BaliSpirit Festival 2021


Balispirit and Camp Magic’s Ongoing Participation

March 29 - April 4   |   Ubud, Bali

A great place to get your groove, shake it up and move!

Founded by Meghan Pappenheim, Kadek Gunarta, and Robert Weber, Balispirit Festival is located in Ubud and has been going strong now for over 12 years.  

Here is their mission:

"The goal of the BaliSpirit Festival is to awaken and nourish each individual’s potential for positive change within, leading to positive change in our homes, in our communities, and around the world.


Through the beneficial and inspirational traditions of Yoga, Dance, and Music, the BaliSpirit Festival embodies the Balinese Hindu concept of Tri Hita Karana: living in harmony with our spiritual, social, and natural environments. "

Camp Magic hopped on board to help develop the Children’s Day program in April 2009, and joined in again, 2011, 2012 and 2013.

We are thrilled to be back at Balispirit in 2021!

Jen Medak is the superstar behind the current Kidzone at Balispirit, and has worked very closely over the past number of years with founder Meghan Pappenheim to develop Balispirit as a Family Friendly Festival. 


Camp Magic Schedule

BaliSpirit Kidzone

Monday, March 29: 10am – 12pm
Tuesday, March 30: 1pm – 3pm
Wednesday, March 31: 10am – 12pm
Thursday, April 1: 1pm – 3pm
Friday, April 2: 10am – 12pm
Saturday, April 3: 1pm – 3pm

BaliSpirit Children's Day

Sunday, April 4: 1pm – 2pm (Performance)

Camp Magic Festival Program

Our Daily Activities At Balispirit Kidzone

Camp Magic Tent

Storytelling, Arts, Crafts, Circus Skills Development 

Large Community Tent

Circus Flow and Full Circle Drumming for Kids

Children’s Day Performance (April 5)

Story Performance With:
Stilt Walkers, Storytellers, Fire Hoops And Poi, Flag Formations, Hip Hop Dancing, Irish Dancing, Full Circle Drumming

Festival Outreach

Camp Magic will be working directly with two care centres connected with the Widhya Asih Bali Sejahtera Foundation.

The original connection to this organization is through Bali Bridges (UWC SINGAPORE) who have been working directly with the foundation for several years to support children’s education and housing.

Camp Magic will be providing circus and rhythm training and rehearsals throughout the festival week, preparing students from two care centres to attend and perform at the Balispirit Children’s Day Showcase.