Friday 17 June 2011

KU DE TA Bali Presents High Season 2011

From Crazy P to Todd Terry, Asiaʼs ultimate lifestyle destination does it again with the summerʼs hottest parties.

Never content to rest on its laurels, KU DE TA continues to set the bar for Bali luxury entertainment. The beautiful descend on Seminyak for three nights of intense partying at KU DE TAʼs inimitable vantage point over the Indian Ocean.

First up is the Bikini Day Party on Sunday 7 August, where less really is more. The UKʼs mighty Crazy P will fly in from the UK for a live performance of their signature mighty soul disco and house blend. DJʼs Hot Toddy and Ron Basejam will keep the night going from the decks, before Hong Kongʼs drum master, Aldo “Bongo,” drops a set of beats. Australiaʼs own breakdance crew, the Wikid Force Breakers, return to KU DE TA for a special encore performance.

Chef Phil Davenport has developed a special four course lunch in a unique contemporary Mediterranean style, and KU DE TAʼs mixologists continue to astound with creative cocktails. Activities for all ages will keep you busy in the shade, while
the dancers literally set the stage on fire. KU DE TAʼs all-star DJs will be there in full audio support providing the soundtrack to the day.

The next weekend its “Happy Birthday KU DE TA,” as Saturday 13 August makes it 11 years at the cutting edge of cuisine and entertainment. As a sign of its commitment to global awareness, KU DE TA has developed a Japanese theme party, with a share of the proceeds going to victims of the recent events in Japan.

KU DE TAʼs kitchen will prepare the finest and freshest Japanese inspired cuisine before a backdrop of red lanterns, zen fountains, kimono clad entertainers, as well as a very large contribution from our Sumo. Dance music legend Todd “The God” Terry welcomes you to his private temple of house music. KU DE TAʼs own DonniOne and Supercozi complete a stealth attack with ninja like precision.

HMS KU DE TA docks in the Indian Ocean for the ultimate cap on the summer festivities: the world renowned White Party. Mark Saturday 20 August on your calendar and dig out your naval whites, bidding “Hello Sailor” to thousands of fellow partygoers in a night of marine mischief. All aboard, indeed.

A four course “Navy Ball” kicks off the evening, while the sweet sounds of Indonesiaʼs 22-piece Pitoelas Big Band will provide the perfect setting swing. All hands on deck as DJʼs Spen and Karizma, whose signature beats have been in demand all over the world for more than two decades, battle it out for deck supremacy. Find your sea legs for the 11pm ʻIn the Navyʼ spectacular. Anchors

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