The Day Zero Tulum lineup is now here. Damian Lazarus, one of the most innovative artists in modern house and techno, is also the music industry mastermind behind Day Zero Tulum. The Crosstown Rebels record label boss, who also leads Rebel Rave and Get Lost, announced the Day Zero Tulum lineup to the fans. This lineup will turn up the beats (and the heat) on January 12, 2024.
It is surely going to be the perfect tropical kick-start to 2024, especially within the mysterious yet beautiful jungles of Tulum. One of the anticipated moments for Day Zero Tulum is that South African star Black Coffee will play an exclusive b2b set with Damian Lazarus himself during the festival’s sunrise. That b2b set will later conclude in perfect, memorable style.
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Day Zero Tulum lineup will start off 2024 perfectly
The festival will commence with a ceremony by Sidartha Siliceo, the most-famous classical Indian music artist from Latin America. After the vibrant ceremony, that is when Day Zero Tulum will officially get off the ground. Notable headliners joining Black Coffee and Damian Lazarus are DJ Tennis, Seth Troxler, Acid Pauli, Skream and Dennis Cruz. Aside from other international artists who will enhance the stages of Day Zero Tulum, there will also be a special stage for amazing Mexican artists. The ‘El Teatro’ stage is that stage where fans from around the world can see Mexican stars in the genres of house and techno such as Métrika, Mystery Affair, Mandrake, Kalexis Nocheydia, Sooscaveman, Cabizbajo, and Shiro Schwarz.
Pre-register for festival passes
The festival is also definitely going to be a mix of the modern and ancient worlds. Festival attendees dancing to upbeat, euphoric electronic music while Mayan rituals and monuments surround them with good vibes. For anyone who wants to attend Day Zero Tulum, click on this link to pre-register for festival pass (the general onsale will arrive on August 29th). Check out the lineup poster below to see the stars who will exhilarate the attendees at Day Zero Tulum.