Bali’s first locally owned, organised and executed multi-day and stage dance music festival is making sure your New Year celebration is off to a good start.

SAGA Music Festival is set for Thursday-Friday, December 28-29 at Garuda Wisnu Kencana Culture Park, Bali, putting together elaborately two designed dance stages amidst beautiful ancient Balinese landscapes.

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Expect awesome beats from Grammy-nominated heavyweight DJ Snake, French house poster boy FKJ, Mad Decent’s kings of the mid-tempo TWRK, house producer Chris Lake, Russian duo Dropgun, Dutch electro mover and shaker Marc Benjamin, pop-EDM crossover pair extraordinaire Rave Republic.

SAGA Music Festival Bali 2017

Representing Indonesia are homegrown stars Dipha Barus, Tenjo, DJ Stan, DJ Jesse Wilde, DJ Yasmin and ALL IN resident DJs. Further lineup announcements will be made in the coming months.

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SAGA Music Festival is hosted by ALL IN Entertainment. It’s dubbed as the first chapter of a journey filled with world-class entertainment, cultural, art and lifestyle attractions as well as a culinary bazaar.

Tickets are up for grabs through Rajakarcis, with pre-sale two-day tickets going at IDR300,000 (until Sep 27). The price goes up to IDR650,000 in the next phase. VIP and VVIP options are also available.


Update (Dec 12): A huge new wave of artists has been added to the lineup, including Axwell Λ Ingrosso, MaRLo, KSHMR, Martin Jensen, Seeb, Garmini and Barong Family’s Moksi, Ces Qeaux and Chace.

See the full roster below.

Headliners
AXWELL Λ INGROSSO
DJ SNAKE
KSHMR

Support
CESQUEAUX
CHACE
CHRIS LAKE
DAVE SEAMAN
DROPGUN
FKJ
GARMIANI
JON RUNDELL
MARC BENJAMIN
MARTIN EYERER
MARTIN JENSEN
MOKSI
RAVE REPUBLIC
SEEB
TWRK

Local talents
ALL IN RESIDENT DJs
AL GHAZALI
BILLY TANER
BLEUCLAIR
DINA DEE
DIPHA BARUS
IRSAN
JESSE WILDE
JYAP
MEISTER G
MR. HEADBOX
NMDN
|SUWENDA
SYNDROMATIC
TENJO
YASMIN


Update (Dec 20): The organisers addressed concerns over Mount Agung’s volcanic activity, stating it poses no threat to the upcoming festival and the surrounding area.

The statement reads, “With respect to the volcanic activities surrounding Mount Agung, for the time being the activity has decreased and the airport is operating normally with flight service fully restored. While it is impossible to predict how the volcano will behave in the coming weeks and months, SAGA Festival would like to remind the public to heed news with caution and be wary of sensationalized reporting. As of writing, it’s business as usual outside of the exclusion zone, which is limited to a 7.5km radius surrounding Mount Agung. SAGA Festival, which is located at GWK Culture Park, is 78km away from Mount Agung and Bali’s main tourist hubs of Kuta and Seminyak are more than 65 kilometers away from the exclusion zone with the airport also almost 70 kilometers away. In addition, Indonesia’s Ministry of Tourism have given us their support on the official ‘Wonderful Indonesia’ website and we hope that our festival will help bolster tourism to the Island of the Gods once again. In the rare and unfortunate situation that ash again disrupts service at the airport, we want to assure attendees of SAGA Music Festival that the show must go on and there is no threat to the safety of festivalgoers.”

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