Djakarta Warehouse Project Calls Bali Its New Home

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DWP festival year end makes a bold move from Jakarta to Bali.

DWP festival year end makes a bold move from Jakarta to Bali.

In celebration of its 10th anniversary, and always striving to keep things fresh, Ismaya Group have not only announced a jaw-dropping line-up, but also the relocation of Djakarta Warehouse Project [DWP] to GWK Cultural Park on the idyllic island of Bali, with festivities now extended from two to three days.

Taking place from December 7-9, 2018, the festival kicks off the first wave of artists announced for DWPX is multi Grammy award-winning and platinum recording artist, The Weeknd.

Making his triumphant return to Indonesia is the godfather of trance and DJ Mag’s #1 DJ four years in a row, Armin Van Buuren. He joins Swedish EDM sensation Alesso, who will be sending the crowd into a frenzy with chart-topping records such as ‘Heroes’ and Calvin Harris collaboration, ‘Under Control’.

Returning to DWP is French super producer and one of the most in demand acts currently on the circuit, DJ Snake. Laying claim to the most streamed song on Spotify back in 2016 with ‘Lean On’, Snake has since launched his French collective ‘Pardon My French’ and been nominated for a Billboard Music Award for Justin Bieber collaboration, ‘Let Me Love You’.

Other heavy weights joining Major Lazer Soundsystem includes the unstoppable three piece consisting of Diplo, Jillionaire, and Walshy Fire.

Porter Robinson’s appearance adds further excitement to the already burgeoning dance line-up, with trap royalty RL Grime capping off the first wave of headliners. For tickets and more information about the festival, please click here.

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