Tulus’ solo concert | Color in Cave | Old Jakarta tour | Cool Things To Do in Jakarta This Weekend (Nov 1-3)

Indonesian singer-songwriter Tulus will conclude his ‘Sewindu’ tour in Jakarta this Friday. Photo: Instagram/@claudianrh & @tursewindutulus
Indonesian singer-songwriter Tulus will conclude his ‘Sewindu’ tour in Jakarta this Friday. Photo: Instagram/@claudianrh & @tursewindutulus

Tulus’ Sewindu Festival

Tulus performing in his 'Sewindu' concert in Yogyakarta, September 26. Photo: situstulus.com
Tulus performing in his ‘Sewindu’ concert in Yogyakarta, September 26. Photo: situstulus.com

Indonesian singer-songwriter Tulus has led a highly successful career in the music industry for eight years. To mark his achievements, he has been going on a tour titled Sewindu (eight years) to several cities in Java and Sulawesi. This Friday, Tulus will end his tour in the capital, and he will he be collaborating with the country’s top musicians, details of which are still under wraps.

Friday, Nov 1 at Istora Senayan, Central Jakarta, from 4.25pm onwards. Tickets are available to purchase via Tiketapasaja.

 

Children’s Art Space: Color in Cave by Mit Jai Inn

“A drop of color can change lives. It can change a society. Just how color changes my life,” Mit Jai Inn, a renowned Thai artist, said of his work, Color in Cave, which was commissioned by Museum MACAN’s children’s art space. The interactive art space introduces caves as part of human history to children, and it provides a space to dream, create, and play for them.

The exhibition is currently running until March 1, 2020. Access is included with museum ticket at IDR 100,000/person for adult, available to purchase via Museum MACAN’s official website or directly on the spot.

 

Plesiran Pesona Molenvliet

Molenvliet was the center of luxury and grandiose of Batavia . Historian Hendrik E. Niemeijer in his book, Batavia: Colonial Society in 17th Century, wrote that whenever Batavia residents wanted to go on holiday outside the city’s walls, they usually rented a horse-drawn carriage and took a mid-trip break at a cafe located in the corner of nieuwe weg (new road) around Molenvliet. This tour will trace down the remaining glory of Molenvliet’s past behind the glitz and glamour of Jakarta’s modernization, starting from Harmoni to Santa Maria Museum, Sriwijaya Hotel (formerly Cavadino Hotel) and the Ragusa Italian Ice Cream parlor.

Saturday, Nov 2 at 10am-2pm, with a meeting point at Juanda Station. IDR95,000/person for members of Indonesia Hidden Heritage Community, and IDR100,000/person for non-member.

 

A Cello Concert by Ernst Reijseger

 

Dutch cellist & composer Ernst Reijseger is the creative partner of poets, dancers, actors, painters, sculptors, photographers to filmmakers. His live performances are build on daring and essential communication, and he usually performs his own compositions with improvisations. Reijseger has released three solo albums, Colla Parte (1997), Tell Me Everything (2008), and Crystal Palace (2014).

Saturday, Nov 2 at Erasmus Huis, Kuningan, South Jakarta, from 7.30 onwards. Free entry.

 

Shine & Wine: Babich New Zealand Wines

Experience a night of palette-pleasing adventure with New Zealand-themed dinner featuring choices of Babich Wines paired with a 5-course culinary creations by Lume’s founder & executive chef, Nicola Mondelli. Sip back, relax, and unwine (geddit?) — because it isn’t good to keep things bottled up.

Saturday, Nov 2 at Lume, Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta, from 6.30pm-11pm. RSVP to +62 812 6341 717 or +62 21 727 88 750.

 

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