So many things were happening at the JIExpo, Kemayoran, Jakarta, the venue of Java Jazz Festival 2010 for 3 days in a row! Hundreds of show took place in 21 stages that spread around the big venue. The venue itself was prepared amazingly. It almost looks like a big jazz city, that was the impression we got when we went around every inches of the place to give you reports for 3 days.
Right from the entrance you’d see long queue ready to experience the most spectacular jazz event on earth with their own eyes. There were many interesting spots to take pictures, there were enough lifts to bring you up to the 6th floor, where you could find the media room, the press conference room, some performing stages and merchandise booths.
There were many big stages located on the left and right side of the outside hall. And in the middle you could find the biggest food market selling all kind of foods you could ever imagine. Thousands of people filled the whole areas. And it became quite an attraction for us besides all the amazing artists around the world who performed in each stage.
Many interesting things happening outside the music halls were captured by our photographers, and we believe these pictures would tell more stories of the Java Jazz Festival 2010. That’s why we decided to make this article.
You can also see what’s been going on at the media room as well, the checkpoint spot for us and many other medias. Jazzuality.com crews took the center of the room preparing the news and pictures before they went to reach you, all of our excellent readers. The table was messy with lots of stuffs, some of us did nonstop writings, some kept resizing and tagging the pictures and cooked them all as the reports.
A picture speaks a thousand words, we hope you enjoy these titbits that were taken around the venue. It was an unbelievable festival, and we are very happy to be a part of it. See you next year at Java Jazz Festival 2011!
Mr Peter Gontha and Mr Budiono at one of the merchendise booth
A view of artists’ registration desk at the hotel lobby
Not only the adults, even a little children could enjoy jazz nowadays
Queuing to see the performance of their favorites
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No.. it’s not superman.. it’s the daily schedule they were staring on
The “Golden Men” on the walkline became quite an attraction for many
Editor: Vierna M.K