Next Tuesday ‘Road To Now Playing Festival 2023’, with top bands Weezer, Noah, Fourtwnty and The Adams will rock Peninsula Island, Nusa Dua, Bali.
The Now Playing Festival is scheduled to return to Bandung in 2023. In the lead up to the main event next year, the ‘Road to Now Playing Festival 2023’ is set to come to life on 29th November 2022 with performances from American Rock band, Weezer, and Indonesian top bands including Noah, Fourtwnty, and The Adams.
The Project Manager of Road to Now Playing Festival 2023, Jenny Steffany told The Beat, “We chose Peninsula Island for Road to Now Playing Festival because the island location is so exciting and creates a great atmosphere. It is one of the premier live music locations right now on the island. It’s the perfect spot for us before heading to our main event in Bandung. In 2023 we will present several different types of music festivals in one, with more variety of music, bigger and more memorable than before. The event will be held for two weeks and national and international musicians will perform.”
Now Playing Festival is an annual music festival which has been held in Bandung since 2019. It was the biggest music festival in Bandung then, inviting 14 bands who performed on two stages with 23,000 visitors. In June 2022, the Now Playing Festival returned after the pandemic for three days, this time with 33 bands on two stages. It brought together various genres of music with 90,000 attendees.
Peninsula Island, is one of the two famed small islands just off Nusa Dua beach with a total area of five hectares. Prior to the pandemic, the open space had already become a venue often used for sporting and music events.
Road to Now Playing Festival 2023 tickets are on sale now from IDR 300,000 to IDR 1,100,000.
Doors open 2pm. See you there!
Further information stated on their Instagram page @nowplayingfest.