Damian Lazarus Announces Get Lost Mexico City Debut and Lineup
Damian Lazarus, Crosstown Rebels Get Lost Miami 2023
For the past 18 years, Get Lost has been an important event on the global party calendar. It offers a unique trip into the cutting edge of music. Damian Lazarus announced the full lineup for Get Lost Mexico City. The highly anticipated event will make its debut in the capital city of Mexico on March 16th.
Event: Get Lost Mexico City
Date: March 16th, 2024
Location: Mexico City, Mexico
Curated by: Damian Lazarus
International artists: Red Axes, Patrick Mason, Chloé Caillet and more
Local talents: Zombies In Miami, Maria Nocheydia, Balcazar and more
Immersive experience: Three stimulating areas at a special outdoor venue
Tickets: Available for purchase starting February 14th
Get Lost began as a 300-person WMC after-hours party in Miami. Since then, it has grown into a world-famous music project. It has played to sold-out crowds on three continents. Get Lost is known for its fully immersive sensory wonderland and tastemaking approach to lineup selection.
Get Lost Mexico City will immerse guests in three wildly stimulating areas for a 12+ hour extravaganza at a special outdoor venue. The event will create mind-bending moments that build community and peak experiences on the dance floor.
Damian Lazarus’s Get Lost Mexico City will feature international artists and Mexican locals on the lineup
Damian Lazarus will be joined at Mexico City’s Get Lost festival by Patrick Mason from Berlin, Chloé Caillet from Paris, Red Axes from Tel Aviv, and Mëstiza, a flamenco electronica pair.
Damian’s goal is to bring attention to the less well-known and more experimental movement leaders. The lineup includes Lum from Tulum, Tony y Not from Brooklyn, Tibi Dabo from Crosstown, Saraga from Tel Aviv, Cali Lanauze from the Caribbean, Dragana, UK heavyweight Cameron Jack, and Isabella, co-founder of MARICAS.
Crosstown Rebels’ Day Zero was the first international festival in Mexico to have an all-Mexican talent stage. Damian continues his mission to show off talented people in the Mexican and Latin America electronic music scene with a live set from Crosstown veteran Metrika and Guadalajara’s Balcazar, Maria Nocheydia, the synth-driven duo Zombies In Miami, Mayan Warrior’s Rebolledo, rising star Cabizbajo, and Iñigo Vontier, the head of Calypso Records.
From Day Zero to Get Lost
Find Your Way Mexico City comes after the historic Day Zero 2024. The party had three stages set in the mystical jungle of Tulum. Get Lost will also be shown for the first time in two other cities that have not yet been announced, later this year.