Bali Spirit Festival, Ubud Bali May 7-11th, 2025

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FAQS, TERMS & CONDITIONS

FAQS

BaliSpirit Festival is for everyone – for solo travelers, groups, families, beginners and advanced practitioners alike, for yogis and dancers and those new to all modalities. We welcome all races, religions, countries of origin, sexual orientations and genders. Everybody is invited to join our community with an open heart and respect for the light that shines within each and everyone of us.

While daily passes will be available for purchase at the venue, our current focus is on selling the 4-day full pass.For the latest updates, please be sure to check our website regularly

Yes, we offer discounted rates for Indonesian nationals here as well as KITAS, KIPEM, KTP Bali and Social Budaya visa holders here. Please send your email to [email protected]

Children aged 2-12 can enter Balispirit Festival for free. Please note that babysitting services ARE NOT AVAILABLE at the Kids Zone. While we don’t have a specific program for kids, there will be a small corner dedicated to coloring or painting activities.

For children 12 to 18 years old, we have the new discounted Teenager Pass. It is equivalent to the 4-Day Pass with unlimited access to all workshops and music. Please email to [email protected]

Yes, we offer special group rates for a minimum of 10 people. If you would like to purchase tickets for a group, our sales office will assist you at [email protected]

All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges on tickets. Only in the case of a 2020 ticket this can be exchanged to a 2024 ticket

We strongly recommend that you purchase a Travel Insurance which may offer reimbursement for your tickets in case of health issues or other unplanned circumstances that prevent you from attending. WrisTICKETs (wrist bands) are not transferable to another person and must be presented on demand.

BaliSpirit Festival DOES NOT OFFER ANY REFUNDS

To ensure a comfortable and convenient experience at the festival, please bring the following items:

  • Small Pouch: Label it with your name and phone number. Inside, include your phone, charger, and cash or credit card for eating and shopping at the Dharma fair.
  • Personal Yoga Mat: Bring your own mat for the best experience, as mats and props are subject to availability upon arrival. Alternatively, you can purchase one at the festival at the Bali Yoga Shop.
  • Refillable Water Bottle: Stay hydrated and help reduce plastic waste by bringing your own bottle. We offer refill stations for your convenience.
  • Microfiber Towel: Be prepared for sweating during the day. A lightweight towel is recommended.
  • Light and Comfortable Clothing: Wear suitable clothing for workshops and activities.
  • Mosquito Repellent: Protect yourself from insect bites and prevent Dengue disease, which is a possibility on the island.
  • Local SIM Card: For cheap calls, texts, and mobile data, consider getting a local SIM card with sufficient credit for a week, which costs about IDR 100,000 (under USD 8).
  • Correct Adapter for Your Devices: Ensure you have the proper plug adapter for Bali. You can check here to confirm compatibility

The 2024 festival will be held at the world famous Yoga Barn and extend in to the Puri Padi hotel next door. Read here about the venue here. Parking will be at the nearby Monkey Forest Parking lot with a FREE shuttle to the festival Site.

Click here for parking and shuttle information. The main entrance of Bali Spirit Festival 2024 will be from Puri Padi hotel via Jl. Hanoman. Guests can not enter the festival via the main entrance of YogaBarn on Jl. Sukma Kesuma

Please note: all acts and schedules are subject to change without notice! Click here for the 2024 line up and schedule- keep checking back, more presenters and musicians are being announced each day!

To keep up with updates on newly confirmed teachers and music acts, we recommend you join the Facebook event or opt-in for our email newsletter.

All BaliSpirit Festival workshops operate on a drop-in basis, filling up on a first-come, first-serve principle. To ensure your spot in any class you’re interested in, we advise planning to arrive at least 15 minutes before the scheduled start time. This approach helps us manage class sizes effectively while allowing you to secure your participation in our diverse and enriching workshops.

  • Maintain Silence: Out of respect for the environment of fellow participants, please maintain silence during all classes and workshops. This helps create a space where everyone can concentrate and fully immerse themselves in the experience.
  • Phones and Cameras: Please turn off all phones and cameras in classes and workshops to reduce distractions and maintain a focused learning environment. Recording is permitted during lectures only, but photography and video recording are strictly prohibited in classes and workshops to ensure the privacy and experience of all participants

In general, please pack light and avoid bringing items which are likely to end up in a landfill on Bali. Specifically, you will need light and comfortable clothing for workshops, a reusable water bottle (we only offer refill stations so you must have your own bottle) and yoga mat. There will also be yoga mats on sale at the festival location as well as in the many yoga shops around Ubud. In addition, it would be useful to bring an unlocked phone so that you can buy a local SIM card for cheap calls, texts and mobile data. A card with sufficient credit for a week costs about IDR 100,000 which is under USD 8. You may also wish to bring a small towel for daytime workshops as it can get quite warm during the day 😉 Finally, check here if you are going to need an adapter for your devices

Festival passes do not include food and accommodation. However, we have several accommodation partners with great offers for festival attendees. You can find more here.

