sale and are available on www.burningbeach.com.

The Burning Beach experience is still growing and more will be revealed over the next few weeks.

‘Let’s start a fire!’

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