Indonesia’s yearly electronic music spectacle has announced the first wave of its stacked line-up, featuring giants like David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, DJ SNAKE, and Fisher, to name a few.
Attracting crowds from across Indonesia in excess of 90,000 every year, the Djakarta Warehouse Project (DWP) has been a beacon of electronic music culture in the heart of Southeast Asia, transforming Jakarta into a global dance music epicenter. With every passing year, DWP has consistently delivered unforgettable moments.
Celebrating the 15th anniversary of DWP this December, the 2023 edition is not just about the music; it’s about unity, diversity, and the shared love for electronic music that has brought us all together over the years. DWP has become more than a festival; it’s a cultural phenomenon that transcends borders and languages.
Djakarta Warehouse Project #DWPXV has now announced the first phase line-up for its fifteenth-anniversary edition, set to take place from 8-10 December 2023 in GWK Cultural Park, Bali, Indonesia. Through a video trailer, #DWPXV announced seven names including five of the headliners:
Making a much-awaited return after 10 years, David Guetta will be back as one of DWP’s main stage headliners. Joining him are the first-ever duo to win the World #1 DJ’s crown at the prestigious DJ Mag Top 100 DJs Poll in 2015, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike. DJ SNAKE will also be back to enliven #DWPXV this year after his memorable performances at DWP 2016 and DWP 2022.
The next headliner is world-renowned Australian house and techno producer Fisher, followed by two out of three Swedish House Mafia members, Steve Angello B2B Sebastian Ingrosso. Closing the first phase of the line-up announcement, #DWPXV has also added iconic Brazilian artist Alok and Swedish duo Galantis to the line-up, all of whom will deliver their own unique performances to Bali this December.
Djakarta Warehouse Project 2023 takes place from December 8-10 at GWK Cultural Park, Bali, Indonesia.
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