A convergence of mysticism, music, natural wonder and apocalyptic sentiment spawned Day Zero on the final day of the Ancient Mayan Calendar in 2012. In its subsequent chapters it has evolved, awakening a community of curious thrill seekers and adventurers from all four corners of the globe, pulled to the Mayan jungles surrounding Tulum to celebrate the magic of one of the world’s singular events, soundtracked by some of its most exciting artists.
Day Zero has come to reflect the seamless ebb and flow of its jungle habitat, a sacred space where the sonic tools of the ancient world meet that of the new. As the event takes in sunrises and sunsets and deep late moments, one can’t help but feel the venue’s profound energy spilling forth from its caves, cenotes, and naturally formed amphitheater. It is the unparalleled vibe of this unique location, paired with musical curation by Damian Lazarus, that has created a unique infusion from which the world’s best electronic music can be properly experienced in mind, body and spirit.
It has fostered a means for introspection through a reimagination of modern-rave and a chance for its unique community to reconnect and reawaken for the year to come. Since 2019 the event now travels to the deserts of Israel and Day Zero Masada for a party on an epic scale - the vibrations are extending worldwide.
Get Lost is a musical odyssey that draws followers of underground electronic music from all four corners of the globe to the dancefloors of Miami, New York and Barcelona.
The party often runs for marathon 24 hour sessions and across several distinct environments, featuring immersive art installations, performances, and secret spaces to explore. From smoke filled nightclubs to expansive courtyards and intimate outdoor stages, Get Lost is an experience to lose yourself in, with surprises spread from sunrise to sunset beneath the moon and stars.
Photo Credits: Juliana Bernstein, Get Tiny Photography; Julian Cassady Photography; Khris Cowley, Here & Now Photography