Armed with countless of hits and a wealth of experience entertaining crowds of DWP’s stature, Dutch Sensation Hardwell, and dance music wunderkind Martin Garrix, are the first to grace the colossal grounds of the JiExpo Kemayoran Convention Center this December. Following a mind-blowing performance in 2013, Grammy Award winning producer/DJ, Zedd will also be making his long-overdue return to Jakarta, along with trap/neo-electro trio Yellow Claw, and electro house DJ KSHMR. These superstars will showcase their colossal performances to tens of thousands of international and local fans, many of who will be returning with high expectations after 2015’s mesmerizing event. Life In Color KINGDOM, “The World’s Largest Paint Party” comes to DWP this year as it ventures into the Asian market for the very first time in its full form.
HARDWELL, MARTIN GARRIX & ZEDD
LEAD DJAKARTA WAREHOUSE PROJECT
PHASE ONE LINEUP
Early bird tickets are available at IDR 1,000,000 (roughly $80 USD) and VIP passes start at 2,500,000 Indonesia Rupiah (roughly $180 USD), be sure to secure yours before prices rise for what is set to be an unforgettable two day event and stay tuned to DWP’s socials for more exciting news soon to be announced.
“Ismaya has become firmly established as the leading promoter of dance music events in Indonesia” – Billboard
“If DWP keeps on its current trajectory, then Jakarta will have a far more attractive laurel to wear in its crown – a permanent home for dance music’s biggest acts to get their party on with the people of Australasia.“ – InTheMix
“Happy, shiny people, tight organisation and production and the best vibes we’ve imbibed in a very long time.” – Rolling Stone India
Having cemented itself as the largest, most exciting music festival in the region over the past 8 years, Indonesia’s Djakarta Warehouse Project reveals the staggering Phase One lineup for its highly anticipated 2016 edition, taking place on December 9-10.
Last year’s record-breaking, sold out event welcomed a dazzling array of DJs and electronic acts to the heart of Southeast Asia, and this year’s DWP looks set to raise the bar even higher.