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This Year’s We the Fest Will Feature Acts Including Beabadoobee, Oh Wonder, R3HAB, and More! – Full Line-up to Be Announced Soon

Ismaya Group, an Indonesian festival and concert organiser, has announced the first wave of performers that are scheduled to perform at We The Fest in September of this year.

Beabadoobee, Oh Wonder, R3HAB, Pink Sweats, Snakehips, Shallou, Surf Mesa, Raisa, Tulus, Afgan, Dewa 19 ft. Ello, Isyana Sarasvati, Lyodra, Bilal Indrajaya, Gangga, Hondo, Pamungkas, Perunggu, Sore, The Adams, and Zack Tabudlo will all be performing at this year’s event

It is anticipated that further acts will be revealed in the time leading up to the festival.

We The Fest’s initial wave of performers is revealed below.

The GBK Sports Complex in Senayan, Jakarta, will serve as the location for We The Fest, which is scheduled to take place from the 23rd to the 25th of September. Since July 2019, this event will be the first time that the festival has been attended by a real-life crowd. Rae Sremmurd, Travis, and Troye Sivan performed as the headlining acts at the 2019 festival.

Local festivalgoers who are interested in attending We The Fest 2022 may now purchase tickets for the event here. There has not yet been an announcement made regarding international ticketing, which is generally made available around a month before the festival takes place.

A virtual edition of We The Fest was hosted in 2020 because of the widespread coronavirus pandemic. That year’s lineup of virtual artists featured the likes of Lewis Capaldi, Masego, Pamungkas, and Kunto Aji.

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Ismaya Group has also confirmed that the Djakarta Warehouse Project festival, which is focused on electronic dance music (EDM), will return at JIExpo Kemayoran from December 9 to 11. The schedule of events for the three-day festival has not yet been revealed.

This year, after a two-year absence due to the epidemic, Southeast Asia will once again play host to a number of the world’s most prominent music festivals, including We The Fest and Djakarta Warehouse Project. Other events that will be held again this year include Maho Rasop, Wonderfruit, and 88rising’s Head In The Clouds, all of which will take place in Jakarta.

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