secret outdoor location,
~ 2 HOURS DRIVE FROM KUTA
Interstellaria is an independent 3 day outdoor music gathering on a private nature location in Bali, Indonesia.
The event will be held over the Easter weekend on 10 – 12 April 2020 with limited tickets available.
The line up is specially curated avant-garde electronic music from psychedelic techno, house, trance, experimental, idm, ambient and everything in between.
The lush location, sound system and event settings have been selected to ensure a safe, peaceful, environmentally friendly and musically euphoric experience for attendees
The site location is kept secret and will be emailed out to ticket holders 24 hours before the start of the event.
ROBERT LEINER (R&S Records)
JACOPO (Midgar Records)
Jacopo is an Italian born dj and label manager of Midgar Records, based in Berlin and working as freelance illustrator since almost a decade.
Behind the decks, he’s creatively moving through the multiple shades of techno and masterfully mixing it with bass music and IDM, reflecting perfectly the genre-defying nature of his label.
Jacopo founded Midgar in 2014, taking care of the A&R but also the visual aesthetic of each release. The label debuted with a four-track ep from Japanese producer Wata Igarashi, a key player of Tokyo’s deep techno scene. Midgar has a wide range of interests spanning from deep, ambient and psychedelic techno and is aimed to bring a new and meaningful sound, loaded with positive energy.
The label has since released records from Ruhig, r2π, Ruff Cherry, Von Grall, Shaded Explorer, PRG/M and remix collaborations from the likes of Orphx, Yves De Mey, Nuel and Shawn O’Sullivan.
The most recent notable release is the re-issue for the first time on vinyl of Susumu Yokota’s seminal album Acid Mt. Fuji from 1994. The next months will see Forest Drive West joining the label roster with a new Ep.
We encourage attendees to take our complimentary shuttle bus service, car or bike pool to get to the venue.
Pick up and drop off points:
The shuttle bus timetable will be announced in time.
toilets & showers
vegetarian food stalls
juice bar, chai corner
beers, wine & mixed drinks
first aid booth
Who is organizing this gathering?
It is being organized by the Interstellar collective and the land owner of the site as their annual outdoor dance gathering.
For the first time, Interstellar will be welcomed to the land of which our gathering takes place.
We are honored to be holding Interstellaria on the ancestral lands of the Balinese people.
What are the main activities of the gathering?
The music & dancefloor of the gathering will be ongoing for 3 days from 10 – 12 April 2020, over the Easter weekend.
The event guide which includes the site map, music line up and activity details will be sent out to ticket holders by 27.03.2020.
What facilities and services are available on site?
The site is a lush private camping ground with full facilities like toilets, showers and charging stations.
We have limited camping packages available for booking, otherwise please come prepared with your gear.
We encourage everyone to camp on-site to fully experience Interstellaria. There will be no pass-outs once you enter the site, with an exception for emergency exits only.
There will also be delicious food stalls, a bar serving coffee, tea, juices, beers, wine and mixed drinks opened throughout the event.
Our friendly and helpful crew members, security and first aid team will be available to assist attendees at all times.
As a general safety rule, please follow the signage and directions of our event crew at all times.
Why is the location kept secret?
We will only email the location to ticket holders 24 hours before the start of the gathering. This is done so to preserve the event’s privacy and to prevent unwanted attention to the lush site.
We’d need everyone’s help to not circulate the location’s details to the public and please, no geo-tagging upon arrival. It’s a combined team effort to keep it magic, this way. Thank you for your understanding.
If you are bringing your own camping gear, ensure that you’d bring all the essentials like a tent, sleeping bag, torchlight etc.
Bring clothes and accessories for all weather conditions. The nights do get cold and it might drizzle from time to time.
Use good outdoor footwear and please refrain from going barefoot on-site in case you’d step on something sharp. Barefoot dancing on the dancefloor area only should be fine.
We encourage everyone to bring their own mug, food container & cutleries for food & drinks. We are trying our best to reduce the collective waste impact.
Remember to stay hydrated! You may refill for free at our water stations on-site.
Bring sunglasses, hat, sunscreen, insect repellent.
If you smoke, please bring a portable ashtray or stub it out at any of our communal ashtrays. We must stress that it is a nightmare to clean up the site of cigarette butts!
Bring any medication that you may need.
There are no atms or electronic payment systems on-site, please bring enough cash to sustain you for 3 days.
Donts – No, no, no.
No Littering! Please clean up after yourselves!
Strictly No BYOB (Bring your own booze) or illicit substances
No generators and personal sound systems.
No fires, gas cookers, fire dancers or candles at all times.
No flares, fireworks or any form of explosives.
No confetti, glitter or micro decor material that is difficult to clean up.
No bad attitude or discrimination.
No Trespassing! If you know of anybody who is intending to do so or if anyone is caught doing so will be handed over to the local village authorities aka pecalang.
Bags will be checked by our crew and any banned items found will be confiscated.