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Judas Priest Set to Rock Allianz Ecopark, Ancol
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Judas Priest Set to Rock Allianz Ecopark, Ancol

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - British legendary heavy metal band Judas Priest has landed in Jakarta on Wednesday and is set to perform at the Allianz Ecopark, Ancol, in North Jakarta, today, Friday, December 7. 

This is the first visit ever made to the country by the band, which is on its world tour titled “Judas Priest Live in Concert 2018”. Promoter Rajawali Indonesia Communication said the concert would be a rare event anyone should not miss on. 

Read: Judas Priest Invites Jokowi to Concert 

“This is the first time for Judas Priest to greet its Indonesian fans in person. This can be seen as a rare moment where the metal god of heavy metal will also perform its latest 'Firepower' album,” said Anas Syahrul Alimi, the CEO of Rajawali Indonesia Communication, on Thursday. 

He said bringing Judas Priest to the country was not an easy task, and that his team had worked tirelessly to realize it. He added the promoter was also glad it could meet the requests the band made. 

 

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