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Suara Festival announces phase 2 line-up for third edition in July

Top regional party collectives join Angus & Julia Stone, LP Giobbi, Brandt Brauer Frick, Batavia Collective, and more performing at Nuanu City

  • Amira Waworuntu
  • 14 May 2024
Suara Festival announces phase 2 line-up for third edition in July

Suara Festival is set to make waves this summer on July 26-28. Now in its third year, the event coincides with the grand opening of Nuanu, a creative city poised to become Bali's global entertainment hub.

The festival's latest line-up announcement (which was just announced this morning) is headlined by Australia’s beloved Angus & Julia Stone, fresh off the release of their new album 'Cape Forestier'.

Also headlining are electroacoustic ensemble Brandt Brauer Frick, known for their innovative fusion of classical music with electronic dance rhythms. Making their Bali debut, they are joined by UK’s alt-pop sensation Youngr and American alt-pop duo Neil Frances.

Previously announced acts include HVOB, Lastlings, Batavia Collective and LP Giobbi.

The line-up also spotlights regional stars such as Singapore’s Yung Raja, China’s DJ Wordy, and Indonesia’s own Jonathan Kusuma and rap queen Ramengvrl.

Top regional party crews such as Yeti Out (Hong Kong), Kang Kao (Thailand), GrooveTop (Singapore), UNKNWN (Philippines), Disko Afrika (Bali), MET (China), Chi Wah Wah (Australia) and more will also be part of the festivities.

Check out Suara Festival's official trailer below.

Spanning 44 hectares, Nuanu City offers a harmonious blend of art, technology, and nature, and festival-goers will have the unique opportunity to explore this creative city before its official public opening.

Suara Festival Co-Founder and CEO Jason Swamy states: “I’m now blessed with this incredible opportunity to partner with Sergey Solonin on Suara to bring international exposure to Nuanu City. His vision is taking the local festival scene to new heights at what will be the island’s global entertainment hub.”

The artists and collectives will perform across nine unique stages, each offering a distinct experience inspired by Balinese culture and architecture.

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The diverse and dynamic festival stages include Luna, perfect for sunset seaside DJ sets, Utopia for exhilarating cave club pool raves, and Garuda, the main stage featuring state-of-the-art sound and light shows.

Other notable spaces include the church-inspired Elysium which is more suited for intimate performances, and Ash, which is dedicated to wellness workshops and inspirational talks.

Read this next: “A blending of the minds”: delving into the intimate scene of Ubud

With early-bird passes sold out, three-day passes are now available starting at US$149.

For more information and to purchase tickets, head here.

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

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