As for food, there is a great market at the festival. Food vendors offer a variety of flavors and food choices, including raw, vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options, using a majority of local and organic ingredients.

If you wish to do so, you can also bring your own food to the festival venue, including snacks for your children

BaliSpirit Festival is a DRUG-FREE festival. By ‘drug free’ we refer to ALL kinds of drugs, including medical drugs which might be legal in other countries. Possession of or dealing with any drugs including CBD Oil, THC Oil (even if prescribed), medical Marijuana, cookies, edibles is an indictable offence by Indonesian law which defines drugs/narcotics as follows

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Article 1.1. Any substance or medicine derived from plants or non-plants, either synthetic or semi-synthetic, which may cause degradation or change of consciousness, sensation loss, reduction through elimination of pain, and may cause dependence, which is differentiated into groups as referred to the Law:

  1. Therapeutically useless drugs, highly addictive like opium and its derivatives, heroin, cocaine, hashish, marijuana, MDMA (ecstasy), mescaline, LSD, amphetamine, methamphetamine, etc.
  2. Therapeutically useful drugs but highly addictive like hydromorphone, oxycodone, pethidine, morphine etc.
  3. Therpeutically useful but not as addictive as group 1&2 like dihydrocodeine, codeine, buprenorphine, etc.

Sentences can be high fines, jail up to life imprisonment and/or death penalty especially in case of trafficking. Check here for the detailed English information on the Indonesian drug law.

The co-Founders, Producers and Staff of BaliSpirit Festival do not condone the consumption of narcotics nor the trafficking of narcotics into Indonesia, as defined by the Indonesian Government

It is vital that anyone travelling to Indonesia has a health insurance. If you have an accident or fall ill during your time in Bali, medical care and hospitals can be expensive for foreigners without medical insurance and good private hospitals will never accept you without proof that you will pay for their services. Many hospitals even in Bali are not equipped to handle serious or complicated surgeries, so you would need to have an emergency evacuation coverage to Singapore or Australia and without insurance this can amount up to $50,000. A travel insurance great for all international travelers is World Nomads. Make sure you have the necessary vaccines, get your insurance and read its conditions before you visit Bali and Indonesia, it could save your life

Please find the latest information on health precaution here.

Ticket FAQs

The dates for BaliSpirit Festival 2025 are 7-11th May!

  • If you do not wish to or are unable to attend the festival in 2023, you can transfer your ticket to another person up until February 1, 2023. To complete the transfer, please get in touch with our team at [email protected].
  • If you cannot attend in 2023 and do not wish to transfer your ticket, you can choose to use your pass for the 2024 festival. The dates will only be announced after the 2023 event so please do not choose this option if you do not have flexibility on your travel in 2024. To transfer your ticket to 2024, please get in touch with our team at [email protected] before February 1st, 2024.
  • If you do not wish to or are unable to attend the festival in 2023, you can transfer your ticket to another person up until February 1, 2023. To complete the transfer, please get in touch with our team at [email protected].
  • If you cannot attend in 2023 and do not wish to transfer your ticket, you can choose to use your pass for the 2024 festival. The dates will only be announced after the 2023 event so please do not choose this option if you do not have flexibility on your travel in 2024. To transfer your ticket to 2024, please get in touch with our team at [email protected] before February 1st, 2023.

Following standard festival practices worldwide, tickets are non-refundable in cases of force majeure, including acts of God. However, you have the option to transfer your 2020 ticket to another person for the 2024 festival. To proceed, kindly send the name and email address of the substitute person to [email protected]. For 2024 transfers, please provide this information by February 1st, 2024. It’s important to note that 2024 is the final year for redeeming your 2020 ticket, as it will no longer be valid for the 2025 festival

Here are some tips to transfer tickets over to someone else:

  • Let your friends and family know of your intention to transfer
  • Advertise through your social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.
  • Advertise on your local Facebook Marketplace
  • Advertise at your local yoga, health, wellness and spirituality schools, retreats, groups, and gatherings or their online platforms
  • Advertise on festival-related Facebook groups like Buy / Sell Festival Tickets and Festival Ticket Sale Groups in your area
  • List your ticket on the official event on Ticketswap here – it’s a safe way to both sell and buy festival tickets.
  • List your tickets on local classifieds sites (i.e. Craigslist and similar)

You can view ticket prices at www.balispiritfestival.com/tickets. Sign up here for emails to be notified when we launch ticket sales and special promotions or follow us on Facebook and Instagram

You do not have to get a different ticket. Please send a corresponding information with ticket number, name and email address to [email protected] and our team will convert it into the ticket category valid for your child.

