Ismaya Live Brings HONNE's "Love Me / Love Me Not 2019 Tour" to Jakarta on 21 November by irvan wahyudi

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Ismaya Live today announces the return of English duo HONNE to Jakarta as part of their Love Me / Love Me Not 2019 tour set to be held on 21 November 2019 at Livespace SCBD

The duo, consisting of James Hatcher and Andy Clutterbuck, have circled the globe for their Love Me / Love Me Not tour that has visited various cities in North America, Europe, and Asia this past year.

“HONNE remains as one of the most requested acts by music fans in Indonesia, even after their 2018 performance at We The Fest,” said Sarah Deshita, Brand Manager of Ismaya Live.

“Jakarta holds the number 1 spot for the city that streams HONNE the most on Spotify and we are beyond excited to have them back to Jakarta for their first ever solo show in Indonesia,” Sarah continued.

Tickets to HONNE’s Love Me / Love Me Not 2019  are priced at IDR 500,000 each for the Presale 1 tier and are now available for purchase via online at www.ismaya.com/tickets and www.hellohone.com. Price excludes 15% government tax. 

Tickets are available for purchase via offline at various Ismaya Group’s restaurants including Pizza ė Birra (Plaza Indonesia, Central Park, Mall of Indonesia, Setiabudi One, Mall Puri Indah, MaxxBox Karawaci, Kota Kasablanka, Cilandak Town Square, Paris van Java Bandung), Tokyo Belly (Setiabudi One, Grand Indonesia), Sushigroove (Pondok Indah Mall, Kota Kasablanka, Grand Indonesia, Setiabudi One, Mall Taman Anggrek), The People's Cafe (Kota Kasablanka), Blowfish, Dragonfly, SKYE, Mr. Fox Jakarta, GIA, and Kitchenette (Beachwalk Bali).

This event is an 18+ event.


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Djakarta Warehouse Project Returns to Jakarta on 13-15 December 2019 by irvan wahyudi

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South-East Asia’s #1 electronic dance festival, Djakarta Warehouse Project, today shares its FOMO-inducing 2018 aftermovie. Shot at its special 10th anniversary edition in Bali, Indonesia, the stunning recap can be viewed at http://bit.ly/theofficialdwpxaftermovie.

The seven-minute extravaganza begins with sweeping shots of Bali’s sublime beauty spots before coming to rest at GWK Cultural Park, the awe-inspiring backdrop for this unique event. Overlooked by the 396 foot ‘Garuda Wisnu Kencana’ statue, the camera weaves between dancers performing a traditional ‘Tari Kecak’ routine, and then onto the three stages that hosted top-flight DJs from around the world.

Zipping between performances from Alesso, Major Lazer Soundsystem, Armin Van Buuren, DJ Snake, Mura Masa, Claptone, Dipha Barus, and a spelling-binding set from The Weeknd, the film showcases the breadth of talent on offer and the enduring appeal of the event. With all three days selling out in advance, festival goers came from over 38 countries including Austria, Ireland, New Zealand, and Sweden, as well as the local markets of Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand.



During its 10-year existence the festival and the concept behind it has grown and developed, with 2018 hailed one of its most exciting editions to date. The film is a testament to this expansion, and confidently ushers in a new decade of dance music in Indonesia. With under 5 months to go, fans can now look forward to Djakarta Warehouse Project’s 11th edition which returns to its original home in Jakarta on 13-15 December 2019.

We The Fest Wraps 2019 Edition by irvan wahyudi

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As the curtain falls on another monumental year for Ismaya Live’s flagship festival We The Fest, those that managed to get tickets can now take stock of what an incredible three days of entertainment it was. From captivating artist performances, to trendy fashion showcases and fun activations, We The Fest has proven once again why it is more than just a music festival. 

