Damian Lazarus, Crosstown Rebels announce lineup for Get Lost Miami 2023

The lineup features Major Lazer Sound System, Carl Craig, DJ Tennis, Major League DJz, Pete Tong, Seth Troxler, Dennis Cruz and more

Damian Lazarus, Crosstown Rebels Get Lost Miami 2023
Damian Lazarus, Crosstown Rebels Get Lost Miami 2023

Damian Lazarus is bringing his legendary Crosstown Rebels to Miami for the annual Music Week, unveiling a stellar lineup for Get Lost Miami 2023.

Get Lost Miami by Damian Lazarus, a pillar of the underground and an advocate of the avant-garde is a playground for individuals seeking total sensory detachment. Get Lost is a 24-hour audio trip that pushes even the most ardent partygoers to their limits and puts the Music Week schedule to the test. Get Lost will return to Factory Town in Hialeah this year to welcome over 90 musicians on seven stages as part of a celebration of the pioneering Crosstown Rebels label’s twentieth anniversary. The event will create a chaotic circus atmosphere. Get Lost Miami 2023 tickets are now on sale via DICE.

Get Lost has established itself as one of the most extravagant and avant-garde underground party in the world

For those willing to venture to the extreme reaches of electronic music, the completely immersive Get Lost Experience, which celebrates the weird and unusual, offers the ultimate marathon. Get Lost will welcome ninety-plus electronic music tastemakers, forward-thinking selectors, and live acts for 24 hours of alluring sonic mystery, curated by founder and Crosstown Rebels head Damian Lazarus.

Get Lost 2023 will kick off the pioneering Crosstown Rebels imprint’s twenty-year anniversary season, a fitting commemoration for one of modern dance and techno’s most significant labels. The shapeshifting nature shared by Damian and the label boil down to a relentless passion for new sounds and scenes, and a dedication to underground music that has seen Crosstown remain ever-relevant through countless cycles and fads of club culture.

Over the last 20 years, Lazarus has remained on the forefront of debuting breakthrough artists and emerging sounds via Crosstown Rebels, A&Ring electronic music’s brightest stars such as Jamie Jones, Seth Troxler, Maceo Plex, and Art Department in the label’s early tenure. With Get Lost developing into a globally touring party entity, the innovative Rebel Rave series, and of course Day Zero, which founded and continues to lead the Tulum party scene by example, events have always been at the center of the Crosstown mission.

Get Lost Miami 2023 full lineup including a 4-hour opening session by Lazarus himself

Get Lost’s mysterious 4-hour opening session by Lazarus, DJ Tennis, and DJ Three, the renowned Wizardry trio, will kick off at 12 p.m., and the event’s closing set by the legendary DJ Harvey will take place the day after.

Get Lost will feature a legendary concert by the Crosstown Rebels Allstars, which consists of Damian Lazarus, Seth Troxler, and Art Department ft. Kenny Glasgow & Ali Love, as a fitting commemoration of Crosstown Rebels’ 20th anniversary.

Along with fellow Detroit legends Carl Craig and DJ Holographic, Grammy nominee Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, desert house duo Bedouin, NYC house king Danny Tenaglia, burgeoning Dutch duo ANOTR, worldwide club sensation A-Trak, and one of dance music’s most important tastemakers Pete Tong, Get Lost features an impressive lineup.

Amemé and Major League DJz, who represent Amapiano, will take center stage at Get Lost as the South African sound continues to rule the world. Champions of the genre Major Lazer Soundsystem will join Major League DJZ for a rhythmic b2b set showcasing the subsect’s infectious groove.

Damian Lazarus, Crosstown Rebels lineup for Get Lost Miami 2023
Damian Lazarus, Crosstown Rebels announce lineup for Get Lost Miami 2023

Get Lost alumni Dennis Cruz, Serge Devant, Harry Romero, Yulia Niko, Francesca Lombardo, Goldcap, and Layla Benitez will join the Desert Hearts group, which is represented by co-founders Mikey Lion, Marbs, Lee Reynolds, and Porky.

The mysterious Oceanvs Orientalis and the alternative electronic duo Pale Blue, whose much-awaited debut album will be released on Crosstown later in the year, round out the schedule with perplexing live performances.

In keeping with Lazarus’s penchant for promoting the avant-garde, he has invited a variety of up-and-coming underground stars to Miami, including Chloé Caillet of Paris, Turkish-Italian DJ Carlita, Brooklyn’s Tomas Station and O.bee, Tel Aviv’s Adam Ten and Mita Gami, DJs and producers from Brooklyn’s Crosstown, and Miami’s own Danny Daze.

This year, Get Lost invites Soul in the Horn Queen, Natasha Diggs, and Obama’s personal DJ D-Nice to an exclusive stage for “XXtra Lost” ticket holders, featuring the sounds of soul, funk, and disco. Lazarus will undoubtedly have some special visitors and surprises in store, in typical circus style.