Lining up plans in Bali? Whether you're a local, new in town, or just passing through, you'll be sure to find something on Bali Event Calendar 2018 listed below that piques your interest.
BALI EVENTS 2018
Nusa Dua Fiesta
The Nusa Dua Fiesta is an annual festival that features a week of arts, culture, sports, music and exhibitions that take place in and around the peninsula in Nusa Dua.
Djakarta Warehouse Project 2018 - GWK
Djakarta Warehouse Project is back in 2018 with a bigger, stronger and louder sound for its fans! DWP 2018 promises to give festival-goers an experience that will set the right tone and vibe for the new year’s celebrations. After the tremendous success of the 2015 edition and the arrival of revelers to the doors of DWP from more than 30 countries, DWP earned the accolade of “Best EDM Festival of 2015” from several top music publications.
Although a predominantly Hindu island, Bali has communities of other religions. During Christmas time, Christian Balinese gather in their masses to unique churches that blend traditional Balinese architectural features. Among the most notable Balinese Protestant and Catholic communities are located in the villages of Palasari and Blimbingsari in West Bali. There are also other notable churches and cathedrals around the Denpasar area.
The second Galungan occurrence this year, the major local holiday is when Balinese Hindus commemorate the legendary battle of good versus evil, or the triumph of the spread of Hinduism in Bali.
Kuningan Day roughly takes place 10 days after the Galungan celebrations. Offerings and prayers are conducted at temples and shrines before noon. One of the island's most notable temples is Sakenan on Serangan Island, which coincidentally celebrates its piodalan temple anniversary around the day of Kuningan with a series of festivities, sacred dances and flows of pilgrims from all over during its three-day celebrations
New Years 2019 Countdown
New Year's Eve in Bali is dominated by the partying scenes at various nightspots and public spaces all across the island, with fireworks in constant launches.