Experience the Vibrant Culture and Creativity at Suara Festival in Bali

If you’re planning a trip to Bali and looking for an experience that celebrates the island’s rich cultural heritage and promotes art, music, and education, look no further than Suara Festival. This unique independent festival in Nuanu, Tabanan, Bali, celebrates community, inclusivity, and creativity.

Suara Festival invites artists worldwide to be a part of their space, creating a vibrant hub of creativity, collaboration, and social entrepreneurship. The festival is set among 44 hectares of pristine ocean-facing land, with a breathtaking view of Nyanyi beach. With its stunning setting and commitment to sustainability, Suara Festival provides a unique opportunity to connect with the local community and experience the beauty of Bali.

At Suara Festival, you can enjoy a wide range of international and local cuisine, including some of our favorite Indonesian street foods. You can also quench your thirst at the festival’s two bars serving locally crafted beer and cocktails.

Suara Festival is a family-friendly event and attracts people from all walks of life. Children under 18 can enter for free with a responsible adult. The festival aims to create a space that works for the community, with the community. From creative hubs to educational seminars, Suara Festival has something for everyone.

Suara Festival 2023 will take place from Saturday, May 13th, to Sunday, May 14th. Doors will open at noon each day and close at midnight. Early bird tickets will go on sale on February 1st, with day tickets and tickets available on the day of the event. Indonesian nationals can take advantage of special rates. For those coming from outside Bali, there are various forms of transport, including the Gojek and Grab mobile applications, which are easy to download on your phone and popular in Bali. A large parking lot is suitable for scooters and cars for day parking.

To ensure that Suara Festival remains a “Leave No Trace” event, attendees are encouraged to use the recycling bins appropriately. All cold drinks are served in eco-friendly reusable cups. Refillable water stations are available throughout the festival site, and attendees are asked to bring a refillable water bottle to reduce plastic waste.

So pack your bags, bring your open mind and positive attitude, and join us at Suara Festival for a celebration of community, creativity, and the beauty of Bali.