Damian Lazarus is bringing Day Zero to the Dead Sea
The ultimate sensory experience in an ancient fortification
Earlier this year, Damian Lazarus once again descended upon the Mexican jungle in Tulum to host his immersive, unforgettable experience with Day Zero festival. With stunning production and an unrivaled line-up including headliners such as Black Coffee, Four Tet, Bedouin and Blond:ish, this year's event took place to rave reviews and continues to be hailed as one of the most immersive electronic music experiences in clubland today.
On September 27 of this year, a new edition of Day Zero will set up its second home near the ancient fortification of the Masada in the Judaean Desert. Located next to the Dead Sea, this historically rich area that has connected civilizations across Israeli and Jordanian lands for centuries.
Produced in conjunction with Craituras and Tripping Productions, Day Zero Masada: Dwellers of the Dead Sea will bring together people from all over the world in a magical celebration of music and culture right next to the biblical ruins of Sodom and Gomorrah.
Revelers will dance from sunset to sunrise in a mystical landscape, to the soundtrack of a thoughtfully curated line-up of some of the world’s best electronic artists chosen by Lazarus himself.
Tickets and more information can be found here.
Elsa Lee is an Editorial Intern at Mixmag. Follow her on Twitter
[Photo: Karim Tabar]
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