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Salt A Way ‘Blooming Horizon’ set to feature international headliners Romain FX & Sunju Hargun

Uniting 6 local brands, the festival drops their 'Salty Mojo’ line whose proceeds will go towards supporting the event

  • Amira Waworuntu
  • 10 August 2023
Salt A Way ‘Blooming Horizon’ set to feature international headliners Romain FX & Sunju Hargun

Set to take place on 26-27 August, the annual Salt A Way festival returns for its sixth iteration to the delight of many in the country (and abroad!).

Carrying the theme ‘Blooming Horizon’, the event aims to embody “a celebration of new beginnings, growth and limitless opportunities that lie ahead,” as mentioned in their press release.

Taking over a whole weekend, Salt A Way promises two days and nights of well-curated music, stunning natural backdrops and an organically euphoric atmosphere.

This year becomes the first the festival invites over international headliners— Italo disco aficionado Romain FX and the ever-eclectic Sunju Hargun.

Initiated last year, Salt A Way and Mojo Radio came up with ‘Salty Mojo’ — a pre-event program combining music and merchandise.

Repeating the success of 2022, ‘Salty Mojo’ once again releases a fresh line of wearables that echo cool surfer and beach vibes while paying tribute to the local lifestyle movement.

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Uniting six local brands from Indonesia, Salty Mojo’s collection comprises seven t-shirts, a pair of shorts and a versatile mini pouch, each injected with the unique DNA of the collaborators; Mankind, Woodensun, Pot Meets Pop, Super Bloom, Tanaka and Sunburn.

40% of the proceeds will go towards supporting the festival at the end of this month.

Celebrating the drop, the Salty Mojo night was held on Saturday, August 5, at Zodiac Jakarta with a line up DJs from both Salt A Way and Mojo Radio warming up the night before the cult-favourite Quirk It! crew continued to command the dancefloor.

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Salt A Way will be held on 26-27 August with a total of 25 artists set to soundtrack a whole weekend by the shore, decked out with interactive art installations and immersive activities to keep festival goers busy all weekend long.

This year, the team is preparing to bring forth a whole new experience by taking over a whole new venue, all while keeping the same familiarly friendly and euphoric vibe of past events.

For more info on Salt A Way, head over to its official website here.

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

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