Four Countries Enliven Buen Penajam Festival 2017
By : Chodijah Febriyani And Aldi Firhand A | Sunday, August 06 2017 - 20:21 IWST
Buen Penajam Festival
INDUSTRY.co.id - Penajam- Four countries join the Buen Festival held in Waru Sub-district, North Penajam Paser District, East Kalimantan, from 4-6 August 2017.
"The artists who attended the Festival, not only from the region and national, but also a number of international artists," said Regent Penajam Yusran Aspar when met at Penajam on Sunday (06/08/2017)
"Foreign artists present at Buen Penajam Festival 2017, there are from France, Italy, Argentina and Japan," said the regent.
In addition, at Buen Penajam 2017 Festival, also featuring art and cultural collaboration of archipelago such as Bali, Java, Banjar and Toraja with international artists.
Yusran Aspar stated that Buen Festival has advantages over other regions, because it shows the uniqueness and beauty of local culture, as well as collaboration of domestic and international artists.
"We hope the new Buen Festival that held twice in Bangun Mulya Village, Waru Subdistrict can develop and introduce local culture," said the regent.
Yusran Aspar said that Penajam Festival Festival is expected to continue to grow and become the national annual event agenda, so that it can introduce the North Penajam Paser Regency to the international level.
In addition to opening the 2010 sharpen Festival Penajam on Friday (4/8), Regent Yusran Aspar also took off the children's level of cultural carnival, and inaugurated Buen's house in Longpod area, Waru Sub-district.
The Buen Festival, which starts in the morning until 00.00 Wita, will end on Sunday (6/8) and the plan will be officially closed by Regent Yusran Aspar.
Buen Festival Penajam 2017, in addition to being a forum for artists to showcase their expertise also bring economic benefits for the people in the village of Bangun Mulya, Penajam Sub-district.
A number of residents Bangun Mulya said, with the implementation of the Buen Festival bring additional income for local residents.
"Residents sell souvenirs and snacks around the area of the activities of Buen Festival, and earn a substantial income," said Krisita, one of the villagers Bangun Mulya as reported by Antara.
This Event , Rini Added, made the community as a place to relax both with friends and family.