Femfest 2019 | The 90s Festival | Woke Space | Cool Things To Do in Jakarta This Weekend (Nov 22-24)

Hanson (they’ve grown up considerably since this photo was taken) are one of the headliners for this weekend’s The 90s Festival.
Hanson (they’ve grown up considerably since this photo was taken) are one of the headliners for this weekend’s The 90s Festival.

Femfest 2019

The hot ticket this weekend. Attend talks and discussions on topics such as freedom of expression, intersectionality and religious faith and how they relate to gender equality. Among those confirmed to speak are actresses Tara Basro and Hannah Al Rashid, Migrantcare founder Anis Hidayah, and Jakarta MRT construction director Silvia Halim.

Nov 23-24 at Wisma PKBI, South Jakarta. Tickets are available starting from IDR80K on Loket.com. 

 

Woke Space

Still on the subject of wokeness, Kemang will play host to Woke Space this weekend, a festival for all the best plant-based products the city has to offer, as well as talks and workshops from some of the most inspiring people in the industry. Did we mention that there will be a yoga class with dogs? Because there totally will be.

Nov 23-24 at Aksara Kemang, South Jakarta. For more info and tickets, click here.

 

The 90s Festival

Okay, Gen X-ers, this one’s for you. Relive the glory days of Kla Project, Michael Learns To Rock, and Hanson (because apparently our radio stations don’t play these bands enough for us in 2019) at The 90s Festival. MmmBop, amirite?

Nov 23-24 at Gambir Expo Kemayoran, Central Jakarta. Tickets start at IDR750K for a one-day pass. For more info and tickets, click here.

 

Lokatara Music Festival

For a more contemporary listening experience, head on over to Lokatara Music Festival, which features American indie pop band The Drums, singer-songwriter Gus Dapperton and Indonesian indie darlings, such as White Shoes and the Couples Company.

Nov 23 at Kuningan City Ballroom, South Jakarta. Tickets are available starting from IDR350K for early entry on Kiostix.

 

National Fish Festival

Did you know that it’s National Fish Day on Nov. 21? To celebrate the occasion, the Maritime and Fisheries Ministry is holding the National Fish Festival this weekend, filled with fish-themed cosplay, a fish-based culinary event and a free health check (for you, not your fish).

Nov 24 at Monas. Free entry, but registration is required to take part in the fish cosplay parade.

 

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