With Indonesia at the epicentre of the electronic music boom in Asia, the Djakarta Warehouse Project (DWP) has established itself as one of the world’s leading dance music events. Welcoming a record-breaking 90,000 guests in 2016 alone, it became the largest 2-day event in Asia last year.

Now gearing up for its 9th edition, the festival returns with a jaw-dropping lineup of talent set to grace the stages of the JiExpo Kemayoran on 15th and 16th December 2017.

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Armed with a Grammy for his outstanding sophomore album, Skin, Australian superstar Flume is one of the first to take to the stage this December. Joining him will be none other than the Godfather of electronic music, “the Greatest DJ of all time” (Mixmag), Tiesto, alongside fellow countryman R3HAB, who last performed the Indonesian mega-festival in 2015.

The ever enigmatic and always explosive Marshmello joins Dutch duo NWYR, the latest trance project from the boys behind W&W, while Swedish electro house icons Galantis and Canadian heavyweights DVBBS are both set to make triumphant returns, following unforgettable performances at DWP 2014.

Early Bird Presale 2-day passes are now available at IDR 1,150,000. VIP passes start at IDR 2,500,000 (roughly $185).

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