Kridosono Stadium Affected by Strong Winds – After the rain accompanied by strong winds that hit Yogyakarta. Kridosono Stadium was reportedly affected. The stadium, which is located in Kotabaru Village, Gondokusuman District, Yogyakarta City, is known to be the JogjaROCKarta venue, as before.
Even though the walls have collapsed, Kridosono Stadium will still be the location of a music festival that is often awaited by the fans of this rock genre. This was stated by Marketing and Communication JogjaROCKAarta Ovie Ermawati.
“Stay at the Kridosono Stadium according to the initial plan,” Ovie said, contacted by SuaraJogja.id, Friday night.
Just like the location, the concert time will also not be shifted, in accordance with the schedule that has been planned in advance.
Touched about the anticipation of the JogjaROCKarta committee on the potential for rain, Ovie said, it had no problem. It’s just that he hoped, there were no strong winds during the event.
“Hopefully the day of the day will run smoothly, no rain and strong winds like today. Even if the rain drops a little, we think rock music is not a problem, the audience is getting more and more exciting while moshing [action banging the body during a concert] hehe,” explained Ovie.
JogjaROCKarta will be held again in 2020, precisely on Sunday, March 1, starting at 16.00 WIB. After successfully bringing Extreme and Power Trip in the previous year, at JogjaROCKarta 2020, there will be a legendary rock band Scorpions and Whitesnake who are ready to entertain rock music lovers at Kridosono Stadium.
Reported earlier, rain accompanied by strong winds hit most of Yogyakarta. The impact, not only fallen trees, the walls of the Kridosono Stadium and the parking area of the Bethesda Hospital also reportedly collapsed. MenangCeme
This news began to be known to the public after the official account @JogjaUpdate shared a video of the condition of the wall that collapsed on Twitter. Nevertheless, until Friday night around 19:00 IWST, BPBD DIY claimed that they had not received data about the impact on the walls of the Kridosono Stadium after strong winds occurred.
“In the Kridosono Stadium, while there is only information on fallen trees, while in Bethesda, we have not received official information from the hospital, but have heard the news,” said Eko, BPBD DIY officer via telephone