DJAKARTA WAREHOUSE PROJECT’S RECORD BREAKING EIGHTH YEAR DRAWS OVER 90,000 ATTENDEES
CARL COX MAKES INDONESIAN DEBUT
by Michael Beas
An incredible vibe like no other was felt at the JIExpo Kemayoran Convention Center in Indonesia for the Djakarta Warehouse Project. In an unprecedented manner over 90,000 festival goers enjoyed what is now a dominant festival in Indonesia. Thank about that for a moment… 90,000 people all raving together to be part of a better place, to unite for the love of music. What a beautiful thing to see how far and how vast dance music as a whole has taken us.
Three colossal stages, that included the iconic Garudha Land Main Stage that electrified the night with brilliant visuals set the tone for amazing few days of music. A-List headliners took the decks at the Djakarta Warehouse Project as well. Names such as Martin Garrix, Hardwell, DJ Snake, Zedd, W&W, Lost Frequencies, Blasterjaxx and KSHMR performed historic sets.
For us at Raver Mag what made the Djakarta Warehouse Project different was the diversity found in the music. For example Snakehips the UK production duo made a debut performance on the Neon Jungle stage. If you wanted a harder vibe, Destructo killed it and even invited fans on stage. For a more trance vibe MaRLo and Christina Novelli rocked the decks with pure music elements that made things magical.
The main highlights for us at Raver Mag was Carl Cox, Hot Since 82 and Tiga that brought house and techno to the Indonesian crowd… All we can say to that is… WOW!!!
In closing the Djakarta Warehouse Project came to play in Indonesia. They have set the bar for everyone to follow and match. Our dace music culture is spreading worldwide. The reach is endless and the music is limitless. There is no stopping us now…
Raver Mag would like to thank our International correspondents at Rave Colony for helping us cover one of the best festivals across the globe: http://www.ravecolony.com
For more information on DWP, go to www.djakartawarehouse.com