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The 7th Annual BaliSpirit Festival

An annual GLOBAL 5 day event celebrating multi-culturalism, yoga, dance, healing and world music on the tropical island of Bali. Includes 5 days of amazing workshops and seminars and 5 nights of Bhakti and World Music. Tickets range from full VIP to single night and day passes; tickets can be found on


Mar 19 to
Mar 23
01:00 amto04:00 am

5 Days of Yoga, Dance, Music and Healing. Workshops run from 8:00am to 5:00pm and World Music Concerts from 6:00 to 11:00pm.



There are a variety of prices levels, the figure shown is for a Full Festival Pass. Tickets can be found on

Full Description

Now in its 7th year, the BaliSpirit Festival has become well known as ‘one of the top 6 yoga & music festivals in the world’(Travelwire Asia). Each year the BaliSpirit Festival brings to Bali a wealth of talented and respected musical masters, mixing vibrant nights of World Music Concerts with daytime workshops in yoga, dance, healing and music. Musicians merge the indigenous and rich cultures of Indonesia with East and West in the spirit of learning, collaborating and celebrating our spiritual and cultural diversity.

In addition to providing an inspiring space for personal transformation and sacred celebration, the Festival emphasizes giving back to Bali through creative educational outreach initiatives. Festival initiatives include environmental programs such as bamboo reforestation and plastic waste reduction, as well as HIV/AIDS education, and programs that support and promote the culture and arts of Indonesia.

In a synergy of global cultural collaboration, the Festival welcomes a targeted, passionate and enthusiastic global audience to Ubud, Bali each year. A daily average of 700 participants attend the Festival’s daytime workshops, outdoor market and healing center and an estimated 6,000 attend the world music concerts over a 4 night period, as well as on on the last day of the Festival dedicated to the local community, known as ‘Hari Cinta Keluarga’.