It was a big night for kalos, the cult of the vegetarian goddess.
The festival celebrates kalos’ birthday each year and featured celebrities, actors, musicians, and more from across the globe.
At the event’s first anniversary last year, I visited the venue where the famous kalos party started and watched the fireworks.
I had been looking forward to it since I started following kalos in 2012, but this was the first time I’d seen it this way.
A hot tub of water was used to soak the heads of the stars in, as kalos call it, the hot bath.
It was the ultimate celebration of kalos as an icon in the entertainment industry.
It’s also one of the most expensive things to get done, according to the festival organizers.
The stars were all taken to a hotel for the evening.
“We have a lot of kalas coming out of the country,” said kalos organizer and photographer Arian Osmai.
“The kalos are getting ready to go to the next big festival, so we’ve been preparing for it for some time.”
This year’s kalos festival had a bigger budget than last year’s, according.
But the stars were just as expensive as ever.
“They have to pay for the water,” Osma said.
“A lot of them are still waiting to be paid for their water, but they will be.
They’ll be paid, but there won’t be a kalos concert for them.
The kalos will have to go back home and rest for a few days.”
Osmoi and other festival organizers say kalos festivals are a necessity, as they have no other options for mass consumption.
But some kalos fans are not convinced.
One person who attended the kalos bash told Newsweek that he was surprised that the festival was not better organized.
“This is just the worst,” the person said.
The man said he believes kalos were cheated out of a portion of the money that was supposed to go towards the food and beverages that would be provided.
“I think they didn’t want to take it,” the man said.
In addition to the money lost, the man says he lost money by having to pay the hotel bill for the entire weekend.
“It’s a bad feeling.
We’re not going to have food for our guests.
It is very expensive to stay here,” he said.
But organizers are hoping that kalos followers will come to their senses and start to organize their own festivals.
“People have always loved kalos,” said a festival official.
“Kalos is an amazing icon, but when we go to a kala festival, we want to be able to enjoy our kalos and our food and our beverages.”
The festival organizers, however, do not believe that the public is being cheated out.
“Some people who are not vegetarian have said that the kalats are just like McDonalds,” the festival official said.
“[But] people come to the kala festivals to eat.
I think people are just too greedy.”
The official also said that kalis can’t go to other festivals.
When I asked the festival officials about this claim, they told Newsweek, “We don’t have any information on that.”
According to the official, the festival will also continue to cater to the vegetarian community.
The official says the festival is not just about food and drinks.
“At this festival, everyone will be able take their food with them, and we’ll be able serve their food to people,” the official said, “so people can come and get food.”
The event organizers are trying to convince the public that they are not making any secret about their intention to sell kalos for profit.
“One of the biggest complaints we hear is that we’re just selling kalos to pay their bills,” the organizer said.
However, this is not the case.
“Our goal is to give them the most authentic kalos we can find,” the organizers said.
It seems that kalatas are not the only ones being sold for profit at the kalo bash.
A number of kalamas are also being offered for sale, according a local media outlet.
In another case, a kalamasi, a local popular culture icon, was selling his body for a profit.
This is the same person who sells his own body for cash, according the local media.
But according to kalos organizers, the money being offered at the event will go to paying off the bills and to keeping the kalamis alive.
The people who want to sell their kalamias are known as kalakas.
They are a very popular and respected cult in Indonesia.
According to local media, the people selling kalamasis’ bodies are considered celebrities and are paid around 300,000 Indonesian rupiah ($3,000) to 15,000,000 rupiyah ($5,000 to 25,