Jakarta has something special for jazz lovers this February, as Jakarta International Java Jazz Festival (JFF) is happening again in town! This is probably one of the largest jazz festivals in the world and the biggest in the Southern Hemisphere.
So, have you got your tickets yet? If you want to know more first before going, read through this piece because we’ll give you some essential information including line up, schedule, and where to buy the tickets.
The annual Java Jazz Festival is held on 28 February – 1 March 2020, so you still have time to get your pass. The festival will be taking place at JIExpo Kemayoran, Jakarta.
This year, the Java Jazz Festival is going with a theme of Redeem Yourself Through Music, which comes from a thought that many things happen in life, be it good or bad. Even so, humans need something to get away from the chaotic world and it could be music.
Therefore this festival theme is being brought to you in the hope that music will unite everyone and enjoy the time in a perfect place to redeem themselves.
The festival hosts more than 1,000 Jazz players from both Indonesia and other countries worldwide. Wanna see The Jacksons? Is Marcell your favorite? Or probably you’re ready for Young Gun Silver Fox? Check the full line up here.
There’ll be a high number of visitors coming to this popular Jazz festival throughout the three days so make sure you also know when your favorite artist is going to heat up the stage.
Buy your ticket to Java Jazz Festival 2020 before it’s too late! There are several categories that you can choose; three day pass, daily pass, or special pass show for The Jacksons and Omar Apollo. The price is ranging from 250,000 IDR to 1,875,000 IDR. Get your pass to Java Jazz Festival 2020 only on tiket.com!
How to Reach There
Getting to the festival ground is easy. If you’re already in Jakarta, you can take various public transportation to JIExpo Kemayoran or simply taxi to ease you. If you’re coming from other cities across Indonesia or other parts of the world, take a flight to Jakarta (Soekarno Hatta International Airport) and you’re all set. There are many buses that can take you to Kemayoran as well.
Have Fun in Jakarta!
Don’t forget to check and book your accommodation in Jakarta in advance. There’ll be a high demand for hotels around the festival days. After the festival, you can try to visit these fun destinations under 100,000 IDR in Jakarta. Let’s create a very enjoyable and affordable experience!