If you’re an AcroYogi, you wouldn’t want to miss the AcroYoga Festival, which is said to be the biggest festival combining acrobatics and yoga in Asia. The AcroYoga co-founder, Jason Nemer, together with a team of international teachers, will be there to lead the three-day festival experience. There will be over 25 classes for beginners to advanced practitioners.
Friday, Feb. 21 – Sunday, Feb. 23 at The Mansion Bali, Ubud. Tickets starting from US$40 for Friday drop-in to US$175 for three-day pass (food and accommodation are not included), available on AcroYoga’s official website.
Tommy Dwi Djatmiko, AKA Mastom, is an Indonesian custom motorcycle builder who’s been in the industry for over 20 years. He founded the custom motorcycle brand Mastom Custom in 2008. He will pour his passion and obsession of motorcycle into artworks in his solo exhibition, Riding with the Wind: a Motorcycle Diary.
Mastom will donate part of the auction proceeds to the Begawan Foundation, which has been active in the Bali Starling Conservation and environmental education since 1996. Expect free flow wine, Koenig & Kaltenberg beer, and Strongbow Cider from 7pm.
This exhibition will be held from Friday, Feb. 21 to Mar. 22 at Deus Temple of Enthusiasm, Canggu, opening event from 7pm onwards. RSVP for dining to +62 811 388 150.
Underground Escape, one of the most well-known underground parties in Bali, goes indoors at a new venue in Canggu, HAUS Bali. Resident DJ JnK will be spinning alongside some of the best DJs in the Bali party scene, Manu-L and Laziovau.
Friday, Feb. 21 at HAUS Bali, Canggu, from 10pm onwards. Free entry.
Ulu Cliffhouse welcomes Grammy-nominated electronic DJ and producer Nic Fanciulli for what promises to be a spectacular open-air set on the clifftop stage. Fanciulli represents the formative generation of DJs that carved Ibiza’s status within dance music. This will be his second time playing at the Uluwatu beach club. Fanciulli’s set will be supported by Little Fritter, Rich Penny, Andy Chunes, Pete Santos, Jay Mugelli, and Ben Pound.
Saturday, Feb. 22 at Ulu Cliffhouse, Padang Beach, Uluwatu, from 2pm onwards. Free entry, VIP Daybed and table reservations at email@example.com.
There will be two epic parties, two days in a row at OMNIA Bali this weekend.
The daytime pool party Swim into Saturdays will feature two-time Grammy-nominated Serbian-Australian House DJ/producer Dirty South, who will make his OMNIA debut on Saturday.
The Phoenix Sundays event will celebrate its second birthday on Sunday, featuring Tech-House DJ and producer duo Solardo.
SWIM into Saturdays on Saturday, Feb. 22 and Phoenix Sundays 2nd Birthday on Sunday, Feb. 23 at OMNIA Bali, Uluwatu. Tickets for general admissions are available here, RSVP your seat to VIP@omniabali.com or Whatsapp at +62 812-3856-9307.
Sunday nights are for music gluttons at Deus, especially when Soul Food graces the stage. Helping them fill the bill will be Fernando Lavado and DJ Benni. Happy hour runs from 5-7pm.
Sunday, Feb. 23 at Deus Temple of Enthusiasm, Canggu, from 7pm onwards. RSVP for dining to +62 811 388 150.
Alice has left her tea party and is now looking for a painting party with some free-flow wine. Care to join her? Everyone can join the paint and sip event, and painting materials will be provided at the venue. Instructions will be given in English and Bahasa Indonesia, and children 8 years and above are also welcomed to join (sans wine, of course).
Sunday, Feb. 23 at The Mill @ Starbucks Reserve Dewata, Seminyak, from 2pm-5pm. Paint only package is priced at IDR350K/person, while paint and wine package is at IDR450K. Reserve your spot on Bartega’s website.
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