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Judas Priest to Rock Jakarta in December

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The heavy metal band Judas Priest will hold its world tour concert on December 7, at the Ecopark Ancol, Jakarta. The heavy metal lovers can enjoy the performance of the legendary band with affordable ticket prices.

The pre-sale price will be sold at Rp450,000 and the regular price is at Rp650,000. “We only sell one class, the festival. The price is very affordable for rock metal fans,” said Project Director of Judas Priest Live in Concert, Bakkar Wibowo, during a press conference in SCBD area, Tuesday, July 24.

The presale ticket will be available only one day on August 4 starting at 12:00 on www.tiketapasaja.com.  As for the regular ticket, it will be sold starting on August 5 with the normal price of Rp650,000 on channel ticket box Melon.

They will sell 10,000 tickets for the concert. A total of 2,000 tickets will be sold for the presale and 8,000 for regular tickets.

President Director of Melon Indonesia, Dedi Suherman said the ticket sale of Judas Priest Live in Concert will be done online and offline. The online ticket sale can be found on Tiket.com, Kiostix.com, Traveloka.com, Rajakarcis.com, Tiketapasaja.com, Loket.com, GoTix, Blanja.com, Bookmyshow.com and Bukalapak. Meanwhile, the offline ticket will be sold at Alfamart network throughout Indonesia.

DIAN YULIASTRI 

 



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