We round up some of the top events in the months ahead from all over
We round up some top events in the upcoming months
Bali Spirit Festival March 19 –23 Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
This festival will lift you up through its global celebration of yoga, dance and music. Set in the grounds of the Purnati Center for the Arts in Batuan, near Ubud, the open-air venue is unmatched for its inspiring, tropical beauty. Now in its seventh year, the Bali Spirit Festival has become an international energy-charged event showcasing the world’s best in health, yoga, world music, philanthropy and social change – celebrating the richness of culture, the sanctity of the environment, and harmony between people.
For more information visit balispiritfestival.com.
The BMW Sydney Carnival March 22 – April 26 Sydney
The BMW Sydney Carnival is the premier horse racing event for Australia’s global city held over six weeks. Boasting the nest thoroughbred racing and a staggering 49 Group races, the Carnival spans Sydney’s two premiere racecourses, with three weeks at Rosehill Gardens, followed by three weeks at Royal Randwick. The event delivers world class racing, stunning fashion and fantastic entertainment in one of the world’s most iconic cities and the Down Under home of racing.
For more information visit theraces.com.au.
New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival April 25 – May 4, 2014 New Orleans
Celebrating its 45th year as the birthplace of jazz, the festival brings a wide mix of internationally renowned musicians. Inspired by Mahalia Jackson and the Eureka Brass Band back in 1970, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival celebrates the culture of Louisiana combined with the fervor of a gospel hymn and the joy of a jazz parade. It’s a celebration unique to this magical destination.
For more information visit nojazzfest.com.
Dubai Camel Racing April 6 – 17 Al Marmoum Camel Racetrack, Dubai
This festival turns the spotlight on a sport rooted in the country’s culture and traditions. The 12-day festival brings together thousands of highlytrained camels from all over the Middle East of different ages and breeds to compete in daily races to win astounding cash prizes. This traditional festival features all-day activities with lots of exhibits and programs based both on the country’s cultural traditions and folklore. Both Emiratis and expatriates will nd much to delight and fascinate.
For details visit dubaicalendar.ae/en