Since its inception in 2014 the event has been quick to gain mass popularity in Indonesia and further afield. Initially inviting crowds of 15,000, the event now hosts an audience of over 60,000 with artists playing across four stages, including a new WTF Park stage that showcased emerging talent across all three days. Festival goers came not just from South East Asia either, but from countries further afield including USA, Australia and China. With these big crowds come big artists, and this year the quality on show from both international and local acts was breath-taking. 

Day one kicked off with performances from home-grown talents Fourtwnty, The Adams and Indonesian icons Dewa19 ft. Ari Lasso, Dul Jaelani, before an epic collaborative show from Rad Museum and South-Korean rising star DEAN got the party well and truly started. Sublime performances followed from Alvvays, Bazzi, Sal Priadi and future bass pioneer Jai Wolf, before Australian heartthrob Troye Sivan took to the mainstage to a frenzy of cheers. Forming an instant connection with the crowd, the globally charting artist zipped through hits including ‘Youth’, ‘My My My!’, and ‘I’m So Tired’, with a chorus of “we want more!” echoing around the site as he left the stage. 

With the cobwebs brushed off day two got underway with a memorable performance from one of Indonesia’s highest-flying bands, Barasuara. Next came RAN with special guest and WTF returnee Ramengvrl, before focus turned to Anne-Marie’s exquisite pop show on the mainstage. With a recent album release in tow, Daniel Caesar took over proceedings with his unmistakable sound that soothed the crowd on another warm night in downtown Jakarta. British rock hall-of-famers Travis donned the stage next for their Indonesian debut, living up to all expectations with a set that will go down in We The Fest history. Playing classics including ‘Sing’ and ‘Flowers In The Window’, frontman Fran Healy interspersed each song with stories of his past making for a truly iconic show. The day was then capped off with electrifying sets from two Aussie heavyweight DJs, Anna Lunoe and Nina Las Vegas.

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The final day brought yet more thrills, with Tulus and Indonesian super-star DJ Dipha Barus getting the party going again, while local talents Elephant Kind and .Feast brought their particular brands of indie-rock to We The Fest ears. One of the biggest crowds of the weekend came with the appearance of dream-pop four-piece Cigarettes After Sex, only to be nearly equalled by producer extraordinaire Cashmere Cat. Back at the mainstage 6LACK rattled through his hits before Joji provided a playful and intimate performance, which even included a rendition of ‘You’ve Got A Friend In Me’ from Toy Story. Then came headliners Rae Sremmurd who took things up a gear with their explosive energy and global hits including ‘Black Beatles’ and ‘Sunflower’, while Yaeji closed out stage 2 with her infectious house anthems. 

A key aim of Ismaya is to curate a festival that goes 'Beyond The Music', and this initiative proved as popular as ever, with punters making selfie stamps at WTF Post Office, watching films in the Cinema Club and checking out new and exciting brands at WTF Con. Another ambition this year was to spread a strong message of kindness, compassion and humility, with billboards that read ‘less egos more amigos’ and ‘if you can’t be nice be quiet’, covering the frontage of stage 3.

With post-festival blues already sinking in, fans can look forward to WTF 2020 which will undoubtedly exceed all expectations once again.

TOKiMONSTA Joins Sunny Side Up Tropical Festival 2019 Lineup by irvan wahyudi

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Bali’s premier beach-side festival Sunny Side Up Tropical Festival 2019 announces the addition of TOKiMONSTA to the festival’s lineup for its sixth edition set to be held on 24 August 2019 at Manarai Beach House, Bali.

TOKiMONSTA joins Grammy Award-winning DJ and producer, Flume, and Britain’s up-and-coming singer, Grace Carter. TOKiMONSTA’s latest album, Lune Rouge, is one of her two latest albums that were released after she went through two brain surgeries due to a rare cerebrovascular condition called moyamoya. The surgeries diminished TOKiMONSTA’s ability to create and understand music which she described to sound like nothing but noise.

She slowly recovered and released a brand new album entitled Fovere in 2016 that features a track with Anderson .Paak called “Put It Down”. In 2017, she released her Grammy-nominated album Lune Rouge that features various collaborations including Yuna, Selah Sue, SAINTS, and IO Echo.

