Bali’s Burning Man: Gypsy Land Festival

Gypsyland

Gypsy Land Festival brings Burning Man to Bali

Gypsyland

Gypsy Land Festival is the brainchild of milennial meme lord “urmumsyadad”. What many thought would be the world’s next Fyre Festival has expanded into the Island’s largest techno festival. This year, the festival expects 10,000 guests to flock through the gates over July 10th and 11th from 3pm to 3:00am at Courtyard 66 in Seminyak, Bali.

Gypsyland

Gypsy Land has secured a cult following in Bali for being the island’s most eccentric festival. It’s a sensory overload of costume, set design, production and non-musical entertainment unlike any other festival in Indonesia.

Gypsyland

The two day festival is renowned for hosting multiple jaw dropping activities, including Motorcycle of Death, Cage Fights, Ferris Wheel, Skating, Flying Fox, Bull Riding, Paint Ball, Axe Throwing, Rock Climbing, Fetish Rooms and much much more. It’s highly encouraged potential punters check out Gypsy Land’s “experience page” – you won’t find another festival offering these activities!

Gypsyland

The festival is split into two areas; The Badlands and The Wonderlands. The Badlands is a post-apocalyptic world, a trash filled landscape reminiscent of Mad Max. It’s a place to indulge in all your sinful desires. The Wonderlands is a psychedelic refuge, a place for all you fairies. It’s glitter, butterflies and everything bliss. The festival is all about choice, will you be naughty or nice?

Gypsy Land Festival is on track to become the Burning Man of South East Asia.
Pre-sale tickets are AUD $30 at www.gypsy.land

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