Cangu Bali culture festival set to take place on Wednesday

Cangu balis is one of the few indigenous traditions of the area.

It was brought to the city in the 1950s by a group of Balis, a tribe of Indians from the south of Peru.

They were living on the island of Cancun at the time.

The bali festival is a traditional celebration of the spirit of the island’s ancestors, which are believed to be the ancestors of today’s Balis.

It’s an annual event that brings together thousands of people from the Balis community and many of their descendants.

But last year, a dispute between the Bali tribe and the city over ownership of the land led to a fight. 

The fight began when the city said it would take possession of the Balic land that was held by the Balises.

In the end, the city agreed to pay a portion of the money to the Balians.

The city has now moved forward with a plan to create a festival to celebrate the spirit.

“The Bali are very proud of the history of the community,” said local Bali community leader Maris Bali, referring to the history and culture of the indigenous people.

“They have the history in their blood and they are very happy that this festival will be celebrated.”

A new festival for Balis was created in April, and the celebration is planned for Wednesday. 

In recent years, the Balists have faced a wave of attacks by the police and other paramilitaries, who have been killing Balis for their traditional dances.

This year’s festival is not only a celebration of their heritage, but also the memory of the deaths of their ancestors. 

Cangu Balis are members of the Chupapu tribe, and their traditional dance has been celebrated on the Balics’ island since 1872.

Last year’s celebration was one of hundreds in the area, and hundreds of Bali families from all over the country came together to show their respect. 

“I have heard from many people, that this is a festival that will be welcomed by everyone,” said Maris.

“This is a celebration that is very important, and it’s something that we can celebrate together, so it is very joyful.”

The festival is also a way for the Balistas to honor the memory and heritage of their forefathers. 

This is not the first time the city has attempted to get a hold of the ancestral lands.

In 2006, the council decided to take possession over the Balise lands and they asked for the city to put in a bid to build a new park.

The park was not built, but a year later, the village council decided that they would move forward with the Balisa Festival.

“We want to have a celebration for the whole community,” Balis leader Marises said.

“We want the whole people to come out and celebrate.

We are trying to create this festival in a way that is peaceful, and that is what we will be doing.”