A staple of the underground and champion of the avant garde, Damian Lazarus’ Get Lost Miami serves as a playground for those in pursuit of full sensory immersion. A 24 hour long journey in sound, Get Lost tests the limits of even the most hardcore party people and challenges the ever commercialized Music Week programming.
Damian Lazarus, Crosstown Rebels, and Link Miami Rebels are proud to announce the lineup for Get Lost Miami, a 24-hour takeover of Factory Town in Hialeah, kicking off on March 25, 2023. The event serves as the opening of the 20-year celebration season of Crosstown Rebels and marks two decades of groundbreaking achievements in contemporary house and techno music.
Get Lost Miami is a fully immersive experience that provides the ultimate marathon for electronic music lovers. The event will host over 90 artists, including Major Lazer Sound System, Carl Craig, DJ Tennis, Major League DJz, Pete Tong, Seth Troxler, Dennis Cruz, Bedouin, Art Department, A-Trak, Skream, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Danny Tenaglia, Pale Blue, DJ Holographic, ANOTR, Carlita, Chloé Caillet, and more.
The event will start at 12 PM with a 4-hour set from Damian Lazarus, DJ Tennis, and DJ Three and close the following day with a 4-hour set from legendary DJ Harvey. To celebrate Crosstown Rebels’ 20th anniversary, Get Lost will host a legendary set from Crosstown Rebels Allstars, composed of Damian Lazarus, Seth Troxler, Art Department ft Kenny Glasgow & Ali Love.
Get Lost Miami will feature a diverse range of artists, including Amapiano flag bearers Major League DJz and Major Lazer Soundsystem, the Desert Hearts crew, rising stars like Chloé Caillet, Carlita, and Airrica, and exclusive performances from Obama’s personal DJ D-Nice, Soul in the Horn Queen, and Natasha Diggs.
In line with Damian Lazarus’ support for the avant-garde, the event will feature a range of rising underground stars and will have some unannounced special guests and surprises in store. Get Lost Miami is a 24-hour journey in sound that will challenge even the most hardcore partygoers and push the limits of commercialized Music Week programming. Don’t miss out on this one-of-a-kind event and join us in celebrating 20 years of Crosstown Rebels.