Sure, the Philippines has quite a number of music festivals held year-round, but only a four-hour flight and one hour time zone away, there’s also a massive event that gathers the biggest names in the scene. Djakarta Warehouse Project 2015 (DWP15), now on its seventh edition, is touted as the “biggest annual music festival in Southeast Asia” with upwards 70,000 festivalgoers yearly. We’re actually excited to fly into the Indonesian capital for it. Read more…
Come December 11-12, 2015 (Friday and Saturday), Djakarta Warehouse Project 2015 will gather the a great number of acts from both the local and international scene at the Jiexpo Kemayoran Convention Center. The first set of front liners announced include Armin van Buuren, Axwell^Ingrosso, Tiësto, Kaskade, Dillon Francis, Porter Robinson, DJ Snake, Major Lazer, Oliver Heldens, Claude Von Stroke, Jamie Jones, Galantis, Cashmere Cat, R3hab, Claptone, and Philip George. Plus, Mad Decent, one of the most well-known record labels in the electronic dance music industry spearheaded by Diplo, is setting up its own special stage!
And recently, they added more acts to complete the already explosive lineup, starting with Jack Ü, the talented duo of Skrillex and Diplo behind the hit Where Are Ü Now. Likewise joining in on the fun are maestro Duke Dumont, Armada Music favorites Gabriel & Dresden and Andrew Rayel, Spinnin’ Records veteran Sied van Riel, and What So Not, one of Australia’s hottest acts right now who’s making a debut at DWP15.
For the complete line-up of local and international acts, check out the video below:
One-day and two-day general admission (pre-sale) passes are currently priced at 750,000 IDR (~2575 PHP) and 1,125,000 IDR (~3860 PHP), respectively. Meanwhile, one-day and two-day VIP (regular) passes with extra perks (access to exclusive area with roof, private bar, and priority VIP entrance) are on sale at 1,250,000 IDR (~4300 PHP) and 2,250,000 IDR (~7720 PHP).