The techno fest is make its Israeli debut on September 27th and will last 18 hours straight.
Israel just keeps drawing in international music festival, and this time we’re talking about the mexican based “Day Zero” festival. The 18 hour event will begin on September 27th and will feature some of the genre’s most prominent artists. For a wonderfully unique location, the organizers of the festival brought it to the dead sea of all places.
The festival will be spearheaded by the internationally acclaimed DJ Damian Lazarus. Alongside him, you can expect to see Jamie Jones, Paradise, DC-10, Bedouin, Gorgon City and Monolink Live, who will be coming to the festival right after his huge show in Burning Man festival in Nevada.
The official name of the festival will be: Day Zero Massada: Dwellers of the Dead Sea, and will revolve around eco-awareness and getting reconnected to nature. Organizers of the festival said they were excited about the connection between the powerful music, the incredible energy of the audience and the majestic mountains of the Dead Sea area – a combination that’s going to be very powerful, and make the Israeli event even more memorable than ever.
The Day Zero festival is considered to be one of the biggest productions in the world, where every one of the performers get to create their own mind blowing show, with cutting edge technology, amazing sound and impressive stage design. Other than the music stages, audience members will be able to enjoy various art installations, lectures, a chill-out zone, and a massage area. Food will be available for purchase, albeit vegetarian and vegan options only.
If you’re in Israel on vacation and would like to attend the festival, there will be packages available, which combine tickets with hotels and shuttle rides to the event and back, so you don’t have to rent a car and worry about a place to sleep at night. These combined tickets will include one night at a 5 star hotel, 10 minutes from the festival, breakfast and dinner, and free shuttles (that will go back and forth throughout the event).
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