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The Sounds Project Vol. 6 – Parade Hujan and Tulus’ urgently-awaited performances


Jakarta, IO – The Sounds Project Vol. 6 Music Festival ran for the whole three days from August 11 to 13, 2023, at the Allianz Ecopark Ancol, North Jakarta, with numerous musicians rocking the stage. 

The Sounds Project Vol. 6 featured 80 national and international musicians. Kahitna, Rizky Febian, Maliq & D’Essentials, JKT48, Raisa, and many more were in the lineup, while international acts Mac Myres, Vacations, and The Black Skirts were performing at the festival. 

The Sounds Project reliably presented a cross-genre music festival on its five stages: The Sounds Project Stage, Authenticity Stage, Arde Stage, Joged Stage, and Musicverse Stage. 

Parade Hujan, formerly known as Payung Teduh, also went on stage to perform a number of their hits. The audience showed extraordinary enthusiasm for Parade Hujan on The Sounds Project’s stage for singing “Untuk Perempuan yang Sedang dalam Pelukan” and their last song, “Akad”. The 2017 hit song really got the audience to stand up and sing along. “Hug your partner for this song, “Akad,” okay?” said the vocalist. 


Tulus was up next, with a huge crowd waiting for him to bring out his hit songs. He started with the song “Remedi,” when the audience came together instantly to join Tulus and sing along. Tulus also received bouquets of flowers from his fans; he replied with delight and promised to read the letters in the flowers. “I’m going to save the flowers and read the letter later, okay?” he promised.

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Tulus then completed his performance by playing big hits “Sewindu” and “Monokrom” and new hits from his new album “Manusia,” including “Interaksi”, “Kelana”, “Jatuh Suka”, “Tujuh Belas”, and “Hati-Hati di Jalan”. 

Tulus sure knew how to rock the festival and keep the audience in place. So now, which musician did you love the most from The Sounds Project Vol. 6? (des/ast)


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