Now in its 7th year, visitors to the Legian Beach Festival will once again be able to explore the wealth of cultural variety and heritage to be found in Indonesia as well as in Bali itself and a chance to join in all sorts of fun activities. The Festival which will be held along the beachside road between Jalan Melasti Jalan Padma and Legian, Bali from 5-8 September 2013.
One of the main attractions at the Festival will be the many stands offering local crafts by highly skilled Balinese jewelers, sculptors and painters as well as clothes, shoes, bags, etc. Following the outstanding success of both the modern and traditional entertainment which brought in the crowds in 2012, Legian Beach Festival will again feature two stages, one at the Jl Melasti end and one at the Jl Padma end.
In addition, there will all sorts of exciting activities each which includes: Performances of traditional dances and music from many parts of Indonesia: Bali – featuring dancers & musicians from Sanggar SIP who have performed internationally, as well as performers from Jakarta, Bogor, Jambi Province, Tanjung Pinang, Sulawesi and other regions.
There are also Balinese performance and band such as the parade & professional Barong Performance, Performances of live music from talented musicians and singers such as Bali’s own ‘Ronaldgang’ blues & rock band, reggae band 'Kingston Soul', fusion band 'Khatulistiwa' to name but a few.
Beside musics and dances, local and international cuisine also exist there like Regional Indonesian culinary delights from Bali (lawar, sate, babi guling), Sumatra (Padang), West Java, East Java amongst others. While International cuisine come from India, Italy, Japan, Mexico and other countries around the world.
The others activities such as Fun Health Walk with prize draw, Surfing tuition & competitions, Painting Competition, Chess Tournament, Judo demonstrations, Tug-of-War competitions, Miss Legian Beach Festival 2013 Competition, Fashion Shows and Special activities for children. Those activities are in Legian Beach Festival’s aim is to add exciting new dimensions to both visitors to and residents of Bali. (BTN/015)
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