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Rainbow Disco Club takes over Potato Head Bali in early June

The Japanese music festival lands on the shores of Seminyak on 3-4 June for 2 days of exquisite sounds & experiences

  • Words: Amira Waworuntu | Image: Paulius Staniunas
  • 22 May 2023
Rainbow Disco Club takes over Potato Head Bali in early June

Returning to Desa Potato Head, Bali, on June 3-4 is Japan’s beloved underground music festival and collective, Rainbow Disco Club (RDC).

Having successfully showcased their immaculately curated event back in 2019, they’re now back for two days and nights of eclectic sets by some of Japan’s most esteemed DJs alongside world-renowned names in the electronic music scene.

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Let’s get down to the details. On Day 1 (Saturday, June 3), the Main Stage at Potato Head Beach Club will showcase an impeccable line-up comprising Coco Maria, Dita, Fraktal, Gero, Kikiorix, Baltimore’s very own beat master Maurice Fulton, Monkey Timers, Sisi and Hysteric.

Then for after-hour pleasures, the excitement will continue at Studio Eksotika soundtracked by leftfield virtuoso Kenji Takimi, KZA and the Pleasure collective. Do take note that Saturday is a ticketed event, so make sure to secure those passes.

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It’s also worth noting that there’ll be a special ramen pop-up by RDC’s Tsubame plus a daylight Izakaya by Chef Rui Yamaguchi that’s bound to whet your appetites. For those who have been eyeing RDC merch, Saturday will be your one-time-only chance to purchase exclusive items!

The free-for-all Day 2 event on Sunday kicks off with special live performances at the Amphitheatre by London’s Mansur Brown, Esa’s Afro Synth Band and Hokkaido-based sound designer and production maestro, Kuniyuki. Kids are also welcome since there’ll be workshops for them to engage in while the adults bask in the sonic goodness of the live acts.

Get your tickets to Day 1 of Rainbow Disco Club at Potato Head Bali here.

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

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