Jazz Goes to Campus
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Frequently Asked Questions
It’s best to arrive as early as possible to the festival so you can experience everything! Aside from enjoying the music, you can check out our booths filled with goodies and challenges where you can win prizes. Gate opens at 12.00 pm.
Set times will be announced a few days before the day of the festival. Stay tuned!
List of prohibited items will be released a few days before the day of the festival.
Yes, you may re-enter the festival area as long as you have your wristband/ticket. But everything is basically provided inside the venue. So, there is no reason for you to go out from the festival, unless of an emergency.
You can't bring food inside the festival area. But you can indulge yourself in our huge array of bazaars filled with various food and beverages to suit your tastes.
The festival will take place at Faculty of Economics and Business Universitas Indonesia Campus Ground, Depok.
JGTC 2018 SITEPLAN
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USING JAKARTA COMMUTER LINE TRAIN
The nearest train station is Stasiun Universitas Indonesia on the Bogor – Jakarta Kota or the Bogor - Jatinegara line. From the station, you can walk to reach the venue.
USING TRANSJAKARTA BUS
The nearest Transjakarta Bus Stop is Universitas Indonesia on Corridor 4B (Manggarai – Universitas Indonesia). From the Bus Stop, you can walk to reach the venue.
Don't Miss Out
JGTC 2018 Pre-Event Schedule
JGTC OPENING AND PRESS CONFERENCE
JGTC COMPETITION QUALIFICATION
JGTC GATHERING AND CHARITY NIGHT
JGTC COMMUNITY NIGHT
JGTC COMPETITION FINAL
Here's Our Story
Jazz Goes to Campus
JGTC Fun Fact
The initial idea of Jazz Goes To Campus (JGTC) was founded by Candra Darusman and his friends in 1976, who at that time were still a student at FEUI. Incidentally, jazz music was in demand by the public and students. Originally, JGTC was first held at the UI Salemba Campus MIPA Park, Jakarta, with makeshift facilities. Their goal at that time was very simple, "Bringing Jazz to Campus", especially because Jazz was an expensive music at the time, which was only available in luxury hotels and cafes. But now, JGTC has developed into a series of events for one month with the highlight JGTC Festival held in the campus area of FEUI Depok on four stages and supported by various performers, both local and international. Jazz Goes To Campus will continue its commitment as a platform to further develop the Indonesian jazz scenery.