Bali Event Calendar : January – March 2024

Let’s rev up to Bali at the start of 2024! There’s a lineup of events that’ll make you forget all about your daily grind. From hanging out with global masterminds to witnessing epic parades straight out of legends. And imagine, joining a super fun mass kissing ritual! Bali for the first quarter of 2024 isn’t just a holiday spot, guys. It’s about diving into a whirlpool of cool and contemporary culture. Get ready to add some unforgettable stories to your life!


Asia Pasific – (11 -12 January)

The year kicks off with the “Asia Pacific” event held at the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center from the 11th to the 12th of January. This gathering is likely to be a conference or exhibition that showcases the diverse cultures and business opportunities within the Asia Pacific region, inviting international delegates and visitors to engage and learn more about the potential within this dynamic part of the world.

Asia Pasific Conference Image by Love Bali


APAO – (22 – 25 February)

February brings a focus on commerce and innovation with the “APO 2024” event, scheduled from the 22nd to the 25th at the same prestigious venue in Nusa Dua. This event may revolve around the Asia-Pacific economic cooperation, discussing trends, challenges, and growth strategies for the region.

APAO 2024 Image by Perdami

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Pokemon Adventure – (1 – 3 March)

March is a month filled with color and tradition, starting with the “Pokemon Adventure” event from the 1st to the 3rd at the Lapangan Puputan Renon, Denpasar. While the name suggests a theme related to the popular Japanese franchise, this event could likely involve a creative blend of cultural activities with modern entertainment, catering to both local and international audiences.

Pokemon Image by Kemenparekraf

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Mekotekan – (9 March)

The festivities continue with the “Melasti Munggu” in Badung on the 9th of March, a ceremonial procession leading up to the Balinese Day of Silence, Nyepi. Large and colorful processions characterize this event, leading to the sea where participants perform purification rituals.

Mekotekan Image by Disbud Badung

Pawai Ogoh Ogoh Denpasar – (10 March)

Another significant event in March is the “Pawai Ogoh-Ogoh Kota Denpasar” on the 10th, a traditional Balinese event where enormous papier-mâché effigies of mythological beings are paraded through the streets to ward off evil spirits.

Omed – Omedan – (12 March)

The cultural experience culminates in the “Omed-Omedan” festival, also known as ‘The Kissing Ritual’, on the 12th of March in Denpasar. This unique tradition involves young men and women participating in a playful and spirited event that is believed to bring good luck and happiness to the community.

Omed omedan Image by Love Bali

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Each event in Bali’s calendar is a testament to the island’s vibrant culture and traditions. The first quarter of 2024 in Bali blends international conferences with local ceremonies, offering a rich blend of cultural depth and warm hospitality for explorers. We encourage visitors to dive into and actively participate in these cultural festivities, offering a glimpse into the island’s soul.

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