Mari Beach Club Bali launches their 5-day event MEWALI FESTIVAL on August 17th until 21st in order to celebrate the heroes of culture, creativity, culinary and music, as well as unveiling their newest addition, the SOLÉ RESTAURANT.
Mari Beach Club Bali is collaborating with Club Conscious, Good For Bali, Mural Fest and Mixmag Asia to host the inaugural MEWALI FESTIVAL at the iconic beachfront venue Mari Beach Club on Batu Belig, Berawa in Bali. The event will be held from Wednesday, August 17th to Sunday, August, 21st, starting daily at 12p.m. until 1a.m. The MEWALI FESTIVAL kicks off on Merdeka Day (Independence Day) for Indonesia and will showcase culture, culinary treats, sustainability and music from headline DJs, bands and traditional musical experiences. This conscious festival will be a one-of-kind in Bali as it partners with Club Conscious to offset its carbon emissions, aiming towards a net-zero event, in line with the G20 goals for 2022. The festival will feature over 30 DJs, 7 live bands, 5 guest artists from Mural Fest, 10 workshops and over 40 Bali-based brands in an Eco-Market hosted by Good For Bali. The lineup will feature headline DJ Harry Ramero of Defected Records and Crosstown Rebels, as well a takeover by musical media luminaries Mixmag Asia featuring regional heroes from around Asia. Over 3000 guests are expected to attend MEWALI FESTIVAL 2022 all the while maintaining their net-zero goals. Mari Beach Club is leading a new path forward for regional venues through creative, contemporary, and innovative ways to preserve the environment, celebrate the island’s heritage and deliver musical experiences for conscious party-goers.
In line with the launch of the festival Mari Beach Club brings SOLÉ to the table, a fine dining experience with a laidback twist. SOL? is brought to you by the head of Mari culinary team Swedish native, Chef Martin Loving, who’s worked at some of the most prestigious fine dining restaurants in his native homeland and throughout the world. Bringing with him years of knowledge and expertise in Mediterranean & Japanese cuisine, Chef Martin adds a unique touch on the menu with techniques rooted in his homeland. Inspired by coastal Mediterranean and Japanese dining experiences, Mari Kitchen immerses you in the sun-kissed flavors of the island and beyond. Both innovative and timeless, this is the kind of food that celebrates vibrant, seasonal and local ingredients that elevate dishes.
Mari Beach Club, presents an original approach to your typical beach club with a venue steeped in nature-based design and cultural inspiration. Hugging the shores of Batu Belig Beach, bordering Seminyak and Canggu, the new hotspot offers a timeless beachfront atmosphere, along with their own twist on food, drinks and entertainment. Designed by Ibuku in collaboration with Syah Establishments, the space has been dubbed “Little Bali”, and at first look, Bali’s bohemian essence runs strong across the sprawling grounds. Upon arrival, a grand dome that nods to the mighty Mount Agung greets you, before descending a staircase that symbolises ancient Balinese rice terraces and leads out to a turquoise-coloured pool area overlooking the sea.
Entertainment will highlight local and international talent headlined by Harry Romero of Defected Records and Crosstown Rebels, a talent showcase from Mixmag Asia, with the whole lineup featuring Greybox, Alvin K, TANTRA, Soltice, Batikboy, QVLN & Sunny Z, Tina Colada, Sansa, Aluku Rebels, Simo White, Arun R (HK), Samanta Nicole (PH), MSY, Matt Cook, Scotty Cal, Ombak Pool Culture, Se/Rio, Ax, Halim Ardie, Jay Mugelli, Papu, DBRA, Tina T, Joga, Chuku, Shammui, Shinta, Mistral, Scott Bruce, Rocco Universal (BKK), Scotty Cal, Percussion Circle, BalaNeo, Alpunkat, Truedy, Rob Rizk, Nusantara Sound healing with Noise Killa and Balinese Contemporary.
Creative workshops include Kite making, Balinese Dance, Yoga, Balinese Cooking Classes, Lontar-Leaf Writing, Lino Print Class, Face Painting, Jamu-Making Class, Ibuku Bali, Web3 Gurus, Poetry Workshop and Bali Husada. Mari Beach Club is also collaborating with Mural Fest 2022, an art cultural festival that funds social impact initiatives and empowers creative communities. Eco-Market is presented by Good For Bali – and will feature Tisoo, Isabelle Moon, Velvet Morning, Segi Jewelry, Woa Boa, Kore Culture Lab, Alchimie du Parfum, IRS Jewelry, Kamaya, Ananda Soul Creations, Role Foundation, Yayasan Kaki Kita and some sustainability partners: Green Steps, Avani, Urban Compost and Greenblocks.