Club Med, the pioneer of premium all-inclusive holidays, announced its inaugural eco-music festival Green Beats, along with a slew of conscious activities across its APAC resorts for the year. Aiming to provide transformative holiday experiences that will leave guests inspired with new perspectives, guests can come together to explore new conscious habits through hands-on workshops organised by local eco organisations and celebrate the beauty of nature with stellar performances by international celebrities from Asia.
“At Club Med, we are always looking to push the boundaries of travel, aiming to turn a getaway into a transformative experience,” Xavier Desaulles, Chief Executive Officer of Club Med, APAC, “Eco-consciousness is a part of that journey, and this year we are excited to announce Green Beats, along with a series of activities across the region that will aim to drive awareness and inspire guests to take positive action in their daily lifestyle that can continue beyond the their stay in Club Med.”
Party with amazing music, food, and art with mother nature at Green Beats
Hosted at Club Med’s most recently awarded Green Globe Certified resort, Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido, Green Beats looks to unite guests through eco and conscious communities across the region through electrifying music, exquisite food, and expressive arts. All in the heart of Hokkaido’s natural mountain landscapes, Green Beats will encourage guests to view the natural world through new perspectives. Open to all guests from 14 to 16 September 2019, the three-day festival will ignite the senses through four touchpoints to bring guests an unforgettable getaway:
Mountain Beats – Featuring an exhilarating line-up of renowned international DJs including Lee Lang from Seoul, Korea, Chee Shimizu from Tokyo, Japan and Umbra from Taipei City. Be enthralled by live music by local Japanese artists, such as The Cynical Store and Kuniyuki Takahashi from Sapporo, Japan.
Mountain Care – Reconnect with nature through eco-conscious workshops that aim to inspire and grow the eco-community across the world. These include the Nature Photography Workshop conducted by National Geographic’s Nature 2017 photographer of the year, design Festival Bingata Tote Bags depicting the surrounding natural elements using Traditional Japanese Bingata Art, and Hapazome Leaf Printing creating natural imprints of plants onto different materials.
Mountain Bites – Explore the unique food and culture of Hokkaido, featuring an all-inclusive menu filled with specialties from the region. Take a sip and unwind at the Whisky and Sake tastings at the cozy Nest Bar for an extra immersive educational experience or take part in Hokkaido cooking lessons with step-by-step demonstration by the Chefs.
Mountain Feel – Embrace the natural environment through a variety of excursions and adventures around Hokkaido’s gorgeous mountain. Explore Mount Tomamu through a guided nature hike and discover the flora and fauna of the summer landscapes, soar through the skies on the only flying trapeze in Tomamu, or ride across the landscape on a mountain biking adventure – all within the sunny mountain escape!