Between music festivals and foodie festival, Adelaide also plays host to a number of cultural festivals throughout the year. And this May, our city will see the return of the annual Indofest.
Set to celebrate all things Indonesian, the festival has received the go ahead for Sunday 21 May by the River Torren’s Pink Flat in the Adelaide city centre.
The free event is going to be chockers with live performances, drool-worthy food, market stalls, and a brand new business expo, to name a few of the festival’s vibrant offerings.
Family-friendly fun can be found in all corners of the riverside locale, and you won’t be able to keep still thanks to the music and dancing that will be going down.
Perhaps you’d like to learn about Indonesian cuisine at one of the cooking demonstrations, or try your hand at a craft workshop too.
Indofest Adelaide has been brining Indonesian culture to the forefront of our city since 2004, with this year’s soiree particularly special as it’s the first to go forth following the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The one-day festival is presented by the not-for-profit Australian-Indonesian Association of South Australia (AIASA), which celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2017 of promoting Indonesian culture in South Australia.
Indofest Adelaide is a sublime way to learn, indulge, and pretend like you’re on summery equatorial holiday come Sunday 21 May at Pinky Flat.