Djakarta Warehouse Project Releases Full Lineup

After the success that DWP 2016 brought with 90.000 attendees filling up the venue, DWP is back with a bigger lineup for this year!

A Different Dance Music Experience

Last year’s DWP was such a hit that made it them Asia’s largest dance music event. Because of this, they’re determined to keep the title and make their event bigger and better than ever.

DWP initially announced their Phase 1 Lineup last July. Acts included are duo DVBBS, dance pop pros Galantis, Grammy Award-winning Flume, masked maven Marshmello, R3HAB,  NWYR, and the legendary Tiesto, who will be returning for his second DWP.

For the Phase 2 Lineup announcement, it was revealed that aside from the main stage, they will also include a ‘special stage’.Nine more acts in the likes of Zeds Dead, Flosstradamus, Loco Dice and Richie Martin, Robin Schulz, Ookay, Ilan Bluestone, Zatox, and Steve Aoki, are all thrown in the mix of various genres performing for DWP. The special stage will be brought in by Elrow, straight from Spain to Jakarta to give DWP a festival within a festival feel.

Djakarta Warehouse Project Lineup

Yesterday, DWP finally released the full Phase 3 lineup, after giving a few hints on their social media pages. They made sure to cover all genres by adding hiphop artists Desiigner, Higher Brothers, Keith Ape, and Indonesia’s very own Rich Chigga. DWP also added a lot of trance DJs by tapping David Gravell and Vini Vici. Japanese DJ Joji rounds up the 88 Rising clan coming in to DWP.

Two-time World’s Number 1 DJ, Hardwell is also making his way back to DWP. He’s set to play his new tracks and even some of his trademark songs. We wouldn’t be surprised to see a bolder and stronger set from the one and only Spaceman.

Also included in the official lineup poster are performers Junior&Royal, Andre Dunant, Devarra, Tony Romera, W.W, Chelina Manuhutu, and Cyberjapan.

This year’s event will be held at JIEXPO Kemayoran, Jakarta on December 15-17. You can purchase your tickets and even get packages included in your ticket if you’re thinking of flying in for the event. With a massive lineup like this, I am seriously considering on going too. Aside from DWP, Singapore’s Zouk Out, Hong Kong’s Creamfields festivals are also happening around the same time, featuring similar DJs and I hope that Philippines will launch our own also.

Will you be attending DWP 2017?

Featured image from EDM Tunes.

Exit mobile version