The international electronic music festival is set to be a full weekend event in Eilat, and promises to be bigger and better than ever before!
If you’re in Israel anywhere between August 29th and 31st, you might want to get yourself on a flight to Eilat. Life in Color, one of the biggest electronic music festivals in the world, is coming back to Israel.
This year, the team of local producers welcomed Israeli singer Omer Adam to their ranks, making this his producing debut. In an attempt to be bigger than ever, the festival will begin on Thursday (8/29) at 23:00, and will rock on until 4:00 on Saturday.
The location for the weekend-long festival in “Hahava” (The Ranch), a location suitable for about 12,000 people. There will be two main stages.
One stage will host some of the most well known EDM stars, like TEAMWROX, VINI VICI, COONE and R3HAB, and will feature
Life in Color’s signature lion’s head statue (about 15 feet tall).
The other stage will feature famous techno artists, such as RED AXES, LEHAR and RAY HAREL.
The two stages will be divided by a fast food area.
On Friday at 16:00, the festival will officially transform into a giant after party on the beach.
Tickets including hotel rooms are going to cost between 900 and 1400 NIS per person, and festival-only tickets will cost 350 NIS, or 250 NIS for Thursday alone.
Omer Adam, one of Israel’s most well-known and loved singers, joined the production team out of pure love for EDM and techno music. “After traveling to many countries, and going to a-lot of parties, festival and adventures, I thought it’s time to bring something special to Israel”, He said. “We are preparing an exciting, unforgettable experience for all of you. See you in Eilat”.
Life in Color Festival was created by 4 students from Florida, that combined electronic music with color parties. The festival quickly became a worldwide success and spread to dozens of countries.
Over the years, the festival’s hosted some of the world’s best DJs.
After some great years over at Ibiza and Mexico, the festival is coming to Israel for the next three consecutive years!