Holi Water Festival 2015 - Bali

After the success of last years Holi Water Festival in Jakarta, Sinna Entertainment has decided to bring this fun and unique party to Bali for its first time. So if you are into EDM and fun outdoor with music presented by outstanding DJ's, mark your calendars for May 9, 2015. The event will be held at Klapa, New Kuta Beach, in Jimbaran Bali.

The HOLI WATER FESTIVAL is inspired by the original color fight from India, Holi festival and water fight festival from Thailand, Songkran. but is not associated with or related to that festival.

It is important to note that the HOLI WATER FESTIVAL is not a religious festival or event.

It does not aim to promote any religious aspects or groups. Instead the festival it is simply promoting the ideas of togetherness and the colour of everyday life during a day of fun and exhilaration by color & water fighting.

Here is Video from last years event held in Jakarta

The DJ Lineup

Mikey Moran

DJ Mikey Moran, a true soul in the djing networks of jakarta, Indonesia, has been djing for the last 10 years across domestic and international grounds. His electic sounds range from spinning electronic to rnb mashups depending on the arena that books him. Come witness his skills on his upcoming gigs listed below. See you on the danceflo!

Evan Virgan

Born in the island of Gods, Bali, Evan Virgan known as one of the best young DJ in Bali. He started his career in 2006 when he was 16. This young boy decided to focus in music producing. He made a new era in dance music industry, mixed with Bigroom Electro, and Progressive.

In 2013, Evan Virgan got signed as one of official Asia Artist at Pacha Recording in Spain. As we know Pacha is quite famous in world’s music industry. He got a great respond after his track “Miami” released. Even supported by giving him space in the leaderboard. So far he has shared the deck with famous names like Paul Thomas, Sied van Riel, Soul Purpose, Bjorn Niclas, Clubworxxx, Eric Entrena, Darren Porter, Afrojack, and Sander van Doorn.

His project in 2014 is getting wider. Trusted as a Co Producer, he will launch an album this year with one of the best DJ in Indonesia, DJ Winky. They have just made a film soundtrack, “Street Society”. Some of his tracks also got signed with one of Indonesia biggest music label, The 45MF. And play at biggest dance music festival in Indonesia its “Djakarta Warehouse Project” 2014, play along side with ; Steve Aoki,Nicky romero,Laidback Luke,and more.

Tiara Eve

A DJ who delivers quality music, believes that all music has its place if you open for the experience. Eve is ready to conquer the dance floor! Facebook Page

Hugo Marti

Born in Barcelona, Hugo Marti is recognized by many as a promising young artist, with almost seven years of DJ experience and music production. Hugo has become part of the Spanish Club scene as a member of the Happy Techno team. His style combines groove house vibes with deep and sophisticated electronic sounds. His personal goal has always been the best sound quality and to reach the level of the best international producers. He has released records on labels such as Symbolik and Eardrum. Playing in the best clubs around Spain like Florida 135 , El Row , among others . In November 2011 start his first International tour around Australia .

Dmust Akira (Astronaughty)

 DMUST AKIRA a/k/a DA... a DJ, Music Composer ( Beat Producer ), MC and a Singer... Born on 14 March 1983 at Jakarta... Grew up with lot's of music that inspired him to be a musician... but the biggest music that influence Dmust is Hip-Hop and JAZZ...

Other Scheduled DJ's include:

Teezy (Pictured on the left)



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