Due to the Covid-19 crisis, Indonesia’s creative communities are inspired to hold the first and the biggest virtual festival that features a diverse range of programmes to be enjoyed at home. Photo courtesy of Indonesia Online Fest/NOW!JAKARTA

As the world has restricted offline events that could attract the crowd to curb the spread of Covid-19, communities have been adapting to keep their business going. With the current digital transition accelerating amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, PK Entertainment takes the opportunity to organise its first and the biggest virtual event, “Indonesia Online Fest Vol. 01”, inviting various communities from artists to comedian to participate in a diverse range of programmes from webinars to virtual concerts.  

Slated to run from 15-17 May, Online Fest Vol. 01 invites all Indonesians to various digital platforms to be able to enjoy a list of exciting programmes from the virtual bazaar, concert, meet and greet with artists, workshop, comedy specials, webinars, to e-sports competition. The online festival also features educative and inspiring programmes through its online classes, talkshow with experts from various industries, and many more. 

The three-day-long event presents more than 100 presenters and speakers coming from business to creative industry, involving more than 30 local SMEs and more than 50 event stakeholders where one could have a special session with renowned figures including Indonesian YouTuber Atta Halilintar, comedian Panji Pragiwaksono, musician Rendy Pandugo, fashion designer Didiet Maulana, motivational speakers Merry Riana, Chef Yuda Bustara and many more.  

Photo courtesy of Indonesia Online Fest/NOW!JAKARTA

Don’t miss the opportunity to participate in the virtual talk show and get inspired by a number of key figures and industry stakeholders such as Google, Facebook, 88 Rising, NorthStar Group, Gojek, Tiket.com, Go Food, Xiaomi, Garena, Moonton, MD Corp, Rapi Films, Starvision, Warner Music Indonesia, Sony Music Indonesia, Trinity Optima Production, Kopi Kenangan, etc.

Indonesia Online Fest is aimed to create an ecosystem that could support industry players across the industry amidst the Covid-19 crisis. The virtual event presents online entertainment and inspiring sessions to anyone who is currently practicing self-isolation, opening the opportunity for the stakeholders on event organisers and creative industry to shine. 

The audience could access free and paid events on Indonesia Online Fest vol. 01. For more information, visit indonesiaonlinefest.com. The ticket is available on loket.com

Rintang Azhar

Rintang Azhar

Rintang is a previous staff writer for NOW! with experience in hard news and lifestyle journalism. He specialises in art, design, culture, fashion, environmental, and urban issues.