Damian Lazarus and Crosstown Rebels Announce Lineup for Get Lost Mexico City Debut

For the last 18 years, Get Lost has served as a pilgrimage for electronic fans on the global party calendar, providing partygoers with an irreplicable journey into the avant-garde.

Now, Damian Lazarus has announced the full lineup for Get Lost Mexico City, making its highly anticipated debut in the Mexican capital on Saturday, March 16th.

Spawned as a 300 person, WMC after-hours party in Miami, Get Lost has since expanded into a globally renowned music project, spreading to three continents and selling out 10,000 capacity venues.

Get Lost‘s fully immersive sensory wonderland and taste-making approach to lineup curation has established itself as a global beacon for forward-thinking attendees in search of the unconventional.

Get Lost Mexico City 2024 lineup

Fostering mind bending moments that create community and peak experiences on the dance floor, Get Lost Mexico City will immerse attendees in three wildly stimulating areas for a 12+ hour extravaganza at a special open-air venue.

With a pioneering approach to lineup curation, Damian Lazarus will be joined at Mexico City’s marathon Get Lost experience by Berlin’s infectious Patrick Mason, Parisian icon Chloé Caillet, Tel Aviv multi-instrumentalist duo Red Axes, and flamenco electronica duo Mëstiza.

As a continuation of Damian’s dedication to shining a light on the lesser known and avant-garde movement leaders, the stacked billing continues with Tulum staple Lum, Brooklyn’s Tony y Not, Crosstown kin Tibi Dabo, Tel Aviv’s Saraga, Caribbean inspired Cali Lanauze, Dragana, UK heavyweight Cameron Jack and MARICAS co-founder Isabella.

After Crosstown RebelsDay Zero became the first international festival in Mexico to host an all-Mexican talent stage, Damian continues his mission to showcase talent from the Mexican electronic community with Calypso Records head Iñigo Vontier, Mexico City staple Maria Nocheydia, synth-driven duo Zombies In Miami, Mayan Warrior’s Rebolledo, rising star Cabizbajo, and a live performance from Crosstown veteran Metrika and Guadalajara’s Balcazar.

Get Lost Mexico City follows the momentous Day Zero 2024, which featured three stages nestled into the transcendental jungle of Tulum for its best edition yet. In addition to Mexico City, Get Lost will make its debut in two additional TBA locations later this year.

Tickets for Get Lost Mexico City will go on sale Wednesday, February 14th.