We The Fest 2023

This most-awaited music festival stands out than the rest for numerous reasons. The first is the festival organiser’s professionality. WTF keeps on getting bigger, and manages to be always well-organised. Even after the cancellation of its 2021 edition due to the pandemic, the festival had returned to much expectations, and managed to keeping the tradition of bringing outstanding international artists.

Seemingly trying to redeem the sombre last two years, the early announcement for this year’s line-up is mindblowing, from local idols such as Kunto Aji and Yura Yunita, to musical legends of the 00s like Project Pop and Rock N Roll Mafia. WTF has lived up to its acronym namesake, announcing what is probably the biggest names in their line-up so far. 

The 1975 will return since performing for the first time in 2016, while Lewis Capaldi will finally grace the stage after the cancelled 2021 event. The cherry on top of the festival is garage rock revolution heroes, The Strokes, that will surely make the crowd go crazy. This year’s festival will be back from 21 to 23 July 2023 at Gelora Bung Karno Sports Complex Senayan.

Asia Dreams Volume 47

We The Fest 2023