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The 2023 (3-day!) Sounds Project


Jakarta, IO – The Sounds Project (TSP) will return to Allianz Ecopark, Ancol, Jakarta, on August 11, 12, and 13, 2023. The festival drew tens of thousands of tourists last year and was one of Indonesia’s largest events. The promoter, TSP&Co, expands the festival to be a three-day event to welcome more visitors, as the 2022 event could barely hold the crowds. 

Last year’s TSP was enlivened by Dewa 19, Raisa, and Isyana Sarasvati performing before the excited visitors. One of the largest outdoor venues, Ecopark Ancol, was swarmed with The Sounds Project’s devoted fans, who came from all across Indonesia and other countries. 

According to Gerhana Banyubiru, the festival’s director and promoter, the 2022 TSP was modestly successful. “Perhaps our audience’s euphoria was at a higher state following the pandemic. We are well aware that TSP is growing in popularity among Indonesian concertgoers. To deliver a more captivating festival experience and avoid overcrowding and unwanted occurrences, we, as the organizers, have decided to extend the festival to three days, with additional lineups and other performances,” he convinced. 

The Sounds Project has evolved from a college event in Depok organized by Gerhana in 2015 to an eight-year-consistent festival in Indonesia and is now the biggest festival in Indonesia, with overseas audiences from Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore. Performing nearly hundreds of the best lineups in Indonesia, and international performers every year. 

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Tulus, Noah, JKT48, Lyodra, Mahalini, Ziva Magnolya, and Rizky Febian are among those who have performed. This year, TSP promised to feature The Changcuters, Vierra, Last Child, and Ardhito Pramono as confirmed line-ups. A total of 60 local performers have promised to perform at this year’s TSP, with most of them being popular names with a large fan base. TSP&Co. has announced that it will still wait for other prominent lineups, with well-known international musicians. 

What will this year’s TSP be like? Merrier? Spare your schedule for August 2023, as The Sounds Project is a music industry haven, a music festivity to celebrate and look forward to. (des/ast)


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