Starting off as the biggest indie festival in Indonesia, Music Gallery has now grown to be the biggest international indie music festival in the country. Want to know the rest?
In total, The 6th Music Gallery will showcase 17 local and international musicians on its two stages; the main stage and the intimate stage. The list goes on and on.
This year, The 6th Music Gallery, presents “Paint Your Atmosphere” as its theme to encourage audience and performers to design, paint and discover their own atmosphere.
We believe that every individual has their own way of enjoying a music festival, we see The 6th Music Gallery as a clean canvas on which everyone is free to “paint” on.
Heading on the road from Brisbane, Australia to The 6th Music Gallery is LAST DINOSAURS!
Delivering the band's pop sensibilities with youthful vigor and endearing eccentricity,
their new album, "Wellness" will spoil you with the band's most distinguished and proud body of work. Having scored heavy rotation on Triple J and a Top 10 spot on the ARIA charts with their 2012 breakthrough album In A Million Years, the band then toured extensively throughout Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia for three years. They accumulated a wealth of knowledge and memories locked away in their mental vaults, before stepping back into the studio to record their sophomore effort Wellness.
Winning hearts with their trademark "electronic power ballads" to the 6th Music Gallery stage are PANAMA.
Marrying the timeless power of a good song with an eye to the future, Panama are winning hearts with their trademark “electronic power ballads”.
To support their debut Northern Hemisphere tour, the band released ‘Stay Forever’ a powerfully emotive summer pop release which evokes feelings of balmy, care-free night drives, flanked by an emotional piano-heavy intro and trademark Panama crescendos.
Kuningan City Ballroom, Jakarta
We are sorry, online purchasing is already closed.
But don't worry, you can still buy the tickets in the venue.
Buy it at 3rd floor at Kuningan City, near Imperial Kitchen.
Rp. 110,000 SOLD OUT!
On The Spot: Rp. 150,000