With the festival’s unique musical curation and Bali’s spectacular landscape, Sunny Side Up Tropical Festival has definitely become one of the most favorite beach-side music festivals in the region since its innaugral edition in 2014.

“One of the festival’s highlights this year is certainly Flume’s first ever live set in Indonesia,” said Sarah Deshita, Brand Manager of Ismaya Live, the organizer of the festival. “It will certainly be a different experience compared to his DJ set back in Djakarta Warehouse Project 2016,” Sarah continued.

The festival’s most up-and-coming act, Grace Carter is the UK’s most sought after act in recent years. She has toured with Dua Lipa for the latter’s “The Self-Titled Tour” in 2017 and has sits on the third place of BBC’s “Sound of 2019” list, curated by the UK’s most prominent figures in the music industry.

Tickets to Sunny Side Up Tropical Festival 2019 starts from IDR 1,000,000 for the Presale category. A special buy-4-get-5 Group Package is also available for Rp4,000,000. Tickets are available online at www.sunnysideupfest.com. Prices excluding 10% government tax.

Special travel packages that include a stay at Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort are also available starting from IDR 4,900,000. Hotel packages are available at www.sunnysideupfest.com.

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Ismaya Live & Generasi 90an Ajak Kita Bernostalgia di Festival Mesin Waktu 2019 by irvan wahyudi

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Setelah sukses digelar untuk pertama kalinya di tahun 2017, Ismaya Live dan Generasi 90an kembali menggelar Festival Mesin Waktu yang tahun ini akan diadakan tepat di Hari Kemerdekaan Indonesia yaitu 17 Agustus 2019.

Bertempat di JIEXPO Kemayoran, Festival Mesin Waktu 2019 akan mengajak kita semua menjelajahi waktu ke masa-masa kejayaan dekade 90an melalui beragam zona yang ada.

Di Zona Musik, sederet musisi Indonesia lintas generasi akan membuat semua pengunjung bernyanyi sepanjang acara yaitu Dewa19 bersama Ari Lasso & Dul Jaelani, Glenn Fredly, P-Project, Rida Sita Dewi, dan 90s Boyband Project yang menampilkan Gamaliel, Petra Sihombing, Rendy Pandugo, dan Teddy Adhitya.

Nostalgia tahun 90an di Festival Mesin Waktu akan semakin seru di Zona Nonton yang akan menayangkan berbagai cuplikan tayangan-tayangan khas 90an mulai dari sinetron, seri TV, video klip, sampai iklan. 

Kerinduan kita bermain mesin ding-dong dan game-game konsol waktu kecil dulu akan terobati di Zona Main Festival Mesin Waktu. Selain game-game elektronik, zona main juga akan menghadirkan kembali permainan-permainan tradisional seru sewaktu kita kecil.

Makanan, minuman, dan jajanan yang sering kita temukan di kantin sekolah akan kembali dihidangkan di Zona Jajan Festival Mesin Waktu. Perjalanan kembali ke tahun 90an akan semakin lengkap dengan kunjungan ke Zona Museum di mana beragam barang sehari-hari yang dulu sering kita gunakan akan terpajang untuk dikenang sebagai memorabilia.

“Sensasi nostalgia dekade 90an di Festival Mesin Waktu akan sangat terasa melalui zona-zona yang akan kami hadirkan,” ujar Sarah Deshita selaku Brand Manager Ismaya Live. “Karena bertepatan dengan Hari Kemerdekaan Indonesia, kami akan mengadakan beragam aktivitas khas 17an yang pastinya akan menambah keseruan Festival Mesin Waktu 2019,” lanjut Sarah.

Tiket Presale 1 Festival Mesin Waktu seharga Rp175,000 yang dijual di http://blib.li/FMW saat ini sudah habis terjual.

