Launched in 2017 with the intention of creating a global village community that nurtures creative and spiritual diversity through yoga, dance, music and healing, BaliSpirit Festival promises inspiration, new discovery and the opportunity to achieve positive change in an individual. Up to this day, they continue to provide financial, logistical and organisational support to local community Outreach Initiatives, with a special emphasis on multicultural collaboration through the arts, healthcare education and environmental conservation. In its 11th year, BaliSpirit Festival has become increasingly global and attracting international leaders and a surging audience of empowered consumers from across the globe.
This year, BaliSpirit Festival brings the harmony of diversity in the world by presenting ‘Unity in Diversity’ as their annual theme of celebration. The event will be held from the 2nd to the 8th of April and is located in and around Ubud. For the daytime outdoor festival, the grounds will be outside of Ubud on lush green lawns with a blessed river flowing through, while the evening concert venue will be set amidst sacred trees, rice fields and vibrant foliage in central Ubud.
Over 300 Workshops, Seminars, and Master Classes will be lead by Spiritual and Business Speakers, Healers and Breath-work facilitators during the event. The Dharma Fair and The Night Market will feature over 70 vendor booths. They are locally made products, food & beverage services, performance stage, NGO and sponsor booths. The Bhakti Nights features inspirational local and international performers, showcasing devotional music, chanting and Balinese prayer on weekday evenings. The last day, which also happens to be the most popular programme of the Festival, is dedicated to children. Hari Cinta Keluarga provides a multi-lingual, free programme for the Balinese community, welcoming them to join in the festivities.