Darshan started the press conference by explaining about the festival itself, emphasized about the international and local line-up that made Generation-G excited. Christian also added about the stages in the festival, Frozen Empire Stage for outdoor and Urban Shinjuku Stage for indoor. The Urban Shinjuku Stage itself dedicated to Trance act. For line-up selection, they considered the fan base and the music trends in Indonesia. The dedicated stage for Trance because in Indonesia the genre itself thriving and gained big support from the fans.
Areas that caught our attention are MAGGERLAND and FUJI GARDEN. Maggerland is an area where Generation-G can relax and take a break from intense dance. The word was inspired from Indonesian slang words MAGER or Malas Gerak, meaning too lazy to move. This area located at Urban Shinjuku Area.
Baskaries Ibrata and Arifin Wibowo from Generation-G explained that their support to SHVR Ground Festival 2017 is their response to the enthusiasm for dance music festival in Indonesia. That’s why Generation-G agreed to be sponsor for the festival.
Prior to SHVR Ground Festival 2017, there are series of roadshow in several cities in Indonesia to bring the experience closer to Generation-G outside Jakarta. One of the purpose for the roadshow is to support local talent all over Indonesia.
The festival will provide wish list, which DJ that Generation-G want to see. Not only that, the festival will have drone show, the first ever in Indonesia.
Have you grab the ticket yet? The tickets are available in these classes:
- Early Entry (entry before 1900 WIB) IDR 475,000
- GA – Normal IDR 700,000
- VIP IDR 1,300,000
- GA at doors IDR 1,000,000
Get ready to experiencing Japan’s atmosphere at the SHVR Ground Festival 2017!