Techno music festival Gypsy Land is set to return to Bali on July 10 and 11.
The event expects to welcome 10,000 guests to Courtyard 66 in Seminyak.
In a statement, the festival’s organizer said, “Gypsy Land Festival is on track to become the Burning Man of South East Asia.”
With its first edition held in 2018, Gypsy Land has secured a cult following and become Bali’s most eccentric festival. Renowned for hosting activities that include rock climbing, axe throwing, paint ball, flying fox and bull riding, Gypsy Land sets itself apart from other festivals in Indonesia.
The festival will be divided in two areas, Badlands and Goodlands. The organizer described Badlands as a “post-apocalyptic world, a trash filled landscape”, and Goodlands as a “psychedelic refuge, a place for all you fairies. It’s glitter, butterflies and everything bliss”.
Early bird tickets are available at the festival’s official website with prices starting from Rp 300,000 (US$21.99) for a single day entry.