DeWolff | Festival Satu Indonesia | Joseph Vincent | Cool Things To Do in Jakarta This Weekend (Mar 8-10)

Dewolff is playing a free concert at Erasmus Huis in Jakarta on Saturday. Photo: La Grosse Radio

DeWolff (Saturday)

DeWolff has been described as “a three-headed rock ’n roll monster from the Netherlands’ Deep South, the fire-breathing love child of the great rock bands from the 1970’s and psychedelic cosmic radiation from the future”. Their mixture of inexhaustible energy, great musicianship, contagious enthusiasm and a play-like-it’s-your-last-show-mentality have earned them fans around the world. They’ll be performing a free concert at Dutch cultural center Erasmus Huis on Saturday night. For more info

Erasmus Huis, Jl. H. R. Rasuna Said Kav S-3. 0811-8718-542


Festival Satu Indonesia (Saturday)

This is not just a music festival featuring a number of well-known Indonesian indie bands like White Shoes & The Couples Company and Polka Wars, but also a political event aimed at getting young people interested in voting and supporting President Joko Widodo, who will be attending and giving a talk at the festival. There will also be talks by Jokowi’s campaign manager, Erick Thorir and comedian Ernest Prakasa. For more info


Final Weekend of Arahmaiani, Lee Mingwei and On Kawara at Museum MACAN

This is your last weekend to catch works by Indonesian artist Arahmaiani, American-Chinese artist Lee Mingwei and Japanese conceptual artist On Kawara at Indonesia’s only museum dedicated to modern art, Museum Macan. For more info and a schedule of events

Museum MACAN, AKR Tower Level MM, Jl. Perjuangan No.5, Kebon Jeruk. (021) 22121888


Joseph Vincent at The Pallas (Friday)

Joseph Vincent first shot to fame in 2008 when his cover songs on Youtube started racking up millions of views. Since then, the American singer-songwriter has been twice featured on NBC’s The Ellen DeGeneres Show and performed at well-known Los Angeles venues including The House of Blues and the El Rey Theatre. He has also performed sold out shows in Singapore, Canada, and Australia. Vincent will be playing this Friday at The Pallas along with opening acts Nadin Amizah and Oslo Ibrahim. For more info

The Pallas, Fairground Building – Lot 14 SCBD Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 52-53. 0811-1132-888. 


MasterChef Australia Runner-up Ben Ungermann at C’s Steak & Seafood Restaurant (Until Friday)

MasterChef Australia 2017 runner-up Ben Ungermann was born to a Dutch mother and Dutch-Indonesian father and says his maternal grandmother had a big influence on his cooking style, rustic but with a hint of sophistication and filled with unique and diverse flavor combinations. The 34-year-old model-turned-celebrity chef will also be presenting his ‘Campfire on the Beach’, a dish that drew praise from Heston Blumenthal during the competition. You can try his special lunch and dinner set menus at C’s starting at Rp 500k. For more info

Grand Hyatt Jakarta, Jalan M.H. Thamrin Kav. 28 – 30. (021) 29921234.

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