Indonesia's DWP Music Festival Returning to Jakarta This December
Aug 14th | by Will Mitchell
Ismaya Live release the aftermovie for 10th anniversary edition
Will Mitchell | August 14th, 2019
Djakarta Warehouse Project (DWP) is one of Asia's leading dance music festivals. Beginning life way back in 2008, DWP was originally named Blowfish Warehouse Project due to it being held at the iconic Blowfish nightclub. Since then, the festival has swelled in size to become one of the continent's largest, achieving worldwide recognition in the process. Now in its 11th year of operation, last year DWP celebrated its 10th anniversary by temporarily relocating to Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) Cultural Park in Badung regency Bali. For 2019, organisers Ismaya Live have announced that DWP will be coming back to its home at JIExpo, Jakarta on December 13-15.
DWP is known for assembling lineups that feature global superstars from all areas of the dance music spectrum, which is why it has rapidly become one of the most popular festivals in the entire region. Last year saw a multitude of sensational performances from acts like The Weeknd, Alesso, Armin van Buuren, DJ Snake, Porter Robinson, RL Grime and so on. The official aftermovie from the 2018 edition in Bali was finally released last week, see below for the full video.
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