Best Insta-moments from the Sunny Side Up Tropical Festival
Probably the most telling sign that people had a really good time (this editor included) at the Sunny Side Up Trop Fest was the lack of pictures posted on social media afterwards. I mean, who has time to snap photos for posterity when you're busy savouring the moment? Nevertheless, we searched high and low to find the best Instagram shots to provide you with an inside look into the event.
You've seen a tiki bar but have you seen a giant tiki stage?
The perfect opportunity to wear your Hawaiian shirts, tribal prints, batik fabrics, and denim cut-offs. #WelcomeToBali
The soulful (and ever affable) English singer-songwriter Jessie Ware crooned on stage as the sun set over Bali. Felt just like champagne kisses.
Talking about sunsets, it doesn't get much better than this: Dancing on the beachfront, on holiday, and at a festival featuring some of your favourite musical acts.
A fun and friendly crowd from all over the world attended the festival, including the Kilo crew from Singapore (you know, the restaurant and bar in Kampong Bugis).
More of the Singapore music and party set enjoying the start of a long National Day weekend.
With the massive crowd, and the festive red lights, it did feel like we were celebrating Singapore's National Day and its Golden Jubilee.
Game festival goers took a splash and got up close and personal to the artistes.
And after all the airport delays and drama of getting into Bali (thanks Mount Raung) the crowd was glad to have Flight Facilities in control and behind the decks. Party on.
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