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DJ Nobu, Soichi Terada, Peach and more perform at Rainbow Disco Club event in Bali

Potato Head will once again host the Japanese underground music festival on April 26-28

  • Amira Waworuntu
  • 19 April 2024
DJ Nobu, Soichi Terada, Peach and more perform at Rainbow Disco Club event in Bali

After a successful celebration in Naarm last month, Rainbow Disco Club (RDC) continues to celebrate its 15th year of events by taking over Bali’s Desa Potato Head next week.

The three-day event on April 26-28 promises a weekend brimming with avant-garde music, art, and cross-cultural connections — all the best things RDC is known for.

The festival brings along with it a stellar line-up of top-tier international and regional artists, while not forgetting to spotlight some of Indonesia’s finest talents as well.

Friday kicks off at the Beach Club with Peach and Shanti Celeste, joined by Japan's own DJ Nobu (who has prepped a special house set exclusive for the event) and Tokyo's Little Dead Girl, while Indonesia will be represented by Marvel b2b Imen and Seabass.

The party extends into the night with an RDC Klymax takeover on Friday and Saturday, showcasing RDC residents and regulars Sisi, Kikiorix, and Yamarchy.

Closing out the festivities on Sunday at The Amphitheatre will be special live performances by Kuniyuki x Soichi Terada x Sauce81 and Jakarta-based duo Space System (comprised of Jonathan Kusuma and Aryo Adhianto) who make their highly-anticipated revival after several years of hiatus.

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Rainbow Disco Club's Chef Kenta Hajima will also be on-site to tantalise taste buds with his signature ramen creations for attendees to indulge.

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The main festival is being held this weekend (April 19-21) at Higashi-Izu in Japan’s Shizuoka prefecture, with names like Four Tet, Mr Ho, HAAi, Hessle Audio, SAMO, Stones Taro on its line-up.

Get tickets to Rainbow Disco Club at Potato Head Bali here.

Amira Waworuntu is Mixmag Asia’s Managing Editor, follow her on Instagram.

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