Jakarta International Java Jazz Festival
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Jakarta International Java Jazz Festival (JJF) is one of the largest jazz festivals in the world and arguably the biggest in the Southern Hemisphere, held in Jakarta, Indonesia. The annual jazz festival is held every early March and was designed to be one of the largest jazz festivals globally. It was held for the first time in 2005, when approximately 125 groups and 1,405 artists performed in 146 shows. The first festival was attended by 47,500 visitors during its three-day stretch. The festival, which is also known as Jakjazz, was founded by Indonesian businessman Peter F. Gontha.
Java Jazz Festival data 2005-2014
|Year||Date||Venue||Theme||International Artist Lineup||Indonesian Artist Lineup||Number of Visitors||Number of Stages|
|2005||March 5–7||Jakarta Convention Center, Senayan||Bringing the World to Indonesia||
|2006||March 4–6||Jakarta Convention Center, Senayan||Bringing the World to Indonesia||
|2007||March 2–4||Jakarta Convention Center, Senayan||Bringing The World Together||
|2008||March 7–9||Jakarta Convention Center, Senayan||Taste the Spirit of Jazz||
|2009||March 6–8||Jakarta Convention Center, Senayan||It's A Festival For All||
|2010||March 5–7||Jakarta International Expo, Kemayoran||Jazzin' Up Remarkable Indonesia||
|2011||March 4–6||Jakarta International Expo, Kemayoran||Harmony Under One Nation in Remarkable Indonesia||
|2012||March 2–4||Jakarta International Expo, Kemayoran||Where Jazz Finds A Home||
|2013||March 1–3||Jakarta International Expo, Kemayoran||Jazz Up The World||
|2014||February 28-March 2||Jakarta International Expo, Kemayoran||Bringing The World to Indonesia||
and more to be confirmed.