For the first time in three years, the infamous Day Zero Masada: Dweller of the Dead Sea returns to Israel this September. Nevertheless, Damian Lazarus’ Day Zero remains an essential marking of time for the electronic music community, a signal of new beginnings and a party that connects the physical and spiritual realms.
Touching down at the historic mountain of Masada and the lowest part of the world on September 16, 2022, the lineup features renowned DJs and producers from around the globe. Italian techno star Anfisah Letyago, New York house legend Danny Tenaglia, completing the star-studded bill is Sasha, DJ Tennis, Art Department, Chloe Caillet, Day Zero founder Damian Lazarus and Israeli artists including Adam Ten, and leader of Tel Aviv-based techno collective Dov Gummy.
I recently returned from my Birthright trip, and it was one of my favorite destinations throughout the entire journey. Here’s a brief history lesson about the Masada. It’s an ancient fortress in the Southern Israel of the Judean. It was built in 30 B.C and was known as the first temple. It sprawls over three rock formations and overlooks the vast breathtaking scenery of the Dead Sea. There are seven-hundred steps to walk the path to King Herod's Palace. However, the cable car, established in 1998, takes tourists to the ancient ruins on a fun ride. The frequencies of the world’s best electronic music echo through canyons carved over millennia, a sacred pilgrimage first set forth by Canaanites, Reubens, Gads, and many others. The 2022 Day Zero Masada will leave party people remains one of global rave’s most breathtaking experiences.
Day Zero first emerged from the luscious jungles of Tulum in 2012 and from there, it has become a humble gathering into one of the world’s celebrated festivals. The event brings innovative and creative ideas to the dancefloor. Damian Lazarus knows how to connect the music with the person throughout his euphoric sets. Together with the Tripping Productions team, it continues to push boundaries in technology, decorations, and artistry. Furthermore, attendees can count on the ability to experience elaborate performances from the Day Zero circus team, art installations, desert sculptures, and surprises at every turn. next chapter to the desert sands, Bedouin tribes, and ancient cultures in the Dead Sea region.