Rainforest Pavilion charity event that harnesses the power of electronic music for good set for Le Noir KL

Rainforest Pavilion charity event that harnesses the power of electronic music for good set for Le Noir KL


Be a part of this good cause on 15 November at Le Noir KL for Rainforest Pavilion a charity event that harnesses the power of electronic music for good. Taking the power of electronic music and using it for its truest potential, Rainforest Pavilion raises funds and awareness for rainforest conservation while rocking dance floors across the world.  Rainforest Pavilion is the musical platform for DJs and activists to unite for environmentalism. 

Featuring for the night are DJ Halim Ardie (Rainforest Pavilion) and Westseven (Anjunadeep / Soul De Anima)



Brought to you by the Joy Collective, the Rainforest is a trusted brand with an innovative model for taking action on rainforest conservation. Their system is twofold; it acts as a fundraising instrument by throwing exciting high production value events which raise funds which we put directly into rainforest conservation projects they feel are the most pertinent. Beyond fundraising capabilities they act as outreach and an accelerator; outreach by reaching a wide and growing audience across many sectors and an accelerator giving a place for those who also feel the urgency of conserving rainforests and other vital ecosystems a place to share and develop ideas into actions. Their team consists of artists, activists, scientists, thought leaders and entrepreneurs of all ages ranging from 18-80+.

Their flagship event is at the seminal Wonderfruit Festival (12-16 Dec 2019) in Thailand which is a pioneer in the region for building an ecologically conscious waste free event. This year’s installation will be their biggest to date,  working with prodigious designer Michael Russek. Attendees at Wonderfruit has grown from 3000 -15,000 people in recent years. 2019 promises to be the biggest event to date by a long shot, being part of Rainforest Pavilion gives you a major stage to showcase to this rapidly expanding exciting community.

The Joy Collective was founded in 2016 by Alex Joy as a company to connect business with a cause in a meaningful way with maximum impact. Rainforest Pavilion is the inaugural project of Joy Collective with a focus on Rainforest Conservation.

They've planned and executed successful concerts and music festivals with attendees of 400-10,000 in South East Asia and North America cumulating in the conservation of 407 hectares of Rainforest Land through groups Cuipo, Rainforest Trust and Vivid Kalimantan.



Halim Ardie (Bali) [Rainforest Pavilion]

California born, Indonesian bred, Halim Ardie is a staple is the Bali house scene. Splitting his time between hosting events in Bali, being an editor for Pulse Radio, and DJing, Halim has cemented his name as one of the most sought after DJs in Indonesia, as well as coming up in the Southeast Asia circuit, by being a part of the Joy Collective's Rainforest Pavilion stage at the famous Wonderfruit Festival in Thailand. He also represented Indonesia on the global stage at Burning Man, USA with the Digital Dalang art installation that combined Indonesian heritage art with modern digital visual art and was awarded as an honorarium of the Burning Man Project. Halim with his diverse taste in music has been able to share the stage with Tiesto, Richie Hawtin, Black Coffee, Kenny Dope, D'Julz, Duke Dumont, Solardo, Above & Beyond, Shiba San, Marshall Jefferson, among others. 




In a current musical climate where originality can often be overtaken by the mundane and regular, Westseven’s tireless devotion and relentless energy have taken him to a point where he is beginning to shape the musical world around him. With regular signings to Anjunadeep, productions out on Bedrock, Click, City Fox and What I Play and his music being championed by the likes of John Digweed, Hernan Cattaneo, Kolsch, Guy Gerber and Joris Voorn to name a few, 2018 (and 2019) gained much momentum. 2017 saw the birth of his own imprint, Soul de Anima, gaining plaudits the world over from the HQ in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

LE NOIR KL: Unit H-G-07, The Hive, TREC, Lot 435, Jalan Tun Razak, KL. Free entry until midnight. RM40 (with one drink) after midnight. To reserve your spot: Book online: https://form.jotform.me/LeNoirKL/book-a-table . Email: reservations@lenoir.com.my / Phone/WhatsApp: 012-224 5416. Valet parking available.

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