Please send a message to [email protected] and we get back to you asap.

TICKETING TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Waiver Notice: Pass Sales
By purchasing your BaliSpirit Festival tickets and collecting your wristband at the Festival Ticketing Office or Festival grounds, you accept the following Terms, Conditions and Waivers.

The BaliSpirit Festival and its representatives, with the exception of willful misconduct, shall not be held liable for any injury, damage, loss, delay or irregularity that may be occasioned for any reason by wristband holders attending the BaliSpirit Festival venues, including but not limited to: death, personal injury, illness, delay, postponement, or cancellation of scheduled performances and loss of or damage to personal property.

Prices are in USD$.

Festival Planning
This event will take place rain or shine but dates are subject to change, depending on global travel restrictions due to covid-19.

Terms of the Wristband
Your wristband must be worn to gain re-entry to the venue during any single session or day. Any damaged or altered wristbands will be considered NULL and VOID and will not be replaced.

Collecting your Wristband
Bring your e-ticket (print or digital) and photo ID to the BaliSpirit Festival venue – you can then obtain your wristicket upon entry.

Pass Upgrades
You can upgrade to a higher-tier ticket – either via email ([email protected]) or at the festival sales office.

Sales at the Entrance
We encourage you to buy your tickets in advance, to avoid disappointment if the workshops or concerts are sold out. If passes are still available, however, onsite purchases can be made by cash (Indonesian rupiah or US dollars) or credit card at the festival venue, 7 AM – 10 PM.

Photography & Filming
Photographic, video or audio reproduction of BaliSpirit Festival is prohibited for commercial purposes. Drones are not permitted. Please respect the privacy of your fellow Festival goers; Don’t spend time on electronic devices, you will be better connected when you disconnect.

Grant of Rights

Ticket holders consent to being filmed, photographed and recorded.

The ticket holder grants permission to Management to utilize the holder’s image, likeness, actions and statements in any live or recorded audio, video, film, or photographic display or other transmission, exhibition, publication or reproduction made of, or at, the Event in any medium or context for any purpose, including commercial or promotional purposes, without further authorization or compensation.

Those attending give their consent to their appearance in images recorded by any type of medium for subsequent informative, promotional and/or commercial dissemination of the BaliSpirit Festival and authorization for the use thereof. The said images may appear in any medium or format worldwide and indefinitely.

Forbidden Activities on Festival Grounds
The following items are forbidden on the Festival grounds:

  • Alcohol and illegal drugs or substances
  • Highchairs
  • Animals (except guide dogs)
  • Long lens cameras and audio recording equipment
  • Non-biodegradable rubbish (no plastic bags, hard plastic, metallic wrappers etc) – are allowed on the Festival grounds.
    The Event Manager or a representative reserves the right to inspect all bags and containers. No busking/performing is permitted, without prior permission from the Event Manager.
    No distribution of flyers or pamphlets and no soliciting or fundraising of any kind is permitted on the Festival grounds, grounds entrances, or parking lots.
    The recording or photography of any workshop or live performance taking place on the Festival grounds (or at any other venue featuring a performance billed as a Festival event) with a longlens camera, video recording device of any kind, or audio recording device is strictly prohibited without first securing the permission and authorization of the Event Manager. The Event Manager reserves the right to expel from the Festival grounds and confiscate recordings from anyone engaged in these activities without permission. No person shall interfere with plants, water fixtures, or any other installation within the venue.

Expulsion from the Festival Grounds
For the safety and enjoyment of all Festival guests, volunteers, and staff, the BaliSpirit Festival reserves the right to accept or reject any participant at any time without liability, in any event it determines appropriate, at its sole and exclusive discretion. The Festival is under no obligation to any such participant who disrupts the harmony of the Festival to pay a refund of amount, following expulsion from the Festival grounds.
The BaliSpirit Festival is not responsible or liable for any participant who leaves the Festival grounds prior to its conclusion or for any activity undertaken by any participant outside of the Festival grounds.

