We The Fest Returns on 14-16 August for 2020 Edition
Jan 10th | by Will Mitchell
We The Fest 2020
After its successful 6th edition that surpassed all expectations from festival-goers that gathered from around the world, We The Fest will return this year on 14, 15 & 16 August 2020. Pre-registration is available through wethefest.com.
We The Fest has grown to become one of the most anticipated summer events of music, arts, fashion, and food. Located in Jakarta, the festival has hosted some of the biggest acts spanning a variety of genres in today’s music, providing a long-list of festival experiences for festival-goers of all ages since its inception in 2014.
“Our first phase lineup for We The Fest 2020 is about to be announced soon,” said Sarah Deshita, Brand Manager of Ismaya Live, organizer of the festival.
Staying true to the festival’s spirit of inclusivity and diversity, We The Fest’s signature programs and activations aimed to promote Indonesia’s up-and-coming talents in music and arts to the festival’s global audience will also be announced soon.
“Aside from a variety of international and Indonesian acts set to drop soon, our signature campaigns including our green campaign, We The Change, as well as our annual Submit Your Music and poster competition are set to return,” Sarah continued.
For the latest ticketing info, music fans should log in to wethefest.com to pre-register.
About The Festival
We The Fest is an annual celebration of music, arts, fashion and food taking place in Indonesia's capital of Jakarta.
Since its inaugural edition in 2014, the festival has seen incredible performances from globally-known acts of different genres including Lorde, Troye Sivan, SZA, Rae Sremmurd, Dua Lipa, Travis, Ellie Goulding, Big Sean, Odesza, The 1975, G-Eazy, Mark Ronson, Phoenix, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, CL, The Temper Trap, Purity Ring, Flight Facilities, Jessie Ware and many more.
Described as "a classy festival" by Vice for its friendly vibe and how slickly it has been organized, the festival is a pioneer of its kind in the Southeast Asian festival scene. In addition to the music, there's an emphasis on arts, fashion and food, which festival-goers can indulge in across various whimsical activations and zones.