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Sun 15 Sep 2019, 11:00am–4:00pm

Where: Butler Primary School, 30 Tollesbury Avenue, Butler, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Listed by: erinykt

Celebrate Indonesia through food, music, song and more!

This free community event is a celebration to introduce Indonesian language and culture to the Perth community. Featuring the music of Indonesian artists Michael Jakarimilena and V1MAST and some collaborations with local Aussie students, Indonesian food and market stalls, it will be a great day out for the whole family!

Michael Jakarimilena (also known as Michael Idol) gained public attention across Indonesia as a finalist on 'Indonesian Idol’. He has a voice that is distinct, with a rich and melodious tone, and the talent to sing a range of musical genre. Michael has appeared often in films, on television and in concerts around Indonesia.

V1MAST is a world music act from Indonesia, a solo project by Viza K. Mahasa. Blending contemporary and traditional Indonesian music, V1MAST reflects multiple aspects of Indonesia today. The official opening will be at 11:00am so come along to the grounds of Butler Primary School and enjoy some great Indonesian food for sale, activities and lots of music!

This is a Balai Bahasa Indonesia Perth event in collaboration with Westralian Indonesian Language Teachers Association.

Supported by City of Wanneroo.