Bali: Rainforest Pavilion x Mixmag Asia present The Gathering, an Earth Week Celebration
Join us in Bali for an Earth Day celebration with an afternoon outdoors with music, talks & sustainability
Welcome to the future. Or at least a hybrid event that looks at how we want our future to look like: one that is sustainable, eco-friendly, community-driven and full of stellar music.
We've teamed up with Rainforest Pavilion for an extremely special Earth Week celebration as we band together and fundraise for Sungai Watch, who are on a mission to clean up Bali’s waterways via 100 barriers that you might have seen installed in rivers around town. Donate for a chance to win dinner for two at Room 4 Dessert, a pair of Indosole made from upcycled tires, a planter made from 100 plastic bottles from Slab Interiors, a kimono from Pagoda, a piece from YoshiZen Couture, a Now Bali Timeless Bali special edition and 1-Day juice cleanse from In The Raw.
Start the day with an hour of bottomless Bloody Marys, followed by a stream beaming live from ABRACADABRA Festival filmed in Bali during a river clean up together with Lauren Lane, Rainforest Pavilion, Mixmag Asia and Bye Bye Plastic Foundation, with thanks to Potato Head Beach Club and Slab Interiors. Sit back and relax as we host a roundtable discussion powered by Mixmag Asia called ‘Clubland after COVID: The Path to Reopening Bali’ where event organizers, club owners and industry leaders from around Bali will share their vision and roadmap to reopening a more sustainable music community. Stick around for music until late, including a headliner And finally, clear your Monday morning — hangovers are on the horizon.
Clubland after COVID: The Path to Reopening Bali
Unlike many places in Asia, club culture in Bali relies heavily on tourism. But with tourism not expected to return to the island for months, if not years, the future of Bali’s many clubs and music brands is endangered, and the existing model unsustainable.
In honour of Earth Day, Club Conscious together with Mixmag Asia invites leaders from the music community to band together and find ways to survive as one, united industry. In a roundtable conversation held on Sunday, April 25, event organizers, club owners and industry leaders will share their vision and roadmap to reopening in an open discussion. The panel will also explore ways that, when clubs do finally reopen, they do so more in a more sustainable way, and participants will be asked to make one pledge for the planet that they can focus on this year.
More information on panellists coming soon.
Run Of Show
1pm: Lost Market - Eco - Friendly Vendors edition
2pm: Bottomless Bloody Mary Hour with Tina T (Rainforest Pavilion)
3pm: Sungai Stream beaming to you from Blond:ish’s ABRACADABRA Earth Day Festival
5pm: BVR Black Wall Movement Talk
515pm: Clubland after COVID: The Path to Reopening Bali, a panel powered by Mixmag Asia
615pm: Recharging Bali with Rainwater, presented by Kore Kulture Lab
630pm: Good For Bali, panel discussion lead by Bali Design Center
715pm: Raffle draw from Sungai Watch fundraiser
730pm: Matt Cook (Rainforest Pavilion)
830pm: Marc Roberts (Pantai People Label showcase)
930pm: Wisdy (Rainforest Pavilion)
11pm: Special Guest
1am: Rainforest Pavilion Showcase (Halim Ardie b2b Ridwan G)
Visuals by Johny Grim
Note on health and safety: Neverland is an extremely spacious, alfresco venue. To keep yourself and our team safe, we ask that you observe health and safety protocols at all times. There will be multiple temperature checks upon arrival and a no mask, no entry policy enforced. Also, it's 2021, keep your distance! There will have plenty of hand sanitiser, so use it generously. Finally, capacity is strictly limited in compliance with the government regulations
Rainforest Pavilion x Mixmag Asia present The Gathering, an Earth Week Celebration takes place on Sunday, April 25 from 1pm until late at Neverland Canggu. More information here.