Presented by the partnership between Dyandra Promosindo and Demajors, the multi-genre cross generation annual 3-day musical event Synchronize Fest is back again this year. The event will take place at Gambir Expo, Kemayoran, Jakarta from October 6 to 8, showcasing hundreds local artists and bands from the 70's to 2000's decade of genres such as pop, R&B, rock and roll, blues, folk, jazz, punk, metal, hardcore, hip-hop, reggae, ska, bossa nova, and dangdut.
This music festival also pushes forward the diversity of the artists' origins, from Temanggung, Bali, Solo to a lot more other cities. Alongside Ebiet G. Ade, bands revealed by Synchronize Fest so far are Barefood, Gugun Blues Shelter, NAIF, Ramayana Soul, The Sigit and more; hip-hop acts such as Jogja Hip Hop Foundation and Underground Bizniz Club to folk acts like Jason Ranti and Silampukau are all going to liven the event.
As quoted from Rolling Stone Indonesia, through the press conference that was held at Eighty Nine Coffee last Wednesday (7/6), festival director David Karto explains:
This year's event still carries the same spirit: across generations and across genres. Last year, we thought it still wasn't punching enough, this year would be more developed."
Watch their 2016 after-movie below:
For ticket purchase and further phases of line-up announcement, head over to https://www.synchronizefestival.com/.