The first Indonesian Festival in Copenhagen was held at Rådhuspladsen on 29 June 2024.

The festival welcomed more than at least 16,000 visitors who enjoyed a vibrant showcase of Indonesian culinary delights, handicrafts, and captivating cultural performances.

For the first time in Denmark, Angklung Interactive was performed, involving 1,000 visitors playing in ensemble. A mesmerizing Kecak dance was also performed engaging 250 visitors who joined the dance. The Festival also featured the captivating cultural performances by the Dayak from East Kalimantan.
InaDance performed two dances by Putri Wulan Sari and Amie Tanoewidjaja.

The first Trade, Tourism and Investment Forum took place in Amsterdam, 28-29 May 2024.

This event is organized by the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in the Hague in collaboration with the Indonesia Investment Promotion Centre London and Bank Indonesia Representative Office London.

This forum aims at facilitating a cross-stakeholder dialogue and business networking between Indonesia and the Netherlands to elevate cooperation and encourage collaboration in trade, investment and tourism of both countries.
InaDance welcomed the guests at the opening on the 28th of May with the Tari Kembang Girang by Amie Tanoewidjaja and Amallia Beneder.

Danish Travel Show is the preferred meeting place for the entire holiday and travel industry in Denmark, held in the city of Herning.

It is Scandinavia's largest source of inspiration for new and exciting holiday experiences.

The Indonesian Embassy in Copenhagen participated during this travel event and invited InaDance to perform at the Indonesian booth and the mainstage on the 23rd and 24th of February .

Dancers Amie Tanoewidjaja & Putri Wulan Sari Koolhaas.

Travel Agency Djoser Reizen yearly organise at the beginning of the year the Travel Informationdays in The Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.

InaDance had the honor to be part of the informationdays in Gent (20 January), Leiden (26-27-28 January) and Köln (3 February).

We welcomed the guests in traditional Indonesian costumes and different dances from the islands of Java, Bali and Kalimantan.

InaDance collaborated with the Balinese dancegroup Dwimekar from Belgium for this edition.

Dwimekar performed several dances from Bali : Sekar Jagat, Cendrawasih, Cilinaya, Panyembrahma, Merak Angelo, etc.