Artists and Musicians Can Rest Easy this Year as Concerts Permits will Be Easier to Get

- 09 March 2023 19:55 WIB
A poster for National Music Day (Photo : Instagram @jokowi / Siti Riyanti /
A poster for National Music Day (Photo : Instagram @jokowi / Siti Riyanti /

JAKARTADAILY.ID - After being hampered by the Covid-19 pandemic for three years, now Indonesian musicians can breathe a sigh of relief.

President Jokowi ensures that licensing for music concerts is made easier.

This is because the faucet for permitting musical creativity concerts involving the masses is starting to open at this time.

This certainty was stated directly by President Jokowi in writing on his personal account.

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“This year, music concerts will be held again. Licensing is made easy,” wrote @jokowi via his Twitter account, Thursday, March 9, 2023.

Jokowi admitted that the pandemic had hampered the actualization, expression, innovation, and creation of artists.

"Three years of the pandemic, the country's music scene has survived with innovations in the digital space and those that challenge creativity," admits a fan of rock music.


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