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KSA Festival Artwork.png
Artwork of Festival Kirby from Kirby Star Allies.
First game Kirby Star Allies (2018)
Latest game Super Kirby Clash (2019, reference)
Type(s) Single use
Obtained from Don Puffle, golden cherries from Yggy Woods
Power(s) Attacks all on-screen enemies by dancing; turns defeated enemies into Point Stars.
Similar to Crash, Mike, Cook, Paint, Magic
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Honk, toot, and bammity-bam! This ability creates a festival of drums and horns, which makes everyone break into a wild dance! Gather your all-star friends and have a party!
— Kirby Star Allies quote

Festival is a single-use Copy Ability that debuted in Kirby Star Allies. The Festival ability gives Kirby a captain's hat with a frock of colorful feathers attached to the back. When used, time freezes and Kirby and any Friends present will dance, dealing massive damage to all enemies on screen and turning them into Point Stars once the dance concludes. Festival's power increases if more friends are present to dance, resulting in the Festival Dance Friend Ability. Once the dance is performed, Kirby will lose this ability.

The Festival attack's damage is:

  • Dance Solo (1 player): 180
  • Festival Dance (2 players): 200
  • Festival Dance (3 players): 210
  • Festival Dance (4 players): 220

(For reference, a Star Bullet does 52 damage.)

Game appearances[edit]

Kirby Star Allies[edit]

Festival made its debut as an ability in Kirby Star Allies. It can be obtained from a Mix or by swallowing Don Puffle, who first appears in Donut Dome. Festival can also be obtained by swallowing the golden cherries dropped by Yggy Woods.

Super Kirby Clash[edit]

Though not appearing as an ability in Super Kirby Clash, Festival Kirby is seen as a sticker, which can be purchased at Magolor's Shoppe for 20 Gem Apples.




Official Kirby Portal video showcasing Festival

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese フェスティバル
Traditional Chinese 慶典
qìng diǎn
Simplified Chinese 庆典
qìng diǎn
Dutch Festival -
French Festival -
German Festival -
Italian Festival -
Korean 페스티벌
Spanish Festival -