Solo is one of the cities with the most potential to have a creative economy. And as a City of Culture, various performances of performing arts always color the days of Solo residents. Start village-level events, cities and international art performances. And on June 18, the Creative Economy Agency (Bekraf) won Solo as one of the 10 Creative Districts / Cities in 2019. Moreover, the current City Government has recommended the Indonesian National Commission for Unesco Ministry of Education and Culture (KNIU Kemdikbud), to join Unesco Creative City Network (UCCN) or the Unesco Creative City Network. The category is city of craft and folk art (city of crafts and folk art). If the city of Solo can be incorporated into the UCCN, the image of being a city of crafts and folk art is clearly thicker. So that the popularity of Solo in the eyes of the international certainly can encourage the progress of the city and trigger investment and tourist visits in the beloved city of Bengawan.