Southeast Asia’s biggest dance music festival will be moving into the digital space this year.
Dubbed Djakarta Warehouse Project Virtual, this year marks the first time the event will be happening online. Previous installments took place in various locations across Indonesia, with the 2018 edition held in Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park, Bali.
Bringing you the all-diverse, all-extraordinary dance music experience onto your screens—welcome to Djakarta Warehouse Project Virtual!— Djakarta Warehouse Project (@DWPfest) September 30, 2020
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While the lineup and official dates have yet to be released, the Ismaya Live festival has made a name for itself by consistently bringing in top artists from the electronic music scene. Its history has seen the likes of Alan Walker, Avicii, Steve Aoki, The Weeknd, Gorgon City, Calvin Harris, Martin Garrix, Zedd, and more throughout its run.
“DWP is being planned to move online as well with a totally new virtual experience. We are working super hard to show to everyone that once again Indonesian-made branded experience can compete with the best of the world has to offer,” Ismaya Live's Christian Rijanto, shared in an exclusive interview with Bandwagon. Ismaya Live just wrapped up the first-ever virtual edition of We The Fest last weekend.
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Watch this space for updates.