SAGA Music Festival, the first locally owned, organized and executed multi-day and stage festival that set to take place in Bali at the end of the year, is the first chapter of a journey filled with world-class entertainment, cultural, art and lifestyle attractions as well as a culinary bazaar that will altogether be soundtracked by some of the biggest names in electronic music.
On an island where tropical luxury is met with rich culture and mesmerizing landscapes, SAGA Music Festival is set to take place on December 28th and 29th at the monumental Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) Culture Park in Bali, Indonesia.
The site, which is just a 15-minute drive from the airport in the Badung Regency area and can accommodate up to 50,000 pax, takes up 240-acres of parkland and is dotted with 25-meter high limestone carved cliffs with the park’s namesake statue, which is one of Bali’s most revered cultural icons, serving as a centerpiece.
Few festivals in the world can brag about being held beneath the stars and surrounded by ancient culture that also boast a line-up featuring some of the biggest stars in electronic music. Spread out over two days on two elaborately designed stages, ancient Balinese landscapes will be filled with the sounds of international DJs and artistes.
Bali has long been referred to as the ‘Island of the Gods’ and is well-established as a must-visit destination in Asia with its large swathes of sun-drenched beaches and gorgeous climate while always remaining rich with culture, diverse in flavor and extremely affordable.
Besides boasting some of Indonesia’s most-visited cultural sites, open-air yoga, world-class surfing, tantalizing tasting menus and an abundance of private pool villas are some of the added attractions that see tourists flocking to Bali year-round.
Bali’s music scene has been recently elevated by the entrance of worldwide festival brands like Ultra Music Festival and Bestival but what they have been missing is a local touch and that’s how SAGA Music Festival aims to differ on an island where gorgeous days and starlit nights create the ideal setting for a slice of festival paradise in Bali.