Early Bird tickets to the 16th Ubud Writers & Readers Festival (23–27 October) are only available for two more days – sales end 2 August. Haven’t picked yours up yet? Here are three reasons why you should now.
1. You’ll save 20% on the regular price of a 4-Day Pass
With your Early Bird, you can save 20% on the regular price of the 4-Day Pass, which gives you to access to 70 Main Program sessions held across three Main Venues. The Main Program features the Indonesian and international stars of the Festival, and spans keynote speeches, in-conversations, and panel discussions. The Main Program will be revealed on 13 August.
2. You’ll receive last year’s 4-Day Pass price
After five years of stable ticket prices, this year our team made the difficult decision to raise them. By purchasing an Early Bird ticket you’ll avoid the price increase, and receive last year’s 4-Day Pass price. That’s enough to buy a book by your new favorite Festival author at our bookshop!
3. Indonesian? Resident? From an ASEAN country? International student? Our tiered pricing system makes UWRF accessible
UWRF is delivered by the not-for-profit Yayasan Mudra Swari Saraswati, whose mission is to improve the lives and livelihoods of Indonesians through community-building literature, arts, and cultural programs. This is why we offer a tiered pricing system, to make UWRF’s Main Program accessible to as many as possible.
Click on over to our Buy Tickets page now to purchase your Early Bird ticket, then keep an eagle eye out for the full speaker lineup and Main Program revealed on 13 August.