"Sebagai sponsor utama festival ini, Blibli.com sangat antusias menanti keseruan yang akan disuguhkan melalui lineup artis ternama di bulan Agustus nanti. Kami harap para pengunjung nantinya bisa mendapatkan pengalaman yang menyenangkan di acara festival yang merupakan kolaborasi Blibli.com, Ismaya Live, dan Generasi 90an ini," ujar Yolanda Nainggolan, Head of Public Relations Blibli.com.

Saat ini tiket Presale 2 seharga Rp250,000 tersedia di www.festivalmesinwaktu.com dan http://blib.li/FMW.

Harga belum termasuk pajak sebesar 10%.

Travis Announced as Headliner by irvan wahyudi

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In a surprise move that is sure to wow ticket-holders, Indonesia’s We The Fest have announced that rock and roll hall-of-famers Travis will be performing at this year’s festival.

Joining the likes of Troye SivanRae Sremmurd and 6LACK, Travis will be showcasing their iconic BRIT-award winning sound for the first time in Indonesia. With a staggering eight albums under their belt and numerous top ten hits, fans can expect to hear anthems such as ‘Sing’ and ‘Why Does It Always Rain On Me?’ ringing out in the Jiexpo Kemayoran come July.

With a staggering lineup of top-flight talent from around the world, and with just a month to go, We The Fest 2019 looks set to be one of the most exciting and musically diverse yet.

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Festival Mesin Waktu 2019 Lineup Announced! by irvan wahyudi

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Let’s go back to the glorious days of the 90s era with your all-time favorite artists at Festival Mesin Waktu on 17 August 2019 at JiExpo Kemayoran, Jakarta! Announcing DEWA19 feat. Ari Lasso & Dul Jaelani, Glenn Fredly, P-Project, RSD, 90’s Boyband Project (Gamaliel, Petra Sihombing, Rendy Pandugo, Teddy Adhitya) as part of #FMW19 lineup!

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Phase 3 of We The Fest 2019 Announced! by irvan wahyudi

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Now with under two months to go and the countdown well and truly on, We The Fest has unveiled an eclectic array of acts that complete this year’s stellar lineup.

Joining the likes of Troye Sivan, Rae Sremmurd and 6LACK, is R&B newcomer and viral sensation Bazzi. Harnessing the power of Snapchat and Vine to carve out his early career, the LA-based songwriter has racked up millions of streams and become one of the most hotly tipped vocal talents around. Ticket holders can look forward to his huge collaboration with Camila Cabelo on ‘Beautiful’, a song which is sure to get the blood pumping and audience singing.

For those more indie inclined, We The Fest has invited all girl quartet Warpaint to Indonesia’s vibrant capital. With a career that has spanned for more than a decade, the band has speer-headed the genre of ‘art-rock’, achieving near legendary status in the process. Their dreamy soundscapes and dulcet tones will undoubtedly have WTF onlookers in a trance from start to finish. Another band flying the flag for indie music, albeit with an electro twist, is Capital Cities,whose bright and catchy songs are set to be a crowd favourite.

Capping off the international headliners is one of Australia’s biggest DJ exports, Nina Las Vegas. Enlisted to keep the party going until close, Nina will be taking revellers on a future bass journey and lighting up the Jiexpo Kemayoran with her unique selections. Joining her behind the decks are Indonesian favourites SoreDipha Barus and instant party starters Fun On A Weekend.

We The Fest has also unveiled a raft of new ‘Beyond The Music’ activations to keep punters entertained when they want to take a break from the music.WTF Post Office, a collaboration with Pos Indonesia, will allow festival goers to send WTF19 special edition postcards via mail with custom made stamps. After writing home, ticket-holders can then sit back and watch a film in the WTF Cinema Club or head to experience an incredible art installation from French visionary Vivien Poly. This combined with a special area for disabled access, Sama Bisa Bisa Sama, make We The Fest 2019 one of the most interesting and progressive festivals in the region.

 Starting today, 2-Day Pass tickets are on sale at the festival's website www.wethefest.com. Priced at Rp1,000,000 each, festival goers can pick two out of the three days of the festival to attend.

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