Friday, 15 September 2017
Bali Weekend Warrior: 5 fun things to do Sept. 14-16
By Coconuts Bali Sep. 14, 2017
A Mexican Independence Day to remember. Photo: Motel Mexicola
CANGGU: Ombak Bali Festival
Catch some films about catching waves at the Ombak Bali Festival which features three days of surf films, music, and art. This one actually already started mid-week, but you still have time to pop over for the last couple nights.
When: Wednesday, Sept. 13 to Friday, Sept. 15
Where: La Laguna, Jl. Pantai Kayu Putih
LEGIAN: Ultra After Hours
Ultra Bali is running a sold-out event over Thursday and Friday, but if you couldn’t manage to get tickets to the festival (or even if you could and still want to rage even more), hit up the After Hours at Jenja.
When: Thursday, Sept. 14 to Friday, Sept. 15
Where: Jenja, Townsquare Suites, Jl. Nakula no. 18
CANGGU: Kate Bellm “Died Pretty” exhibit at the Slow
The Slow and Indosole are putting on a photography exhibit, entitled “Died Pretty” by badass babe Kate Bellm, who has described her overall aesthetic as “color, freedom, nature and nudes.” Two-for-one drinks will run from 7pm to 8pm.
When: Thursday, Sept. 14, 7pm-12am
Where: The Slow, Jl. Batu Bolong no 97
SEMINYAK: Mexican Independence Day Party at Motel Mexicola
Celebrate Mexican Independence with a bang at Motel Mexicola. Free entry with a live performance from Bali’s own rockabilly band, The Hydrant, followed by a DJ. In the spirit of things, there will be pinatas and prizes going out to best dressed.
When: Friday, Sept. 15, 6pm-2am
Where: Motel Mexicola, Jl. Kayu Jati no. 9X
SEMINYAK: Resistance at Ku De Ta
Not only is there the main Ultra Bali festival, as well as After Hours, but there’s even another big party to let loose at, this time at Ku De Ta. Put on by Ultra Resistance, the night will feature DJ Carl Cox for an exclusive set along with the inimitable DJ Sasha, John Digweed and Joseph Capriati.
When: Saturday, Sept. 16, 6pm
Where: Ku De Ta, Jl. Kayu Aya no. 9
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