Damian Lazarus Announces Dates for Return of Day Zero Masada: Dwellers of the Dead Sea
Damian Lazarus’ Day Zero is going to share new beginnings with us and mark the love of electronic music through the physical and spiritual realms.
This party was originally founded in the jungles of Tulum in 2012 but since then, the event has grown from a humble gathering into one of the world’s most celebrated festivals. No matter which sacred grounds it inhabits, Day Zero brings forth earth-shattering music curation combined with industry-leading production. As a result? We create a phenomenal environment for the dancefloor! From the ancient Mayan civilizations, the elite experience-crafters now focus on the Bedouin tribes and nomadic peoples of all creeds and cultures that have crossed the Dead Sea region.
And now, we’re ready for the next big adventure! This time, Damian and his dedicated team celebrate the return of Day Zero Masada: Dweller of the Dead Sea, touching down at the historic mountain of Masada and lowest part of the world on September 16, 2022. The event has been known since its 2019 launch as a gathering as deep and otherworldly as the land on which it is hosted, revelers will be guided through a hero’s journey from sundown to sunrise amidst the great expanse of the Dead Sea. This will be an event for the ages because the world’s best electronic music will echo through the canyons that have been around for over millennia. 15,000 people came for the first edition of this festival when Damian played a reworked version of Bill Withers, “Lovely Day,” as the sun came up, the desert went into a mass of joyful madness.
This is one location that has been the site of many historical events. The Mountain of Masada is one of Israel’s most treasured locations in addition to being a UNESCO World Heritage Site, that sits on the shores of the Dead Sea and traces its origins to 30BC. You will spend your time dancing as the sun rises over the Jordanian Mountains with the world’s best party people remains one of global rave’s most breathtaking experiences.
Since this land is considered sacred, Damian Lazarus and his team are working hard to protect the sacred lands. The festival will implement a leave no trace policy for attendees, offset their carbon emissions, and produce a sustainable event. There will be a heavy emphasis on recycling and biodegradable materials. The last event was the first plastic-free music event and the team’s plans to continue this wonderful tradition in 2022! In addition to all of this, attendees can spend their time reveling in the stunning performances of the circus team as well as art installations, desert sculptures, and surprises at every turn.
Despite its global expansion and renowned pedigree, Day Zero’s ethos has been to create peak experiences at amazing and historical locales. Lazarus knows that harnessing the connection between ancient and modern worlds is crucial for understanding our history and the next chapter. Together with the Tripping Productions team, Day Zero will continue to raise the bar as it synthesizes nature, artistry, and technology in new and innovative ways.
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