Clubbers, party goers, dance enthusiasts, and urban nightlife junkies, get ready! The metropolitan capital city of Jakarta is about to be stormed with sensational vibes of urban music fiesta as the Djakarta Warehouse Project (DWP) 2016 gets set to blast at the huge stage of the Jakarta International Exhibition Center, at Kemayoran from 9th to 10th December 2016.
Marking its 8th edition this year, this electrifying music festival has expanded to become not only the biggest annual dance festival in Indonesia but now also in Southeast Asia. Last year the festival welcomed no less than 75,000 party goers from around the world, and this year even more are expected!
Returning with a bigger, stronger and louder sound for its fans, DWP 2016 promises to give festival-goers an experience that will set that special tone and vibe to get set for the nearing New Year’s celebrations. As always, the festival will feature some of the most prominent names in International and Indonesia’s own electronic and club music scene. Completed with dramatic settings and decorations, this upbeat music fiesta will indulge the audience with a wide range of dance music genres from electronic, house, progressive, techno, trance, drum and bass, to dubstep, and a whole lot more.
Among the world’s renowned names in electronic music who will decorate the lineup at the Jakarta International Exhibition Center are: Alan Walker, Blasterjaxx, Carl Cox, DJ Snake, G.T.A, Hardwell, KSHMR, Lost Frequencies, MaRLo, Martin Garrix, Rudimental, Snakehips, W&W, Yellow Claw, Yves V, Zedd, Destructo, Duke Dumont, Hot Since 82, Jason Ross, Tokimonsta, and more.
From Indonesia’s own vibrant electronic music scene, DWP2016 will be highlighted with the performances of Carta, Devarra, DiphaBarus, Dj L, Gianni Marino, Goldfish+Blink, Ksuke, Ltn, Marc Benjamin, Mmxj, Aiu Kandi, Arrio, Aydra, Bionixxx, Evan Virgan, Hizkia, Hudi, Joyo, Justeen, Nix, Rba, Stan, Trilions, Yesterday Afternoon Boys, Mc Bam, Mc Cherryl, Mc Drwe, Flicker Screen, IshaHening, and more.
Starting with performing in a warehouse, the Djakarta Warehouse Project has marked its foot in cement as the biggest annual dance music festival in Indonesia and expanded this across the region. This year, Djakarta Warehouse Project will continue the use of the latest digital technology to enhance the cool modern ambience and give party-goers an out-of-this-world party experience. The use of captivating visuals, sounds, and other exciting features will surely give the audience a one of a kind experience.
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