Bali’s Suara Music & Arts Festival Announces First Lineup | CULTR

Bali’s Suara Music & Arts Festival Announces First Lineup

Suara Festival in Bali (26-28 July) unveiled its phase one lineup and announced the venue, Nuanu City, promising a unique and intimate experience for attendees. Suara, meaning ‘voice’ in Indonesian, enters its third year with an international lineup including HVOB, LP Giobbi, Deer Jade, and more.

Set in the newly established Nuanu City, attendees will explore a 44-hectare creative hub amidst stunning natural landscapes, featuring modern amenities and larger-than-life art installations by Daniel Popper. Just 15 minutes from Canggu, it offers an otherworldly escape with jungle, rivers, sunset views, and a beach club with an infinity pool.

“Participatory festival experiences at unique sites like this are pretty unheard of in Asia, especially those that cater to a diverse, destination crowd,” says Suara Festival Co-Founder and CEO Jason Swamy (Robot Heart, Wonderfruit, Do What You Love).

“With that in mind, every detail from the lineup to the venue has been carefully choreographed to be so much more than a festival but a three-day odyssey through a magical wonderland. From world-class acts, beach clubs, swimming pools, bionic bamboo stages, beach access, wellness activities, artisanal stalls, and talks from visionary thought leaders, there is so much on offer with lots still to be announced. But most importantly, it’s the participants who join us over the three days that will make it special.” 

Ticket holders will enjoy diverse musical genres across three stages, workshops, market stalls, art installations, outdoor eco-experiences, and culinary delights showcasing Bali’s best. With both international and local musical talent, indie electronic labels, and wellness activities, the festival offers something for everyone. Coupled with July’s ideal weather and reasonable prices, it guarantees an unforgettable experience for all ages.

Beyond the festival, attendees can immerse themselves in Bali’s renowned lifestyle. A typical day might start with a morning surf in nearby Canggu, followed by a delicious brunch and boutique shopping, before heading to the festival for dancefloor moments from sunset to sunrise.

Three-Day passes to Suara Festival start at US$99 (standard) and US$199 (premium). For more information and to purchase tickets, head to