FORCE MAJEURE
In the case of circumstances beyond normal control, such as war, civil or political unrest, actions and orders from the authorities, strikes, catastrophes, epidemics or other severe damages or highly unexpected factors the BaliSpirit Festival reserves the right to postpone the Festival, and the amounts received will not be refunded. If the Festival is postponed due to circumstances beyond anyone’s control, you will be contacted with the alternative solutions and postponement’s new dates.

REFUND AND TRANSFER POLICY

There are NO REFUNDS for passes/wrisTICKETS purchased.

Transfer of electronic tickets is permitted no later than March 1, 2024. Transfer requests must be made via email by the original ticket buyer to [email protected].

Transfer requests will be completed within 5 business days. We strongly recommend that you purchase a Travel Insurance which may offer reimbursement for your tickets in case of health issues or other unplanned circumstances that prevent you from attending. WrisTICKETs (wrist bands) are not transferable to another person and must be presented on demand.

BaliSpirit Festival DOES NOT OFFER ANY REFUNDS.

Damaged WrisTICKETs
There will be no refunds given for lost WrisTICKETs.

RULES & REGULATIONS

  1. Participants are required to wear a wristband throughout BaliSpirit Festival. The organizer has the right to prohibit anyone without a wristband from gaining access to the festival venues. The organizer will not be responsible for any damaged, lost or stolen wristbands. Preparation and distribution of counterfeit tickets for BaliSpirit Festival event is prohibited and unlawful.
  2. Please take responsibility for your children’s safety and well being for the duration of BaliSpirit Festival. Some acts may also be unsuitable for children so please be aware.
  3. You must be 21 to drink alcohol and, if requested, you must show a valid ID to purchase alcohol. BaliSpirit Festival is a zero tolerance event. All local and national laws will be strictly enforced.
  4. Bringing illicit drugs to the festival venue is prohibited. Indonesian law forbids the use of drugs (including CBD Oil, THC Oil (even if prescribed), medical Marijuana, cookies or other edibles which contain any traces of these) and stipulates severe punishment for offenders. BaliSpirit Festival respects Indonesian law and has a zero tolerance “no use” policy for all classes of substances banned by national law.
  5. Smoking in the festival area is prohibited.
  6. You may be searched on entry to the festival. We do not permit any of the following items anywhere on site: guns, knives, fireworks, pepper spray, glass or anything that may be considered a weapon. Anyone caught carrying harmful weapons or other explosive devices will be investigated and taken seriously in accordance with security procedures and laws in Indonesia.
  7. Unauthorized professional film or sound recording equipment, including drones are prohibited in the festival venue unless explicitly given permission by BaliSpirit Festival organizer. Any material recorded without permission, may be destroyed or confiscated by the organizer.
  8. To maintain a focussed atmosphere during our classes and workshops, we request all participants to adhere to the following guidelines: Please maintain silence during classes to respect the learning environment and your fellow participants. Turn off your phones and cameras in all classes/workshops. Recording is permitted in lectures. But please, no photos or videos during classes/workshops to respect the privacy and experience of all attendees.
  9. We do not tolerate any abusive or violent behavior towards our staff members or any festival attendees. Please cooperate with our staff; they are there for your safety.
  10. As a condition of entry, the festival attendee consents to being photographed, filmed or sound recorded for TV, Video, DVD, Webcast or other marketing or public broadcast as part of the audience.
  11. Neither the organizer nor the Premises License Holder will be responsible for any loss, theft or damage of participant’s belongings during the festival in any festival venue or shuttle buses or for personal injury.
  12. Being nude in any public area, river, or any sacred space at the festival venue is prohibited – please respect local culture!
  13. Please throw rubbish in the appropriate bins provided, try to minimize plastic usage by using reusable containers – we do not allow glass on site for safety reasons.
  14. The line up and schedule are always subject to change

Expulsion from the Festival Grounds:
For the safety and enjoyment of all Festival guests, volunteers, and staff, the BaliSpirit Festival reserves the right to accept or reject any participant at any time without liability, in any event it determines appropriate, at its sole and exclusive discretion. The Festival is under no obligation to any such participant who disrupts the harmony of the Festival to pay a refund of amount, following expulsion from the Festival grounds.

The BaliSpirit Festival is not responsible or liable for any participant who leaves the Festival grounds prior to its conclusion or for any activity undertaken by any participant outside of the Festival grounds.