Top 5 Events You Need to Check Out This September

1. Bon Jovi Live in Jakarta

(11 September 2015, Gelora Bung Karno, Senayan)

Bon-Jovi_jakarta_630 The long awaited concert by the legendary Jon Bon Jovi. Rock on and sing along to some of 80s and 90s biggest hit with tens of thousands other fans in Gelora Bung Karno, Jakarta. Tickets are selling really quickly, but you still have the chance to get some here at

2. OKTOBERFEST 2015: The Original ‘Bavarian Musikanten’

(17 and 18 September 2015, The Ballroom “Festzelt”, Aryaduta Hotel)


This year is the 182nd Oktoberfest in Munich, Bavaria, and the 27th Oktoberfest at Hotel Aryaduta Jakarta. All the spectacular fun of the enjoyment and excitement of our guests of all age groups (18+) will mingle in The Ballroom of Hotel Aryaduta Jakarta with capacity of 800 guests per day.

3. Indonesia Wine and Spirits Expo 2015

(16-18 September 2015, Sampoerna Strategic Square Jakarta)

Bringing 12 certified and authorized Importer Wineholder’s brand along with manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, and distributors of wine and spirits of France, Italy, Australia, US, Chile, Spain, Argentina and Portugal to reach Buyers from Jakarta, Indonesia and abroad within 3 days of exhibitions and workshops.. More info:

4. Erasmus Doc Fest 2015


(6-13 September, 2015, at Erasmuis Huis Jakarta)
This year’s films will be divided into 6 sections; Music section, The Xtra section, The Discovery Section, Focus on Indonesia, Focus on Film, and the Fringe Events section with lectures and discussions. Some of the most anticipated films include the German 10 Milliarden-Wie Werden Wir Alle Satt?,  the B.B King story, ‘B.B. KING: THE LIFE OF RILEY’, and the eclectic Bjork in ‘BJÖRK: BIOPHILIA LIVE’, and others.  FREE screenings. For more info:

5. UI Film Festival

(14-18 September 2015, UI Campus, Depok)

The second UI Film Festival, organized by University of Indonesia’s Cinematography club brings up ‘Celebrating Diversity’ in its theme.The festival will be opened with four opening films: Sepatu Baru (Aditya Ahmad), Tanda (Angellin Wijaya), Love Letters to Soldier (Wenda Tokomonowir), and Maryam (Sidi Saleh), chosen as it represents the theme of the festival.  Visitors can also see the special screening of SITI, by Eddie Cahyono. For more info:‎

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