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How can I buy tickets and what ticket categories do you offer?
There is only one official channel for purchasing tickets: our website at www.burningbeach.com. We offer GA tickets, including 1-day and 2-day passes, which grant you entry through the dedicated gate of Burning Beach Festival, allowing you to explore the festival and its dedicated areas freely. Additionally, we provide GA packages with seating options and VIP packages that include tables, couches, and daybeds (please check availability and prices on our TICKET section). For more information about packages, feel free to contact Mari Beach Club via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on WhatsApp at +62 81337328260.
What should I bring with me?
What is the minimum age to attend the festival?
Burning Beach Festival welcomes attendees aged 18 and above. Please note that as per Indonesian law, individuals under the age of 21 will not be permitted to purchase alcoholic beverages within the festival grounds. Proof of identification will be required for all ticket holders.
How can I pay on the spot for food or beverages?
We have put in place a cashless system for the festival. This branches across all food, beverage, merchandising and deposit or locker vendors. Upon entry, you will be given a wristband with a cashless chip on which you will be able to load funds with cash, debit card or credit card that you can use at any and all stores within the grounds.
Can I enter the Festival multiple times?
You are allowed to re-enter the festival area with your wristband, but please ensure you use the designated gate for your ticket type (e.g., GA ticket holders should use the GA Gate). We have all the essentials provided inside the venue, so there’s usually no need to leave the festival grounds unless it’s an emergency.
Am I allowed to bring my drone or camera?
Drones as well as professional video and audio recording equipment will be prohibited on festival grounds. This will include any detachable lenses, tripods, large zoom lenses and/or commercial use camera assembly equipment. Tripods, monopods and selfie-sticks are forbidden to carry into the festival, both for attendee safety as well as copyright infringement regulation.
What is the dress code for the festival?
We strive to make Burning Beach Festival a safe space where people can fully express their individuality and sense of self and we implore creativity when it comes to what you decide to dress in. With this in mind, please remember to respect Indonesian culture when deciding on your attire for the festival, so all participants feel completely comfortable and can focus on enjoying the full festival experience. Please note that the venue’s ground is made of natural stone with an irregular surface. We recommend wearing comfortable shoes to prevent possible ankle twists.
Will I be able to park my motorbike or car at the venue?
Yes, but please remember that parking slots are limited and your late arrival may make it not available. We recommend you use taxi or go-jek option, to be dropped at the dedicated drop-off area, and avoid parking problems.