Four-Hands Dinner at The Legian Bali: 5th August 2016
On Friday 5th August, The Legian Bali is celebrating its 20th Anniversary with an exceptional and exclusive gourmet event at its signature dining destination, The Restaurant. The glamorous and gastronomic evening will see a collaborative four-hands, wine-paired dinner by Master Chef Chris Salans, chef-owner of the acclaimed Mozaic Restaurant, and The Legian’s own executive chef, Luke Macleod.
Sharing a penchant for premium quality ingredients obtained from ethical sources, the two chefs will dish up an extravagant seven-course dinner with canapés and pre-dessert, each course matched with a specially selected premium wine.
The evening begins at 6.30PM. To book your seat email email@example.com.
The Ubud Village Jazz Festival: 12th & 13th August 2016
Founded by Yuri Mahatma and Anom Darsana, the Ubud Village Jazz Festival is a banquet of contemporary and traditional jazz attracting an impressive array of international artists, as well as the crème de la crème of Indonesia’s blooming musical talent.
Scheduled for the 12th and 13th August on the grounds of the fantastic ARMA Museum in Ubud, tickets for this, the fourth festival, can be purchased via their website. This year’s performers include the legendary Reuben Rogers and Peter Bernstein, Margie Segers, The Daunas, the East-West European Jazz Orchestra featuring Gregory Gaynair, Mia Samira, Bali Gypsy Fire, the Joyfe Jazz quintet, the Ian Scionti trio, Oele Pattiselano, Salamander Big Band and the Youn Woo Park Trio, plus Ben Van Den Dungen who will showcase his latest project, LOUIS!
Sanur Kite Festival: late June through August 2016
Attracting huge local, national and international attention, kite festivals are one of Bali’s major annual highlights and, aside from being great family fun, they present a window into the island’s unique village life. The festival is actually a series of competitions taking place from late June until late August over most weekends – winds permitting – mainly at Padang Galak, just north of Sanur. Expect tens of thousands of flag-waving supporters to join the larger events and a total carnival atmosphere as village groups roar their support, accompanied by the unique sound of gamelan orchestras, from early morning until dusk.