December 15th, Leo Kristi will perform at Cafe Gazebo

Leo Kristi is a folk singer from Surabaya, East java, Indonesia. He was known throughout the 1970s and 1980s. His songs mostly talk about rural life, such as farmers, rural children, migrant worker, and fishermen. Until know, he still consistent to with his ‘nationalism’ songs. Maybe this consistent attitude that makes him has a lot of loyal fans until know. There are hundreds people joined a Community of Leo Kristi’s fans, called L-Kers (Leo Krsti-ers). This community already held some Leo Kritis’s concerts in last couple year. They usually held concerts independently, without any sponsor.

On this December, Leo will have concert titled ‘Bulan Separuh Bayang’ (Bulan separuh bayang means half moon, is one of Leo Kristi’s song s from his 5th album). The concert will be held at Cafe Gazebo, Dec 15, 08.00 pm. The concert organized by L-Kers, and opens for public, and free.

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How to get here (see the route map)

From Cikini go to platform 1 and take the Red Line or Blue Line to Jakarta Kota Station. From here go to the North Exit then take a 10 minute walk through Jl. Lada

From Gondangdia go to platform 1 and take the Red Line or Blue Line to Jakarta Kota Station. From here go to the North Exit then take a 10 minute walk through Jl. Lada

From Juanda go to platform 1 and take the Red Line or Blue Line to Jakarta Kota Station. From here go to the North Exit then take a 10 minute walk through Jl. Lada

From Tanah Abang go to platform 3/5 and take theYellow Line heading to Manggarai and from Manggarai go to platform 3 and take the Red Line or Blue Line to Jakarta Kota Station. From here go to the North Exit then take a 10 minute walk through Jl. Lada

From Sudirman go to platform 2 and take theYellow Line heading to Manggarai and from Manggarai go to platform 3 and take the Red Line or Blue Line to Jakarta Kota Station. From here go to the North Exit then take a 10 minute walk through Jl. Lada


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