Main stage

All about Indonesian performing arts, traditional dances and music.

Time Program    
10:00-10:05 AM Morning show “Together in Harmony” opening    
10:05-10:40 AM Free Indonesian breakfast (Banana fritters, coffee, tea)    
10:05-10:20 AM Talkshow “Together in Harmony” session 1    
10:20-10:35 AM Piano Jazz music instrument    
10:35-10:50 AM Talkshow “Together in Harmony” session 2    
10:50-11:00 AM Morning show closing    
11:00-11:25 AM Indofest 2019 Parade    
11:30 – 12:30 PM Opening Ceremony    
12:30 – 12:50 PM Western Pop Music    
12:50 -13:00 PM Tari Kebyar Duduk dari Bali    
13:00-16:00 PM MCs : Daniel Micklem & Cintya    
13:00 -13:10 PM Tari Kebayar duduk dari Bali    
13:10 -13:20 PM Saman Traditional Dance    
13:20 – 13:20 PM Sape Ensemble    
13:30 – 13:45 PM Tortor Bataknese Traditional dance    
13:45 – 13:55 PM Graceful Girls, Calisthenics SA    
13:55 – 14:25 PM Indonesian music entertainment “Dangdutan”    
14:25 -14:35 PM Dewi Robot Indonesia Contemporary Dance    
14:35 -14:55 PM Ja’i traditional dance    
14:55 – 15:05 PM Rebana music    
15:05 -15:10 PM Sundanese Traditional dance    
15.10 – 15.25 PM Raffle ticket & The best Kampung Nusantara award    
15:25 – 15:30 PM Papuan Traditional Dance    
15:30 – 15:45 PM Closing & Line Dance    
Melanglang Indonesia      
Time Program                                        
12:30- 14:30 PM Indofest school program display    
12:45 -13:00 PM Ukulele music instrument    
13:00-13:30 PM Kids’ music entertainment    
13:30 -14:00 PM Ular Naga (Dragon) Indonesian Traditional games    
14:00- 14:10 PM Graceful girls, Calisthenic SA    
14:15 – 14:45 PM Congklak Indonesian Traditional games competition    
14:45 – 15:00 PM Prizes    
10:30 – 15:00 PM Face painting    
15:00 -15:45 PM Closing at Main stage    
Alun-Alun Program    
12:30 – 13:30 PM ActNow panel discussion    
13:35 – 14:45 PM Interactive Bahasa Indonesia Language Program    
14:45 – 15:00 PM Batik Fashion Show    
15:00 – 15:15 PM Ja’I dance workshop    
15:20 – 15:45 PM Closing at Main stage    
Cooking demo’s City of Adelaide Programs    
13:45- 14:30 PM Continental cuisine    
14:30 – 15:15 PM Eastern Indonesia Cuisine    
15:20 – 15:45 PM Closing at Main stage    
Kampung Nusantara Program    

Kampung Aceh

Kampung Sumatra Utara




Kampung Jawa Barat

Kampung Jawa Tengah & Timur

Batik making wokshop



BALI & LOMBOK Kampung Bali & Lombok    

Kampung Kalimantan

Kampung Sulawesi




Kampung Indonesia Timur/ NTT

Kampung Papua

Prize for the best kampung at Indofest 2019



12:30 – 15:15 Photo Booth Indofest 2019    


Side Marquees:

Kampung Indonesia (Indonesian Village)

As part of this year’s festival, Victoria Square will be transformed into a sea of Indonesian Kampung, or villages, made up of five distinct pavilions. Each pavilion, or kampung, will showcase natural resources, tourist destinations, music, displays, information and activities from different regions across Indonesia. The people of Adelaide will be invited to visit, explore and interact with each kampung while learning about the diverse cultural landscape of our nearest neighbour, all while engaging directly with the local Indonesian community.

The five kampungs are:
1. Java
2. Sumatra
3. Bali & Lombok
4. Eastern Indonesia
5. Sulawesi & Kalimantan

Melanglang Indonesia (Children’s Program)

To help South Australian children engage with the language and culture of Indonesia, Indofest 2019 will run an inclusive children’s program. This program will be both educational and fun and aims to complement Indonesian language learning within South Australian schools as well as the Australian Curriculum’s Asia focus.

Alun-Alun (Community Space)

In Indonesia, many cities have a grassed communal area called an Alun-Alun. This space is used for anything from concerts, social meetings to hanging out with friends. Indofest 2019 will house our own Alun-Alun in the middle of Victoria Square, where various exclusive and interactive workshops and activities will be happening throughout the day.

City of Adelaide Cooking Demonstrations

Absolutely nothing happens in Indonesia without food, and Indofest is no exception. In addition to our many traditional food vendors who will be spruiking their wares at Indofest, visitors will also have the opportunity to learn how to cook Indonesian cuisine at home. Cooking demonstrations will be presented from a number of different regions to showcase the variety of Indonesian culinary tradition. Taste your way across the archipelago in the cooking demonstration marquee supported by the City of Adelaide.