Summer continues to sizzle, with a wedding event, an arts expo, the mega-Indonesian Auto Show, and much more!

Perfect Planning, 4-7 July


Hosted over four days, Bridestory Market is a major event for those looking to plan their perfect wedding day. The event will showcase products like dresses, photography services, jewelry and gifts, and much more.

Venue: Indonesian Convention Exhibition (ICE)

Open: 9am-6pm

Milky Marathons, 14 July

With the option of a 5k, 10k, and a family run, the focus is in fun when you join the Milo Run. The 10k race will also allow participants see the sights of the city while enjoying a healthy jog. Choose from a wide selection of packages that includes medals, T-shirts and Milo products.

Venue: Epicentrum Kuningan

Fantastic Fest 19-21 July


We The Fest is an annual festival of music, art, fashion, and food that has been actively showcasing global acts from different genres since 2014. This year, you can enjoy American hip-hop Rae Sremmurd, Australian DJ Anna Lunoe, and many more. Some of Indonesia’s exciting musical acts will also be featured.

Venue: JIExpo Kemayoran

Open: 4 pm onwards

Biggest Boat Show

Asia’s largest market for yachts and water-sport entertainment features more in-water displays and more luxury products catering to the highly affluent market that any show in the country. A must for all yachting enthusiasts and owners.

Venue: Batavia Marina Jakarta

Open: 12pm-9pm

Auto Play 19-28 July


Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show (GIIAS) is the biggest annual automotive show in Southeast Asia. This year’s theme of “Future in Motion” will allow for the introduction of vehicle digitalisation, including electric and driverless vehicles. Along with this, there will be 25 passenger vehicle brands and 11 commercial vehicle brands participating.

Venue: Indonesian Convention Exhibition (ICE)

Open: 11am-9pm

Everything Retail, 24-27 July

The Retail Indonesia show will showcase products like construction materials and equipment, electrical products and equipment, renewable energy products, food services, hotel and hospitality services, tourism services, mining products, mining equipment and essentials, manufacturing tools as well as other retail products and services.

Venue: PRJ Kemayoran (Gambir EXPO), Jakarta

Open: 11am-5pm

Worldwide Wow, 25 July

Having been a huge success last year, the Widelande Festival is coming back to Jakarta even bigger than before. The festival will see a hip-hop happening by bring US hip-hop singer and rapper AMINE, whose song “Caroline” broke hit number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Venue: SCBD Live Space

Tickets: Rp 650,000

Open: 6pm onwards

London, July 1–14

Wimbledon could see Rafael Nadal become the first player to win 12 Grand Slam singles titles at the same location, while US and Australian Open champion Naomi Osaka goes for a third consecutive Grand Slam

Belgium and France, July 6–28

The Tour de France kicks off in Brussels—to mark the 50th anniversary of Belgian cycling legend Eddy Merckx’s first Tour de France win—and culminates three weeks later in a staggering climb through the Alps.

Belgium, July 19–28

Electronic dance music festival Tomorrowland’s huge line-up of acts includes Israeli duo Infected Mushroom, Dutch DJs Tiësto and Afrojack, US duo the Chainsmokers, Danish musician Kölsch and US rapper ASAP Rocky.

Japan, July 26–28

The Chemical Brothers, Sia and the Cure headline the Fuji Rock music festival, accompanied by the likes of alternative rock band Death Cab For Cutie, and singer-songwriters James Blake and Jason Mraz.