Get loose this Friday to the 6-hour set by ZODIAC’s music director, Bergas, known for his Disco and House-fueled fun selections to get everyone warmed up and jumpin’ on the dancefloor.
Friday, Feb. 21 at ZODIAC Space & Bar, Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta. Free entry, RSVP to +62 878 88 963 422.
If you identify disco with glitz, glamour and excess, you’ll get a chance to go back to the glory days of disco for one night this weekend. Boogie away to the likes of Kool & The Gang, Diana Ross and Bee Gees, as DJs Anton and Hogi Wirjono bring back the ‘70s and ‘80s to the dance floor.
Friday, Feb. 21 at Cork & Screw Plaza Indonesia from 9PM onwards. RSVP by phone to +6221 3199 6659 or Whatsapp +62877 0999 0228.
See artwork of Jakarta by 30 children from Kampung Melayu, Bojong, and Ciliwung communities at Kelas Gambar Charity Exhibition 2020: Warna Warni Jakarta. You can purchase the drawings for charity, or you can unleash your creativity at the art workshops held on Saturday.
There will also be a marbling workshop from 10.40am-12.10pm, in which you can create a colorful pencil case, and a mask painting workshop from 1.30pm-3pm.
The exhibition is running until Sunday, Feb. 23 at Mini Atrium, Plaza Indonesia 3rd floor, from 10am-10pm. Marbling workshop is priced at IDR150K/person, and mask painting workshop at IDR175K/person. More info regarding the workshops is available here or Kelas Gambar’s Instagram page.
Plaza Indonesia and Istituto Italiano di Cultura Jakarta present Federico Fellini’s 8 ½ in the Unpublished Photography Exhibition by Paul Ronald. Fellini is recognized as one of the most influential filmmakers of all time, winning Palme d’Or and Academy Awards in his nearly 50-year career. The exhibition is held to celebrate the centenary of Fellini’s birth as well as in conjunction with Plaza Indonesia Film Festival 2020 — in which two of his well-known comedy-drama films, La Dolce Vita (The Sweet Life) and 8 ½ (Otto e mezzo), will be screened.
The exhibition is running until Feb. 29 at Plaza Indonesia Atrium 4th floor, 10am-10pm daily. Free entry.
Although it’s invisible and it can’t be put into words sometimes — love is a real thing, yo. Bring your SO to Love Fest music festival — held one week after Valentine’s Day because love should be expressed anytime — to sing along to love songs performed by Australian pop/rock/jazz musician-songwriter Sun Rai, English singer Hrvy, and top local acts such as Reza Artamevia, Rossa, Glenn Fredly, Marion Jola, Nadin Amizah, and Tulus. Read more about the festival here.
Saturday, Feb 21 – Sunday, Feb. 22 at Istora Senayan, Central Jakarta. Tickets starting from IDR511K (daily festival ticket for one), available on Tiket.com.
Life in Jakarta is so fast-paced and tiring that sometimes you forget to breathe. Come unwind and dine at SABADoMINGO over the weekend, where you can take part in a wide range of activities such as yoga, Tibetan singing bowl meditation, and stand up comedy while supporting the education of refugees in Jakarta. Rundown for the event is available here.
Saturday, Feb. 22 – Sunday, Feb. 23 at ¿Por Qué No?, Menteng, Central Jakarta. Free entry, donations welcome. RSVP by sending your name and workshop of your choice to +62 812 8257 5794.
Find your inner strength under the evening sky through a poolside chill yoga session. Sunset Fit Flow is a Vinyasa Style Yoga with a twist, designed to focus your movement on each muscle group to engage and strengthen them. This class will leave you feeling empowered and stronger to welcome the night. Yoga mat, towel, and shower facilities are provided.
Don’t leave too soon after the yoga sesh, as tunes from Anja and Florist will begin at 6pm onwards.
Sunday, Feb. 23 at The Moon at Hotel Monopoli, Kemang, South Jakarta, from 4.30pm – 6pm. IDR250K/person including snacks and healthy juice. RSVP to +62 821 1110 0336.