Maumere Jazz Festival 2018 – Maumere

Maumere Jazz Festival 2018 – Maumere

October 2018

The Maumere Jazz Fiesta Flores (MJFF) takes place annually in Maumere, a city within the Sikka Regency. It is a two-day event, the third since its debut in 2016. The entire concert will be held atop a hill that comes with spectacular views of the sunset, the surrounding islands and the sea. Artists who will perform at the MJFF include Glenn Fredly, Gilang Ramadhan, Reza Artamevia, and Andien along with indigenous groups from East Nusa Tenggara and Papua. Also present are artists performing in collaboration with the Komodo Project including Ivan Nestorman, Adi Darmawan and Krisna Prameswara. Founder of MJFF, Melchias Markus Mekeng, said that the objective of the festival is to entertain while introducing Maumere to the Indonesian and International community. The event is also expected to boost economic growth and encourage tourism activities for the regency. The festival this year expects approximately 10,000 visitors, mostly jazz lovers and those looking for quality entertainment.


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