BANDUNG - The "Indonesian Harmony 2018" event took place simultaneously including in West Java Province. This singing together event was carried out simultaneously in 34 provincial capitals in Indonesia and several major cities overseas. In Bandung, it was held at Car Free Day Dago, Cikapayang.
The grand concert "Indonesian Harmony 2018" was held to interpret the momentum of the Republic of Indonesia's 73rd Anniversary while welcoming the 2018 Asian Games where Indonesia hosted. The main location for the concert was held at Gelora Bung Karno, Jakarta.
The event was held at the initiation of the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education, by delegating to university chancellors in 34 cities.
The target participants in this activity were choir groups of students/students/Pesantren, choir and music groups of the TNI (Indonesian Army) and Polri (Indonesian National Police), choir of government institutions, interfaith choirs, arts and cultural workers, and the wider community.
Unpad Chancellor Tri Hanggono Ahmad said, as the person in charge of the event, his party cooperated with government institutions, such as the III / Siliwangi Military Regional Command, the West Java Regional Police, the West Java Provincial Government, to the wider community.
All cities that hold activities are connected to Jakarta through live streaming broadcasts. Held simultaneously at one time, at 08.00 WIB, 09.00 WIB, and 10.00 WIT, all participants from 34 cities will sing some national songs.
Guided by Addie MS conductor, all participants together sang the song Indonesia Raya, Satu Nusa Satu Bangsa, Mars Garuda Pancasila, Rayuan Pulau Kelapa, and Bagimu Negeri. In addition, the President of the Republic of Indonesia Ir. Joko Widodo was present and gave a short speech and greeted the participants from several cities through a teleconferencing connection.
At the Bung Karno stadium, this activity targeted to be attended by approximately 30 thousand participants. While in Bandung targeted to be attended by 3,000 participants and in all regions targeted to be attended by tens of thousands of participants. Jo