The Dharma Fair - Balispirit Festival 2015
Dharma Fair 2015 Product Vendor Applications & Program Book / Coupon Book Advertising Forms will be available in November 2015.
There is a night market and daytime healing center and fair. You can apply for either daytime or night, but please note, there is only information about the daytime Dharma Fair mentioned below at this time.
For regular vendors, applications will be accepted in mid-November and decisions made in early January. COMMUNITY VENDORS & SPONSORS are prioritized first.
If you are interested in becoming a vendor, please see our Community Vendor and Sponsorship opportunities, click the link below.
- • Community Sponsor Vendor Application - The Festival prioritizes COMMUNITY VENDORS for Dharma Fair and Night Market spaces. Please note that the deadline for Vendor applications is December 15, 2014. Booths (the merchandise mix) is curated and chosen by Festival management. Priority is given to Community Vendor Sponsors. Please note that we ask each vendor to donate 5% of gross to our community outreach programs or an NGO whenever possible.
- • 2014 Wrap Up Statistics – This gives you an idea about who is coming to the Festival for 2015
- • Community Outreach Sheet – This shows you what community projects you support by joining the BaliSpirit Festival
For questions about the Dharma Fair, please contact: email@example.com please note we will start checking this email in October.
BaliSpirit Festival’s haven of: music, culture, healing, kids fun, interesting vendors and & community programs. All Dharma Fair proceeds support Festival Outreach Programs.
The Daytime Dharma Fair at at the Daytime Venue:
A buzzing marketplace full of healthy foods, unique Indonesian made products, healers, readers and a plethora of kids programs supported by Camp Magic, The Green School, Tamanak, BIS and BASAbali
Location: Purnati Center for the Arts, Batuan (15 minutes south of Ubud on the way to Denpasar)
How to get there: There are shuttle busses leaving from in front of KAFE, on Jln Hanoman regularly. Otherwise a private driver can get you there. See MAP to PURNATI
Dates: April 1-5, 2015
Hours: 9:00am – 6:00pm daily
Lunchtime Balinese Music Performances: 12:15pm daily
Dharma Fair (Daytime) Entrance Fees:
Admission Information for Adults and Kids*
*please note this is for admission into the Dharma Fair Vending/Healing and Stage area only (no entrance for workshops). Dharma Fair Passes are NON-REFUNDABLE.
Adults DF Daily Rate: Rp.150,000 (includes anyone on a KITAS, Visa of any other sort or Indonesian Nationality that is not on a Balinese KTP)
Adults 5 – day Paket: Rp.500,000 (includes anyone on a KITAS, Visa of any other sort or Indonesian Nationality that is not on a Balinese KTP)
Balinese KTP Rate: by donation
Babysitters/Caregivers with a valid Balinese KTP: by donation
*ADULTS**are admitted into the DAYTIME Dharma Fair buy purchasing a Dharma Fair HAND STAMP for the day. The colors of the stamp will change daily. If you purchase a 5-day pass its much easier for everyone. For the Night Market one must purchase a Night Music Pass in order to gain entrance.
Kids Explorer Pass Rate: Rp.100,000**
Kids Explorer Pass DF 5-day Rate: Rp.300,000**
** CHILDREN are permitted into the BaliSpirit Festival Dharma Fair (Purnati) and Night Concerts (ARMA), but they must purchase a KID's EXPLORER PASS***. The Kids Explorer Pass can be found at either venue's sales booth.
* Admission proceeds support Festival Outreach Programs
** Balinese Adults and Children with a KTP that originates in Bali, Indonesia, are admitted by donation.
*** All children under 9 must be accompanied by a care-giver. If caregiver is not attending workshops or shopping, the caregivers will be given a limited access to the main festival grounds to take the kids on walks or to swim in the afternoon. Passes and entrance stamps available at the gate.
For more information, see the line-up page for kids programs.
The Dharma Fair Music Corner & Workshop Tent
Featuring daily lunch-time concerts by unique Indonesian groups, both traditional and modern, as well as daily free seminars in health, healing and other issues of importance.
Marketplace / Bazaar
The Marketplace features Indonesian businesses including local not-for-profit booths, local handicraft, natural health and beauty products, artisan clothing and jewelry, holistic literature and paraphernalia, socially and ecologically sustainable products and crafts, festival merchandise (books, CDs, musical instruments, dance and yoga wear and equipment), yoga props and clothing, books and DVDs, performer merchandise and great raw/health food and beverages.
You can also find information on household waste management systems, renewable energy, eco-friendly lifestyles, community initiatives in environment and arts and culture preservation.
Healers & Readers Sanctuary
The Dharma Fair features some of the region's most esteemed practitioners and vendors in alternative health and medicine, personal growth, and spiritual well-being. They will offer sessions in Massage, Natural Facials, Cranio-Sacral, Chiropractic, Tarot, Reiki, Astrology, Iridology, and more! There will be keynote speakers will be leading interactive, participatory explorations through a variety of modalities.