Savaya Bali Announces House And Techno Event Series This Winter

Indonesia’s cliffside nightclub Savaya Bali has just announced an extraordinary curated event series kicking off this winter.

Beginning with a highly anticipated New Year’s run, the club’s winter programming, titled “Law of The Jungle,” promises to be a “unique and immersive” experience where music, entertainment and Savaya’s “enchanting ambiance” collide.

Savaya’s Law of The Jungle series will start strong with the mesmerizing sounds of Ben Böhmer on December 29 before Artbat and Argy take the stage on December 30.

For New Year’s Eve, Savaya has pulled out all the stops to immerse guests in the pulsating beats of Bedouin, Guy Gerber, and AMÉMÉ.

The New Year’s week shows will conclude on January 1, 2024, with Charlotte de Witte, whose acclaimed acid techno will “set the tone for an extraordinary year ahead.”

Law of The Jungle will then continue with a host of incredible talent on select dates through March 31, 2024, including Carlita, Chris Lake, DJ Tennis, James Hype, Jamie Jones, Kölsch, Paco Osuna, a RÜFÜS DU SOL DJ set, and many more. 

Perched on limestone cliffs that tower over the Indian Ocean from a height of over 300 feet, Savaya Bali’s Savaya Cube serves as the centerpiece for its vibrant music program.

Luxury amenities, food, and exclusive accommodations have helped Savaya Bali stake its claim as one of the world’s premier entertainment destinations on top of the incredible music.

Check out Savaya’s full Law of The Jungle lineup below. Tickets and additional information regarding the series are available here.

Featured image from Savaya Bali.

Inspired by: edmmaniac.com

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