Kuta Karnival (this year is called Kuta Beach Festival) is an annual event held in Kuta Beach - Bali, Indonesia, and this year edition will be helf from 6-8 October 2017, featuring live music, DJ, food /culinary festival and many other activities. The previous edition of this event has witnessed large number of tourists from round the globe and enjoying the events on the beachside of Kuta. This year, Kuta Karnival promises more fun and excitement. There will be series of events from opening ceremony with Kite Festival, Balinese Arts, Cartoon exhibitions, Movie Screening, Bali Food Festival, Sand Sculpture Competition and lots more activities that offers spectacle and participation from visitor.
Line up of events available below.
Kuta Beach Festival 2017 will be held in the beach area of Kuta, and Kura-Kura Bus passes right in front of the event. Nearest bus stops are BeachWalk and The Stone, with only a few minutes away from the event areas. As there are no definitive location of the event, we cannot pinpoint the exact location of the stage but since Kuta Beach is a few kilometres stretch at most, you can easily walk from one side to another all in the while catching those beautiful waves.
As a part of Kuta Festival 2017, Bali Food Festival will also be held in this mega event. All those who loves cuisines or recipes can take part in this mega food event in Kuta Beach region. Apart from delicious food stalls, there will be movie screening, DJ session, children playground and lot of other entertainment activities. So don't miss this Bali Food Festival at Kuta Festival 2017.
This year will see the 3rd Annual Bali Vegan Festival in Ubud, which regularly held in the Paradiso Ubud, Taksu Spa and a new additional venue of Ubud Soccer Field, which will offer free entry for all and will host yoga classes, movie screenings, live entertainment and vegan marketplace. This year Vegan Festival aims to united community and spread the message of kindness, compassion and love for animals and the Earth. This year especially in the wake of imminent eruption of Mt. Agung, Bali Vegan Festival seeks to clarify the issue surrounding the potential eruption, which has seen many sensationalized and incorrect information shared among social media and magazine.
The event aims to show that Bali remains Bali, a safe place for tourist and Ubud in particular remains the mecca for those searching for cultural escape and inner-self compassion through vegan (organic plant-based) food, yoga, meditation and promoting a healthy, cruelty free lifestyle.
For more information regarding this event please visit http://www.baliveganfestival.com/
Kura-Kura Bus passes through Hanoman Street, the closest bus stop to Ubud Vegan Festival is Alaya Resort Ubud (around 7-10 minutes walk) and Puri Lukisan Museum(around 15 minutes walk). Ticket for Ubud line is Rp. 80,000 one way or alternatively you can purchase return ticket of Rp. 120,000.-
For those travelling regularly to Ubud we recommend a 3 day pass ticket which will have unlimited 3 days travel in all Kura-Kura Bus line. For more information regarding tickets please visit our website here.