Came to GAD 2013 Jakarta last Saturday night.
Let’s see what I got there.
Club 8 and One Republic performed first and second until 11 pm more or less.
Ryan Tedder really “conquered” the stage that night.
Finally, the last show is Mew, which I have waited for so long to see them live!
Yes I was in the front row. Lucky, eh?
Despite the fact that my most favorite song, Repeaterbeater, was not in their set list.
That’s how I felt that night for finally seeing Mew live performance, after I missed their previous three shows here in Indonesia.
Really really looking forward to watch you all, Jonas Bjerre – Bo Madsen – Silas Jorgensen, AGAIN.
(sorry for too much image noise in my photos, blame it to iPhone, haha)
So here is Claire Boucher a.k.a Grimes!
The concert itself was just a day before her birthday.
Successfully reached the venue JUST IN TIME after 4-freaking-hours journey from Bandung.
But it was worth it.
Highlighted songs that made goose bump on me: Vanessa and Be a Body.
Such a pleasure to see them played live!
Actually, it is just too short for a concert, with only 8 songs in less than an hour.
Still great though.
Sadly, I failed to have a meet & greet opportunity with her.
Better luck next time then.
(sorry for the camera phone image quality. D’oh wish I had a photographer pass)
So here is Jak-Japan Matsuri 2012.
Where Indonesians especially Jakarta people meets Japanese, to dance, sing, laugh, and have fun together.
Soya! Soya! Soya!
You could see many cosplayers walked around.
…..and CLICK! CLICK! CLICK!
The weather was getting hotter and I wanted to find my way to exit gate.
It was midweek madness, but hey we had Foster the People live in concert!
Too bad I couldn’t bring my D90 and I could only bring my Lumix.
Also, I wasn’t in the front row in the festival section, yeah so I can say the image quality is not good enough but still acceptable.
Oh I wish I got the all-access-ID to capture the show’s best angle!
1,5 hours. 13 songs.
Miss You, Pumped Up Kicks (of course!) as an ending, and….
Broken Jaw! Really, I had goosebumps.
Not because I responded to cold or fear, but I was super-excited.
For an opening tour of this year, you did great job!
Thank you, Foster The People!