Culturally inspired beachfront destination to host your next special events & celebrations
Taman Bhagawan Bali offers uniquely outdoor function space to host your next special event.
Taman Bhagawan is simply one of the most unique venues in Bali for weddings, private or corporate events, concerts and cultural performances. The perfect balance between Indonesian artistry and international sophistication gives Taman Bhagawan a distinct edge to host, with a unique and memorable setting, celebrations of every kind.
You and your guests will be able to enjoy some of the most extraordinary spaces in Bali for your wedding, family reunion, corporate event, live concerts, cultural performance or any other occasion special to you.
MoonJune Records Label recently released the album "Love, Live and Passion” recorded in January 2015 in Los Angeles. The album is a multinational collaboration between Dwiki Dharmawan on keyboards, Jimmy Haslip on bass, Chad Wackerman on drums and Dewa Budjana on guitar. A new label, a new perspective, a new challenge - 'Love, Life & Passion' marks the start of the next chapter, in a long existence that has seen these band personnel continually evolve and thrill, ever advancing whilst stockpiling an enviable arsenal of songs.
Dwiki Dharmawan is a band member of the well know Krakatau, which performed their grand reunion last year at Jazz Market by The Sea 2014. Chad Wackerman is band member of Frank Zappa, while Jimmy Haslip is from Yellowjackets. The performance in Bali right on Valentine’s day, 14 February, at Taman Bhagawan will feature Tohpati and I Nyoman Windha on traditional Balinese Jegog.
Before officially launched in the USA, Europe and Japan; Dwiki-Chad-Budjana-Haslip will conduct an Indonesia Tour, with format of intimate jazz concert and album launching in February 2015. Starting off in Bandung West Java on February 10th, followed by a concert at Taman Bhagawan Tanjung Benoa Bali on February 14th, with Surabaya and Jakarta as the closing concert. This intimate jazz gathering is a prelude in a series of performances leading to Jazz Market by The Sea 2015, set on 14-16 August 2015 at Taman Bhagawan Bali.
This year marks the 11th edition of Java Jazz Festival, - the biggest Jazz Festival in the World, - and its expansion to the second Bali Live International Jazz Festival 2015 scheduled to take place in Bali from 9 to 15 March 2015. Set right after the Java Jazz Festival in Jakarta, this event will feature world famous international acts from the Java Jazz line-up, as well as other International artists besides Bali’s own best talents and other Indonesian renowned musicians.
The Festival will feature three nights of Pre-Events featuring bands from the festival line-up, at a selection of premiere Live Music Venues around the island. The main festival will be an all day open air concert on Sunday 15 March from 2pm- 11pm Central Indonesia Time at Taman Bhagawan, an iconic and idyllic ocean-front venue in Tanjung Benoa. Not only will the audience be presented with great music but, moreover, with the beautiful Balinese style setting of Taman Bhagawan comprising a 100-metre stretch of white sand beach in the charming village of Tanjung Benoa. The venue is just 5 minutes’ drive away from the exclusive Nusa Dua resorts area, 20 minutes’ drive from the airport and 30 minutes from Seminyak, Kuta or Denpasar.
Among confirmed musicians highlighting the event are: Tulus, Maurice Brown, Indra Lesmana, Jim Larkin, Fantuzzi, Nita Aartsen, Dice, John Primer, Richard Bona, Incognito, and Rio Sidik.
A showcase event for The Jazz Market by The Sea 2015, the Bali Live International Jazz Festival provides a platform to showcase the finest talents of Bali and Indonesia, to share the stage with some of the world’s best musicians. The event aims to elevate the music scene in Bali to a new level and to place the enchanting island on the worldwide music map.
This year and again in conjunction with Indonesian Independence Day weekend celebration, Jazz Market festival will take place on Friday, 14th, Saturday, 15th and Sunday, 16th August 2015 from 2pm until 11pm with a special emphasis on creative collaborations and improvisations of traditional Indonesian and Jazzy music. The objective is to promote growing Indonesian talents especially in jazz, funk and world beat genre of music. The market concept is inspired by local traditional Balinese market; pasar seni, where the action of community centers around. It is in this hustle and bustle where people can have insight into real culture. Around 50 unique stalls from: food and beverage, products and handicrafts.