Banyuwangi regency has designed several events over a prolonged Idul Fitri holiday. Get your camera ready, as these festivals will be a prominence of your holiday.
Barong Ider Bumi
Barong Ider Bumi is a village-cleaning protocol hold annually by residents of Kemiren village, Glagah district, Banyuwangi. The century-old protocol facilities a parading of a Barong statue, that is believed by locals to be a fabulous quadruped that guards a village. Residents will also attend in informative performances along a streets of Kemiren village.
Diaspora Banyuwangi gathering
A entertainment of diaspora from Banyuwangi will be hold on a 3rd of Syawal (May 17) at a Pendopo Shaba Swagata Blambangan, located in a heart of a city. The annual eventuality is hold by a Banyuwangi regency administration to promote a entertainment of Banyuwangi people who have lived outward a nation and with locals. The eventuality will also underline Banyuwangi cuisine and is open to a public. Tourism Minister Arief Yahya is scheduled to attend.
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The fabulous dance called seblang olehsari routinely starts on a 3rd or 4th of Syawal (May 17 or 18), or as educated by Olehsari encampment elders. The dance lasts for 7 uninterrupted days in a Syawal month and is achieved by a pure in a coma mode. Spectators might attend as a dancer might entice people to dance together. The dance starts each day in a afternoon and finishes in a evening. On a seventh day, a dancer is paraded around a village.
Puter Kayun tradition
Held to respect encampment ancestors, locals will float a horse-drawn carriage from their encampment in Boyolangu to a internal beach. Those who are not transportable by a carriage are giveaway to follow fit with their private cars, trucks or motorbikes. The participants of this outing will suffer a community cruise on a beach. (asw)