Bali Arts Festival
16 June – 14 July
Celebrating its 40th year this year, the annual Bali Arts Festival has returned to wow visitors with one of Bali’s most awaited cultural events. Here’s your chance to witness traditional performances and cultural highlights of Bali and Indonesia at the Taman Werdhi Budaya Arts Centre in Denpasar. Hundreds of artisans from Denpasar and Bali’s eight provinces, neighbouring islands and even international art troupes will be on hand to showcase their talents. Aside to live performances, visitors can also enjoy handicrafts, paintings and sculpture exhibitions as well as a traditional Balinese culinary festival daily. This annual event takes place yearly on the second or third Saturday of June to the second or third Saturday of July.
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