GWK is among the prime locations for holding large scale international events in Bali, Indonesia. It has several outdoor and indoor venues that will suit the guests' needs. Last time I went to GWK was to attend the Dimension Playground Party. A rave party featuring Gorillaz Soundsystem, Kelis, Jamez Zabiela, Elextrofuxx and many more exciting entertainers!
There is a statue of Vishnu the Hindu God at the GWK complex.
As the first rule of Lomography’s 10 Golden Rules, I took my camera everywhere I went. So here are photos from this party!
And the performers:
Electrofuxx from Bali bringing the Dubstep, Drumstep to Godstep in the Silent Disco area!
Gorillaz Sound System live P.A (with their mysterious style of course)
The party was great and I now have my energy back after a lil’ bit of a hangover from the event hahaha… But it’s important to make some time out from the city and have a nice holiday right?
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