Djakarta Warehouse project drops full lineup for 2022 edition

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With just one month to go until its first in-person event since 2019, Asia’s leading electronic music festival, Djakarta Warehouse Project, now announces the full artist lineup for its eagerly awaited thirteenth edition.

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Following an impressive Phase One lineup announcement earlier this year – which confirmed the likes of Armin Van Buuren, DJ Snake, Hardwell, Illenium, Madeon (LIVE), Martin Garrix, Yellow Claw and ZEDD – Djakarta Warehouse Project now lifts the lid on one of its biggest complete lineups to date, as it prepares to welcome a diverse selection of top tier talent from across the electronic music spectrum to Indonesia’s capital this December.

Kicking off proceedings at the JIExpo Kemayoran, Jakarta on Friday, December 9, will be an incredible host of international headliners including (in alphabetical order) Andrew Rayel, Anfisa Letyago, DJ Snake, Gareth Emery, Hardwell, Nervo and Shiba San. Saturday, December 10, sees the introduction of Armin Van Buuren, Cedric Gervais, Illenium, Lost Frequencies, Slushii and Whethan, as well as a special Barong Family stage debut, hosted by Amsterdam based duo and label bosses Yellow Claw. Last but by no means least, and closing the festival on Sunday, December 1, will be headline artists Acraze, Madeon (Live), Martin Garrix, Regard, Yellow Claw and ZEDD.

Accompanying these international headline acts across the weekend will be a whole host of celebrated Asian artists, including BEAUZ, B Jones, Chace, CYBERJAPAN, Devarra, Dipha Barus, Mandy, Weird Genius, Winky Wiryawan & W.W, to name just a few. For a full list of participating artists, see below.

Speaking about the upcoming event, Ismaya Live Co-Founder and Creative Director Christian Rijanto commented:

“We’re so excited to finally be delivering our first in-person event since 2019. It’s been a difficult few years, but DWP is here to show the world that Indonesia is ready to welcome everyone back to our beautiful nation through our love of music”.

Produced by Ismaya Live – the live events division of lifestyle company Ismaya Group – Djakarta Warehouse Project (DWP) is one of the biggest dance and electronic music festivals in Asia. This year’s edition marks Djakarta Warehouse Project’s first in-person festival since 2019, and its thirteenth overall. The festival first began in 2010 as a rebrand of Blowfish Warehouse Project, an event by Jakarta nightclub Blowfish, and featured a lineup including Ferry Corsten, Kaskade, and Marco V.

In 2020, the festival shifted to a virtual arrangement due to gathering restrictions in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, and featured Martin Garrix, Armin Van Buuren, Yellow Claw and Vini Vici. It was followed by the second iteration of Djakarta Warehouse Project Virtual in 2021, which featured Andrew Rayel, Lost Frequencies, and Asian DJs such as Bali’s Dipha Barus and Jakarta’s Weird Genius.

Djakarta Warehouse Project 2022 takes place from December 9-11 at JIExpo Kemayoran, North Jakarta, Indonesia. 

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Djakarta Warehouse Project 2022 Lineup – Essential Info

Date: Friday, December 9 – Sunday, December 11
Restrictions: 18+
Location: Jakarta, Indonesia

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