Over ten-year existence, DWP transform from a small club event into one of the largest and well-known dance festivals in Asia and beyond.
DWPX held in GWK Cultural Park and the recently completed 396 foot Garuda statue it houses, proceedings started with the Tari Kecak - a traditional Balinese dance that took pride of place in front of the main stage.
With all three days selling out in advance, festival goers came not just from South East Asia and the Asian territory, but from across the globe, with the likes of Austria, Ireland, New Zealand, and Sweden represented alongside the local markets of Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Japan.
The international line up from Whethan, Troyboi, Alesso, Major Lazer Soundsystem, Diplo, Armin Van Buuren, Gorgon City and Jax Jones, Porter Robinson, DJ Snake, Slushii, Claptone, Baauer, Marlo, Orjan Nilsen, Kris Kross Amsterdam, Lost Frequencies, Afrojack and The Weeknd, also local heroes wW, Patricia Schuldtz and Dipha Barus. DWPX and organisers Ismaya Live now lay claim to a historic achievement. Congrats!