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    PON XIX Closing Ceremony



    BANDUNG-closing ceremony of PON XIX / 2016 on Thursday (29/9) will not be less interesting to the opening ceremony of PON XIX / 2016 two weeks ago. Harmoni Nusantara will be the theme of the performances that was held at the Stadium Bandung Lautan Api (GBLA) Gedebage Bandung.

    "The scenario is no less festive opening. The number of spectators will be the same as yesterday's opening, there are 21,000 seats were prepared and will be officially closed by Vice President Jusuf Kalla," said Chief Executive of PON XIX / 2016 Iwa Karniwa.

    To be sure, said Iwa, the closing ceremony, still carrying the folk entertainment. This is in accordance with the message of Jusuf Kalla as well as Joko Widodo who advised that the closure is loaded with entertainment.

    "Essentially we're using a budget of accumulated taxes paid public course this event is emphasized as much as possible for a fun and exciting community," said Iwa who is also the Secretary Jabar.

    According Iwa, the event will be guided by Izur Muchtar and Ambassador PON XIX / 2016 Maria Selena was started at 19:30 pm it will be in accordance with the specified time alias on time. Vice President arrives in Husein Sastranegara airfield on Thursday at 18:30 pm for a break and then continued to direct GBLA. Exactly at 19:30 pm the event begins, accompanied by the choir sing Indonesia Raya Padjadjaran University.

    "After that there is the unique thing that is offering rampak drums by Samba Sunda and Artists Jabar, then continued marches, reports PON, welcome Vice President and closing with an emphasis buzzer by the Vice President, Affairs, Governor of West Java and Central Sports Committee," he said.

    In addition, there will be the appearance of thousands of dancers colossal theme Harmoni Nusantara involve many dancers from UPI and dance studio. (PUN)

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