This summer we’ve teamed up with Bali Unite to offer you a once-in-a-lifetime South East Asia festival experience!
About Bali Unite
Taking place from Friday 31st July – Sunday 2nd August at the new 7Temples eco beach complex on a beautiful stretch of black sand in Karangasem, East Bali, Bali Unite is an international celebration of music, arts and expression!
Karangasem Beach, East Bali
The 7Temples Complex derives its name from the seven significant Hindu temples that surround the property and is Asia’s first large-scale eco festival venue. Says famed architect Amir Rabik, “The beautiful and spacious bamboo structures we are constructing are not only designed to keep our thousands of guests comfortable, but they are also fully recyclable and blend in with the 7Temples’s surrounding jungles and beaches. We want to make sure that, in the long-term, we can achieve fully sustainable festival grounds.”
(Photo by Kyer Wiltshire)
So what’s on the agenda?
During the three-day experience, thousands of festival-goers will enjoy listening to world-renowned and local artists, as well as taking part in yoga, dance and wellness workshops and sampling delicious organic food and drinks! For a true festival experience, you can bring your own camping gear and pitch your tent right on the festival grounds in the heart of the action! Tents and sleeping bags are also available for rent.
The festival starts at 4pm on Friday and on Saturday 1st August, a unique Full Moon Dance Party will rave on until the wee hours of the morning, followed by a day of family-friendly activities on the Sunday.
Expect an international and local broad lineup from dance, reggae, hip-hop, pop and downtempo lounge!
Artist, Yasiin Bey, AKA ‘Mos Def’ – Confirmed for the line-up
Says Rebecca Reijman, Bali Unite’s Indonesian Music Curator – “We often say that music is a universal language because it unites people together. That is why Bali Unite welcomes a variety of styles of music on three separate stages: from up-tempo electronic music to alternative rock, pop, down-tempo lounge, and reggae: We have it all!”
COMPETITION NOW CLOSED.
We are offering YOU the chance to win two VIP Tickets to Bali Unite Festival along with tent accommodation for two people for two nights.
What do I have to do?
The theme of Bali Unite is “Come to Life”. All you have to do is submit a personal travel photo* of yours that best envisions this theme. The winning photo will be on the FRONT COVER of the July-August issue of South East Asia Backpacker Magazine!
Email your photo to info[@]southeastasiabackpacker.com – and wait for the grand announcement on 1st July 2015 in our special Bali Unite Edition of South East Asia Backpacker Magazine!
*Photos must be original.
*Only one photo per entrant.
Photos by Sasha Golyanova