ULUWATU SINGLE FIN CLASSIC 2020

The Uluwatu Single Fin Classic is back for it’s third year on the 15th & 16th of August in celebration of the golden era of the single fin surfboard at the iconic location made famous by Albie Falzon’s historic film Morning of the Earth, the film classic that opened the eyes of the surfing world to Bali’s crown jewel in the early 1970’s.

The open division will be stacked with the best surfers in Bali along with the junior division. There will be limited entries available open to the public – a chance to surf Uluwatu with only six surfers and to share a heat at one of the worlds best waves.

Make sure you keep your calendar free to come and support the community of Uluwatu. We’ll be at Bali’s most iconic wave for the weekend surfing on single fins made pre 1985, a challenging but exciting task for anyone.
To cap things off here in Uluwatu the day will end at no other than world famous Single Fin Bar & Restaurant. We’ll have a seafood barbecue each afternoon to reflect on the days surfing followed by live music and entertainment.

KATCHAFIRE  – SUNSET SHOW SUNDAY 13 OCTOBER

Reggae roots NZ band Katchafire stopped by Bali to perform an unforgettable sunset show here at Uluwatu’s famous Single Fin Sunday’s. The vibes were at an all-time high with a mix of two cultures coming together to celebrate their love for reggae music.

Continuing with the reggae vibes and good times,  DJ Sayansee’s had the crowd dancing for the Single Fin Sunday’s party and aftershow. Joined with resident DJ’s, Discrow & Scotty Cal playing B2B, and a special guest appearance from Yolanda Be Cool joining the late night set.

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ULUWATU SINGLE FIN CLASSIC
AUGUST 17 – 18 2019

In a magnificent climax to the second annual Uluwatu Single Fin Classic, Australia’s Ozzie Wright had the honor of hoisting the perpetual championship trophy, joined by his fellow finalists and the cheers of the thousands of spectators, friends and competitors that gathered for this unique and vibrant event in celebration of single fin surfing. “This is my most favorite place in the whole world…I really didn’t care about winning, just being out there with all the guys, good kinship, and being able to express myself, the froth that I feel for life, is what it’s all about really” said Ozzy before jumping on stage.

The grand prize for the event champion was an air ticket to join the 2020 Burleigh Single Fin Festival, now a sister event to the Uluwatu Single Fin Classic, but seeing how Ozzie is already in Australia, Tai Graham and Made Kasim decided to give air tickets to the finalists Agus “Blacky” Setiawan and Dex Scoot for their amazing performances in the event.