Djakarta Warehouse Project Drops Its Phase Two Line-up

Phase one line-up has been followed by the Southeast Asian festival with an exciting set of industry heavyweights.

After announcing world-famous DJs David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, DJ Snake, Fisher, Steve Angello B2B Sebastian Ingrosso, Alok, and Galantis in the first phase line-up, the Djakarta Warehouse Project has now unveiled twelve additional names for this year’s edition, catering to a wide range of musical tastes.

Djakarta Warehouse Project #DWPXV – one of the biggest music festivals in Southeast Asia – is all set to go down at the GWK Cultural Park in Bali, Indonesia for their 15th-anniversary edition on 8, 9, and 10 December 2023.

Dutch DJ, producer, and label owner Oliver Heldens, known for his chameleonic style rooted in deep house grooves, will be back #DWPXV after his performance at DWP 2015 and DWP 2019. Followed by Ben Gold, who is known as one of the most innovative, accomplished and prolific producers in the trance scene today. From the techno music scene, the festival will welcome Giorgia Angiuli and brotherly techno duo Matteo Giovanelli and Amedeo Giovanelli, better known as Mathame.

Ensuring musical diversity across the board for their audience, Djakarta Warehouse Project XV taps Joel Corry and Pretty Pink for their 15th anniversary, representing the finest that house music has to offer. The second phase line-up announcement includes more chart-topping artists: Ferry Corsten presents Gouryella with his UK Hits No. 15 track ‘Gouryella,’ and the mastermind behind Defqon.1 2023 and Qlimax 2018 anthems, Sub Zero Project. Isoxo and Knock2, who were crowned Dancing Astronaut’s Breakout Artists of 2022, will also deliver their own excitement for the audience.

For more information about the festival, visit the Djakarta Warehouse Project’s website.

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