Sunny Side Up is a unique two-day music and culture festival that takes place in one of the most beautiful places in the world, the island of Bali. The festival brings together international headliners, cutting-edge artists and DJs from a variety of genres to one stage.
Previous performers have included Ellie Goulding, Azealia Banks, Flight Facilities, Jessie Ware, Holy Ghost, Madeon and Motez. The venue for Sunny Side Up is the award-winning Potato Head Beach Club, which was once named one of the best vacation spots in the world by Conde Nast Traveller. With its original design and tropical beach backdrop, the Beach Club is the perfect location for this one-of-a-kind festival. The event is brought to you by PTT Family and Ismaya.
Dipha Barus (JAK/ID)
Matty Wainwright (UK)
Phat Phil Cooper (UK)
Stevie G (USA)
Adrian Giordano (ARG)
Stuart McLellan (UK)
Viagogo is the official partner for Sunny Side Up Tropical Festival international ticket sales. Event tickets can be booked in your home currency via the Viagogo desktop, tablet, or mobile sites, making it a convenient and secure way to purchase. All major credit cards, Paypal, and, in certain countries, direct bank transfers are accepted. The available payment options will be made clear as you go through the check-out process.
This event is strictly 18+. Tickets are non-refundable. Photo ID will be requested. Potato Head and its affiliates hold no responsibility for lost e-vouchers or wristbands. Please print and bring your tickets to the event entrance where they will be scanned and exchanged for a festival wristband which will gain you entry to the event. Make sure the QR code can be seen fully and clearly.
You can also show your ticket on your mobile device. Please save the ticket into your photos as you may experience difficulty using wifi at the door. Please note that one ticket/scan is valid for one entry only and the ticket will become void after scan. Do not put photo of your e-vouchers online as people may copy these and claim your wristbands.
What time do you open?
The festival starts at 2 pm and ends around midnight.
How can i pay if i am not in bali?
More info here.
Do you have vip tickets?
We provide VIP packages that include hotel accommodation, but also we have VIP tables with VIP wristbands. More details at the ticketing link above or please visit our hotel partner's website here.
Can i bring my children with me?
All patrons must be over 18 years old and have valid photo id.
What happens if it rains?
Please understand that Potato Head Beach Club is a primarily outdoor venue, and it holds no responsibility for customer dissatisfaction in regards to adverse weather conditions. In the event of adverse weather conditions, Potato Head Beach Club will not refund any money paid by the ticket/table holder, including the reservation of any uncovered outdoor areas.
Is there a dress code?
No specific dress code, anything goes.
Any recommendations for travel to the event?
We recommend to come in a taxi and to arrive before 1pm due to high congestion of traffic within the Seminyak area. There is limited car and bike parking available. We recommend to take transport.
Will there be strobe lights used during the festival?
A: Strobes are often part of artist lighting requirements and their use will be up the artist's lighting designer. Therefore, we cannot guarantee their usage.
Can I enter from the beach?
No, access will only be granted from the main entrance.
Can I leave my valuables somewhere within the venue?
We recommend to only bring necessary items as there is no cloak room facility available.
Do you have an atm?
We have one fixed atm and one mobile atm for the festival.
Can my friends buy tickets on the day?
We are expecting to sell out prior to the event. More than likely there will be no tickets available on the day. We recommend to purchase the tickets in advance.
Will there be food available?
There will be a selection of locally sourced and inspired snacks.
Is there re-entry?
You may exit and re-enter the festival with a valid wristband.
Where is the venue located?